Diane McNulty

Clinical Professor - Management
Associate Dean - External Affairs
dmcnulty@utdallas.edu
972-883-4489
SOM4619
UTD Webpage
Tags: Organizations, Strategy and International Management

Professional Preparation

Ph.D. - Management Science
University of Texas at Dallas - 1984
M.S. - Management and Administrative Sciences
University of Texas at Dallas - 1978
B.B.A. - Business Administration
Southern Methodist University - 1971

Research Areas

Research Interests
  • March 2002, Washington D.C., AACSB Public Relations Conference
  • July 2000 - Paper presented at EGOS Colloquium (European Group on Organizational Studies), Helsinki, Finland. "Undermining the American Shareholder Rights Movement: The Reassertion of Managerial Hegemony," Richard Harrison PhD., Diane McNulty PhD. and Maria Hosenleutal
  • "Essential Partnerships for the 21st Century," PHILANTHROPY Magazine, Vol. 3-Issue 2, April-May 1998
  • Curriculum Development:
    • Ethics in International Business, Master's course
    • "UTD Executive Seminar on Power and Policy Making in Texas" co-authored with Anthony Champagne
    • MBA 2000--course on Social and Political Environment of Business, "How Washington Works"
    • MBA curriculum--Seminar on Modern Corporations
  • Paper: "Private Sector Responses to Investment Rules: Evidence on U.S. Investors in APEC Region." Stephen Guisinger PhD. and Diane S. McNulty PhD.; presented at Trade Policy Forum of the Pacific Economic Cooperation Conference, Taipei, Taiwan, April 1995. Published in Pacific Economic Cooperation Council's Priority Issues in Trade and Investment Liberalization: Implications for the Asia Pacific Region, 1996
  • Paper: "Keeping Score on the Institutional Investor Movement," by Richard Harrison PhD., Debjani Biswas, Rohini Dey and Diane McNulty PhD., presented at Academy of Management, 1994
  • "Taking a Trip Through the Inner Workings of U.S. Congress with the Lobbyist," 1993, The Dallas Business Journal
  • Briefing on Ethics Teaching Tools, "Business Ethics Coordinator," 1993
  • Research project for Dallas Women's Forum: "Study of Women in Executive Positions-Dallas," 1996

Publications

School Advisory Council Adds Two New Members, Diane McNulty, Management, The University of Texas at Dallas, Vol. 4 No. 2, Spring 2001. 2001 - Publication
Celebrating an Anniversary: Half a Decade, Diane McNulty, Management, The University of Texas at Dallas, Vol. 5 No. 1, Autumn 2001. 2001 - Publication
Defining Success... in Thr School of Management and Advisory Council Updates, Diane McNulty, Management, The University of Texas at Dallas, Vol. 2 No. 2, Spring 2000. 2000 - Publication
Putting Our Best Fir Foward and Advisory Council Updates, Diane McNulty, Management, The University of Texas at Dallas, Vol. 4 No. 1, Autumn 2000. 2000 - Publication
Council Gains Members With Diverse Expertise, Diane McNulty, MANAGEMENT, School of Management, The University of Texas at Dallas, Vol. 3 No. 1, Autumn 1999. 1999 - Publication
Going Where Change is Happening, Diane McNulty, MANAGEMENT, School of Management, The University of Texas at Dallas, Vol. 3 No. 1, Autumn 1999. 1999 - Publication
Intellectual Property, Diane McNulty, MANAGEMENT, School of Management, The University of Texas at Dallas, Vol. 1 No. 2, Spring 1998. 1998 - Publication
State Officials and EDS President Lead Cohort Discussions, Diane McNulty, column in MANAGEMENT, School of Management, The University of Texas at Dallas, Vol. 2 No. 1, Autumn 1998. 1998 - Publication
Essential Partnerships for the 21st Century, Diane McNulty, PHILANTHROPY magazine, Vol. 3 No. 2. 1998 - Publication
Essential Partnerships for the 21st Century, Diane McNulty, MANAGEMENT, School of Management, The University of Texas at Dallas, Vol. 1 No. 1, Autumn 1997. 1997 - Publication

Appointments

Associate Dean/College Master
University of Texas at Dallas [1994–1996]
Assistant Dean/College Master
University of Texas at Dallas [1992–1994]
Assistant to the Dean
University of Texas at Dallas [1991–1992]
Senior Lecturer
University of Texas at Dallas [1987–1991]

Additional Information

Professional Experience:
  • Associate Dean/College Master - University of Texas at Dallas. September 1994-June 1996. Responsible for Student Affairs and Academic advising/program coordination at both Graduate and Undergraduate level
  • Assistant Dean/College Master - University of Texas at Dallas. January 1992 - August 1994. Responsible for Student Affairs, Academic advising at both Graduate and Undergraduate level
  • Assistant to the Dean, School of Management University of Texas at Dallas. July 1991 - January 1992. Senior Lecturer appointment (Business Policy); Program Head - MBA; M.A.; M.S. Programs
  • Senior Lecturer - University of Texas at Dallas. Summer 1987 - Spring 1991 Instructor in Business Policy and Political Environment of Business
  • Management Consultant - Specialized in personnel planning and procedures (Policy Procedure Manual; Job Description; Employee Evaluation Systems), organizational structure (Board, Executive Organizational Charts, etc.). Clients include non-profit organizations (Ronald McDonald House, Center for Non-Profit Management; American Heart Association). (May 1984-May 1986)
  • Brookhaven College/University of Texas at Dallas - 1979-1982. Instructor - Management, Marketing, Advertising, Business Law, Organizational Behavior
  • Interim Social Science Division Chair (Brookhaven College). Responsible for all budgetary, faculty, staffing, curriculum development, instructor evaluations, EEOC, class scheduling, etc. (1981-1982)
  • Instructional Development Consultant - responsible for creation, development, production of video/slide - tape, study guide, curriculum for all departments within the college. Developed first of such courses in Management Principles Consulted and developed 19+ courses in the year 1980-1981
  • Director of Testing. Supervisor of Staff (12) responsible for administration of all instructional, assessment, and psychological instruments on campus. (1980-1981)
  • Criterion, Inc. (1980-1981) (Part-time). Management Consultant. Specializing in personnel, EEOC (affirmative action planning and analysis)
  • Dallas County Community College District (1983-84). Part-time supervisor/instructor of Marketing Management Center
  • Intern in the DCCCD Telecourse Production Company
  • University of Texas at Dallas (1977-1979). Graduate Teaching Assistant, management and interdisciplinary studies courses. As graduate assistant solely responsible for class lecture and material.
Prior Academic Development
  • "Cultivating Successful Public Relations: Building a Campaign and a Department", CASE District IV Conference, Baton Rouge, LA, April 2000
  • "Strategic Alliances: Corporate Fundraising for the 21st Century," AACSB Business School Development Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, January 2000
  • Business Ethics seminar for the City of Plano mid-management, non-credit program, April 1999
  • "Values in Education," presented at Park Cities Rotary Club, March 1999
  • Conference Group Facilitator, AACSB Conference on Undergraduate Curriculum, Orlando, 1994
  • Academy of Management meetings, August 1994, Dallas - Paper presented "Institutional Investor"
  • Scholarship Judge-Executive Women International, 1994
  • Appointed to Texas Advisory Council of the Washington Center, 1994
  • Campus Ethics coordinator, Arthur Anderson Ethics program, 1992
  • City of Dallas - Trade Mission to Guadalajara, 1993
  • Administrative Intern - Coordinating Board, University of Texas System, Austin, 1993
  • Selected - Summer Institute for Women in Higher Education Administration, 1993
  • Washington Campus - participated in "How Washington Works" - executive education program on public policy process, 1991
Past Civic Interests
  • Board of Directors, Dallas Challenge, 1999
  • Dallas Museum of Art - Co-chaired Fine Arts Acquisition for the 1994 Ball; Beaux Arts Ball Committee - served as Assistant Underwriting/ Solicitation Chairman for the April 1993 event
  • Solicitation Co-Chairman, Equest Fundraiser (non-profit), Spring 1996 Fundraising Committee, La Fiesta De Las Seis Banderas, Spring 1994-96
  • Pi Beta Phi Alumnae - Executive Committee; Chaired 1991 annual Fundraiser - 'Impressions of Spring'; raised over $50,000 for charities in Dallas
  • Dallas World Salute - currently Chairman; Vice-Chairman of the Board for 1992-1993; Secretary 1990-1992
  • ArtReach - Advisory Board member, 1992-1993; co-chaired the 1992 annual fundraiser; raised $25,000 for community arts programs
  • Women's Heart Guild - Chaired the 1990 annual fundraiser; Chairman of the Guild 1989-1990; Founding member (1987). Created the Gladys Faschena Memorial Scholarship Award, UT-Southwestern Medical School, to recognize outstanding contributions in the field of pediatric cardiology
  • American Heart Association - Dallas Chapter - Board of Directors; Secretary, Executive Committee, 1988-1990
  • Junior League of Dallas - Board of Directors
    • Chairman of Public Relations; Responsibilities included all communications and public relations programs. Established PICA Award to recognize media contributions in educating the community on social problems and issues.
    • Linz Award Committee, 1999
    • Co-Chair Task Force Video Needs for Community Non-Profits
    • Ball Committee - responsible for raising funds with designated sponsors including major law firms and financial institutions (May 1987 - January 1988).
  • Office of International Affairs - Chairman of Volunteers. Responsible for the planning, organizing, supervising, staffing of all official guests of the Mayor and for all events at the city level. (Volunteer staff is 35 women.) This includes press relations, community public relations and maintenance of consular relations (May 1986 - May 1988).
  • Office of International Affairs - Chairman of Dallas World Salute Celebration April, 1986
  • Office of Protocol, Dallas City Hall. Chairman of Consular Wives Dallas/Ft. Worth. Responsible for the initial creation, development, and non-profit organization status of the organization. (September 1985 - April 1985)
  • Mayor's Ball Committee 1986 & 1987
  • Society for Sixty-Five Roses
  • Dallas Women's Foundation
  • 500, Inc., served as Chairman of three major fund-raisers
  • Pi Beta Phi Alum Advisory Board, Alumni Club at Southern Methodist University; served as Chairman and House Advisor
  • Marianne Scruggs Garden Club; served as Vice President and Historian
  • Slipper Club, Cotillion Club
  • TACA
  • Opera Action
  • Junior Symphony League