Kevin Knotts


Kevin Knotts is an Assistant Professor in the Management and Health Care Administration Department at the Lewis College of Business. He teaches topics such as human resource management, negotiations, and related topics in management. His research investigates individual motivation, specifically through the use of self-leadership strategies to better accomplish tasks and goals. Kevin’s scholarly work has been published in a variety of academic journals, including the Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal.

PhD, West Virginia University, 2018
MBA, West Virginia University, 2013
BAS, Potomac State College, 2012
MGT 422: Organizational Behavior
MGT 428: Negotiations
MGT 620: Human Resource Management
Carnes, A. M., Knotts, K., Munyon, T., Heames, J., & Houghton, J. (in press). Think fast: The role of thin slices of behavior in employee selection decisions. International Journal of Selection and Assessment.
Volunteer at Annual Conference, Southern Management Association, November 2018
Reviewer for Textbook Proposal, Sage Publications, September 2018 to October 2018
Volunteer at Annual Conference, Southern Management Association, October 2017