Biography

Professor Kuchinke's current research focuses on two areas: The education and training of educators working in human resource development settings in for-profit and not-for-profit organizations around the world as these professional lead learning initiatives to foster organizational and individual growth and development. Professor Kuchinke further explores the changing meaning of working as technological, economic, political, and social forces bring unprecedented rates of change to individuals, families, organizations, and countries. In both research areas, Professor Kuchinke is published widely and is a sought-after lecturer and presenter at national and international conferences and universities and organizations around the world.

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Key Professional Appointments

Professor Education Policy, Organization and Leadership, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2011 - present

Associate Professor Human Resource Education, 2003 - 2011

Assistant Professor Human Resource Education, University of Illinois, 1997 - 2003

Research/Teaching Assistant Work, Community, and Family Education, University of Minnesota, 1994 - 1997

Education and Training Consultant Education and Training, Process Management International, 1991 - 1994

Director Education, United Education and Software, 1986 - 1991

Research Associate Training, Training Research Corporation, 1984 - 1986

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Education

Ph.D., Human Resource Development, University of Minnesota, 1997

M.A., Policy Studies in Higher Education, University of California, 1985

B.A., Psychology; Business Administration, Antioch University, Los Angeles, 1984

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Awards, Honors, Associations

Distinguished Senior Scholar College of Education, 2016 - 2016

Teachers Ranked as Excellent UIUC/CITL, 2015 - 2015

Outstanding HRD Scholar Award 2014 Academy of Human Resource Development, 2014 - 2014

Faculty Fellow Illinois Leadership Center, 2017 - 2017

Alan Moon Memorial Prize (Runner Up) University Forum for Human Resource Development, 2014 - 2014

Hall of Fame, Class of 2017 International Adult and Continuing Education Hall of Fame, 2018 - 2018

Honorary Visiting Professor University Putra, Malaysia, 2018 - 2018

Meritorious Service Award University Council for Workforce and Human Resource Education, 2018 - 2018

Teachers ranked as Excellent University of Illinois, 2016 - 2016

Teachers ranked as Outstanding University of Illinois, 2016 - 2016

Emerald Literati Network Highly Recommended Paper Emerald Publishing, 2014 - 2014

Award for second most often downloaded article, HRDI 1997 - 2012 Routlege Taylor&Francis, 2013 - 2013

Cutting Edge Research Awards 2011 Academy of Human Resource Development, 2011 - 2011

Cutting Edge Award 2010 Academy of Human Resource Development, 2010 - 2010

Monica M. Lee Award for 2010 Academy of Human Resource Development, 2010 - 2010

Visiting Scholar Summer 2008 University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany, 2008 - 2008

Visiting Scholar, Spring 2008 Yuan Ze University, Taipei, 2008 - 2008

Visiting Professor Gerhard Mercator University, 2006 - 2006

College of Education Distinguished Scholar Bureau of Educational Research, 2004 - 2004

Outstanding Article, Human Resource Development Review Outstanding Article Award, Human Resource Development Review, (with A. Ardichvili), Academy of Human Resource Development, 2003 - 2003

Campus Award for Excellence in Off-Campus Teaching UIUC Office of Academic Outreach, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2002 - 2002

Visiting Professor School of Management, Gerhard Mercator University, 2002 - 2002

Top Ten Conference Proceedings Paper Academy of Human Resource Development, 2001 - 2001

Outstanding Assistant Professor University Council for Workforce and Human Resource Education, 2000 - 2000

Research & Service

I teach in the areas of organization and leadership development. My current research interests include the role of work in overall life design, self-directed career behaviors, and cross-cultural differences in career preparation and development.

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Publications

Oh, S., & Kuchinke, K. (2017). Exploring the role of organizational learning activities in quality management context. Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 38 (3), 380 - 397.

Kuchinke, K. (2015). The many faces of HRD academic programs: Directions for growth and development. Advances in Developing Human Resources, 17 (2), 262-273.

Kuchinke, K. (2015). Perspectives on the concept of development in HRD. The handbook of HRD: Theory and application ( pp. 112- 124). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Kuchinke, K. (2015). Work and its personal, social, and cross-cultural meanings. The Routledge companionto human resource development ( pp. 287-297). Routlege.

Kuchinke, K. Case study teaching in Indonesia: An introduction. Higher education leadership and management case studies Jakarta, Indonesia: HELM.

Kuchinke, K. Higher education leadership development in Indonesia Leadership development in emerging economies Palgrave.

Kuchinke, K. Human resource development systems and structures in Germany. Global issues in talent development: Perspectives from around the world Information Age Publishing.

Kuchinke, K. International migration and the meanings of work: A cross-cultural perspective. Immigrants communicating meanings of work Peter Lang.

Kuchinke, K. Lawrence Kohlberg. Fifty modern thinkers on education: From Piaget to the present (2nd ed.) Routlege.

Kuchinke, K. Linking research and practice in HRD. Bridging the Scholar-Practitioner Gap in Human Resource Development IGI Global.

Kuchinke, K. (2017). Higher education leadership development in Indonesia. Leadership development in emerging economies ( pp. 113 - 130). Palgrave.

Kuchinke, K. (2014). Work and its personal, social, and cross-cultural meanings. The Routlege Companion to Human Resource Development ( pp. 287-297). Routlege, New York.

Kuchinke, K. (2014). Perspectives on the concept of development in HRD. The Handbook of Human Resource Development ( pp. 112-124). SAGE.

Kuchinke, K. (2014). Global migration and the meanings of work: Framing the role of human resource development for human flourishing. ( pp. 20). Seoul, Korea: Proceedings of 13th International Conference of the Asia Chapter of AHRD.

Kuchinke, K., & Son, S. (2014). The Moderating Role of Cognition-Based Trust in Formal Mentoring Relationships in Korea. Seoul, Korea: Proceedings of 13th International Conference of the Asia Chapter of AHRD.

Ul-Huq, A., & Kuchinke, K. (2014). The impact of perceived corporate social responsibility on job satisfaction and organizational commitment: Evidence from Pakistan. Seoul, Korea: Proceedings of 13th International Conference of the Asia Chapter of AHRD.

Kuchinke, K. (2014). Human development as a central goal of human resource development. Foundations of Human Resource Development ( pp. 112-124). SAGE.

Kuchinke, K., Ardichvili, A., & Lokkesmoe, K. (2014). Developing cross-cultural awareness through foreign immersion programs: Implications of university study abroad research for expatriate development Edinburgh, Scotland: Proceedings of the 2014 University Forum for HRD Conference.

Kuchinke, K. (2014). Case Study Teaching in Indonesian Higher Education. ( pp. 25). USAID-HELM.

Kuchinke, K., & Cho, Y. (2014). Learning to become an HRD practitioner: Promoting the research on teaching and learning in HRD university programs. Houston, TX: Proceedings of the 2014 Academy of Human Resource Development Conference.

Kuchinke, K. (2013). HRD as Design Science. ( 3 ed vol. 15, pp. 370-382). Human Resource Development International, Routlege.

Kuchinke, K. (2013). Human agency and HRD: Returning meaning, spirituality and purpose to HRD theory and practice. Advances in Developing Human Resources, SAGE, 13 (3), 370-382.

Kuchinke, K. (2013). Boundaryless and protean careers in a knowledge economy. Human Resource Development: Practices and orthodoxies Palgrave McMillan.

Kuchinke, K. (2013). Education and Work: A Review Essay of Historical, Cross-cultural, and Disciplinary Perspectives on Vocational Education. Educational Theory.

Hill, R., Kuchinke, K., & Zinser, R. (2013). (Re-)Connecting workforce education andhuman resource development Human Resource Development Review, 12 (1), 3 - 10.

Kuchinke, K. (2013). Addressing agency in HRD. Academy of HRD: Proceedings of the 2013 AHRD conference.

Kang, H., Kuchnke, K., & Kuchinke, K. (2012). Community adjustment and expatriate success amongKorean executives in the United States. the 2012 conference of the AsianChapter of the Academy of Human Resource Development Istanbul, Turkey.

Kuchinke, K. (2012). HRD Practice and Research: Investigating Business Issues throughapplied social science research. Human Resource Development:Learning, Education and Training ( 3rd ed pp. 429 – 444). London: Kogan.

Kuchinke, K. (2012). Invited reaction: Mentoring and HRD: Reflections on the article byThurston, D’Abate, and Eddy. Human Resource Development Quarterly, 23 (2), 167 –176.

Kuchinke, K., & Pak, U. (2012). The self-directed career in an era of economic instability:Opportunities and challenges in international comparison. the 2012 conferenceof the Asian Chapter of the Academy of Human Resource Development Istanbul, Turkey.

Dirani, K., & Kuchinke, K. (2011). Job Satisfaction and Organization Commitment: Validating the Arabic Satisfaction and Commitment Questionnaire (ASCQ), Testing the Correlations, and Investigating the Effects of Demographic Variables i. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 22 (5), 1180-1202.

Kang, H., & Kuchinke, K. (2011). The Relationship between Community and Expatriate Adjustment. the 2011 conference of the Asian Chapter of the Academy of Human Resource Development Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Kuchinke, K. (2011). Human flourishing as a core value for HRD in an age of global mobility. HRD as we know it: Speeches that have shaped and developed the field of HRD London: Routlege.

Kuchinke, K. (2011). Perspectives on the successful start-up of study abroad programs in higher education: The Faculty Perspective. Developing strategic international partnerships:  Models for initiating and sustaining innovative institutional linkages ( pp. . 125-136). Washington, DC: Institute for International Education.

Kuchinke, K., Ardichvili, A., Borchert, M., Cornachione, E., Cseh, M., Kang, H., Oh, S., Rozanski, A., Tynaliev, U., & Zav’jalova, E. (2011). Work Meaning among Mid-level Professional Employees: A Study of the Importance of Work Centrality and Extrinsic and Intrinsic Work Goals in Eight Countries Asian Pacific Journal of Human Resources, 49 (3), 264-284.

Zavyalova, E., Akinshina, A., Ardichvili, A., Kuchinke, K., Czeh, M., & Tynaliev, U. (2011). Work values and motivation in developed and developing countries: A comparative study International Journal of Transitions and Innovation Systems, 1 (3), 207 – 227.

Fu, J., & Kuchinke, K. (2010). The relationship between self-efficacy and career development behaviors of Chinese community college students. the International conference of the Academy of Human Resource Development Knoxville, TN.

Kuchinke, K. (2010). The meaning of work and performance focused work attitudes among mid-level managers in the United States of America and Brazil. the 2010 International conference of the Academy of Human Resource Development Knoxville, TN.

Kuchinke, K. (2010). Who is learning what in organizational learning? Agency, sense-making, and modes of knowing in workplace settings. Denver, CO: Proceedings of the 2010 AERA conference.

Kuchinke, K., & Cornachione, E. (2010). The meaning of work and performance focused work attitudes among mid-level managers in the United States of America and Brazil. Performance Improvement Quarterly, 23 (3), 57-78.

Kuchinke, K., Cornachione, E., Oh., Y., & Kang, H. (2010). All work and no play? Work centrality and role stress of mid-level managers in the United States, Brazil, and Korea. Human Resource Development International, 13 (4), 393-408.

Ardichvili, A., & Kuchinke, K. (2009). International and cross-cultural perspectives on HRD. Foundations of human resource development ( 2nd ed pp. 420 – 432). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Ardichvili, A., & Kuchinke, K. (2009). International perspectives on the meanings of work and working: Current research and theory. Advances in Developing Human Resources, 11 (2), 155-167.

Han, H., Kuchinke, K., & Boulay, D. (2009). Modernism and postmodernism in HRD. Human Resource Development Review, 8 (1), 54-67.

Kuchinke, K. (2009). Editorial. Human Resource Development International, 12 (3), 241-243.

Kuchinke, K. (2009). The meaning of working and implications for human resource development: Historical perspectives and current debates. [Special issue]. Advances in Developing Human Resources, 1 (2), 168-188.

Kuchinke, K., & Ardichvili, A. (2009). The meaning of work and working: International perspectives and advances. Advances in Developing Human Resources [Special issue] Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Kuchinke, K., Ardichvili, A., Borchert, M., & Rozanski, A. (2009). The meaning of working among professional employees in Germany, Poland, and Russia. Journal of European Industrial Training, 33 (2), 104-124.

Kim, E., & Kuchinke, K. (2008). The more similar, the more mentoring received? Relational demography in mentoring relationships of Korean expatriates working in the United States. the Academy of Human Resource Development International Conference Bowling Green, OH: Academy of Human Resource Development.

Kuchinke, K. (2008). The evolution of human resource development as a field of practice in organizations and a field of research and teaching at universities. Rozwoj zasobow ludzkich - teoria i praktyka [Human Resource Development - theory and practice] ( pp. 23-42). Lublin, Poland: Lublin Technical University.

Kuchinke, K., Correthers, G., & Cecil, K. (2008). Managing performance in extension: Redesigning the performance evaluation system at Illinois Journal of Extension [electronic version], 46 (4).  link >

Kuchinke, K., Kang, H., & Oh, S. (2008). The influence of work values on job and career satisfaction, and organizational commitment among Korean professional level employees Asia Pacific Education Review, 9 (4), pp. 552-564.

Rozanski, A., & Kuchinke, K. (2008). HRD -transformacja w edukacji ustawicznej, [HRD--Transformation of adult education]. Lubelski Rocznik Pedagogiczny ( vol. Vol. XXVII, pp. 43-55). Lublin, Poland: Maria Curie Sklodowska University.

Rozanski, A., Kuchinke, K., & Boyar, E. (2008). Rozwoj zasobow ludzkich - teoria i praktyka [Human Resource Development - theory and practice] Lublin, Poland: Lublin Technical University.

Han, H., & Kuchinke, K. (2007). Modernism and postmodernism in HRD. the Academy of Human Resource Development International Conference Indianapolis, IN.

Kuchinke, K. (2007). Human Resource Development International, 10 (3), 241-242.

Kuchinke, K. (2007). Birds of a feather? The critique of the North American business school and its implications for educating HRD practitioners. Human Resource Development Review, 6 (2), 111-126.

Kuchinke, K. (2007). Editorial: HRDI at ten! Human Resource Development International, 10 (1), 1-5.

Kuchinke, K. (2007). Editorial: Kaleidoscopes and the multiplicity of perspectives in HRD. Human Resource Development International, 10 (2), 117-119.

Kuchinke, K., Ardichvili, A., Rozanski, A., & Borchert, M. (2007). The meaning of working in Germany, Poland, and Russia. the 8th Conference on HRD Research and Practice Across Europe Oxford, UK.

Kuchinke, K., Kang, H., & Oh, S. (2007). Korean work values and meaning of working outcomes. the Sixth Asian conference of the Academy of HRD Beijing, China.

Kuchinke, K., Fu, J., & Oh, S. (2006). Professional HRD education in China, Korea, and the US: Institutional and curricular characteristics of university-based graduate degree programs. KEDI Journal of Educational Policy, 3 (2), 151-175.

Kuchinke, K. (2005). Global leadership development: Status of research and practice. the Academy of Human Resource Development International Conference Bowling Green, OH: Academy of Human Resource Development.

Kuchinke, K. (2005). The self at work: Theories about persons, the meaning of work, and their implications for HRD. Critical thinking in HRD ( pp. 141–155). London: Routlege.

Kuchinke, K., & Han, H. (2005). Is caring a competence? (Re-)opening the dialogue over the limitations of competency frameworks in HRD. Human Resource Development International, 8 (3), 385-391.

Yoon, S., & Kuchinke, K. (2005). -W., & Kuchinke, K. Performance Improvement, 44 (4), 15-20.

Kuchinke, K. (2004). Contested domains: Human resource development graduate programs in U.S. colleges of education. Workforce Education Forum, 3 (1), 43-60.

Kuchinke, K. (2004). Theorizing and practicing HRD: Extending the dialogue over the roles of scholarship and practice in the field. Human Resource Development International, 7 (4), 535-540.

Kuchinke, K., Fu, J., Dirani, K., Packard, C., & Shin, J. (2004). The meaning of working in China, Germany, Korea, Lebanon, and the United States. the Third Asian Conference of the Academy of Human Resource Development Seoul, Korea: National University.

Kuchinke, K. (2003). Comparing national systems of human resource development: Role and function of post-baccalaureate HRD courses of study in the U.K. and U.S. Human Resource Development International, 6 (3), 285-300.

Kuchinke, K. (2003). Contingent HRD: Towards a theory of variation and differentiation in human resource development strategies. Human Resource Development Review, 2 (3), 294-309.

Kuchinke, K. (2003). Strengthening ties between career-technical education and human resource development. Journal of Vocational Education Research, 27 (2), 179-197.

Kuchinke, K. (2003). Variations in practice: A status study of HRD arrangements and processes in multiple organizational settings. the Academy of Human Resource Development International Conference Bowling Green, OH: Academy of Human Resource Development.

Ardichvili, A., & Kuchinke, K. (2002). Leadership styles and cultural values among managers and subordinates: A comparative study of four countries of the former Soviet Union, Germany, and the U.S. Human Resource Development International, 5 (1), 99-118.

Benson, A., Johnson, S., & Kuchinke, K. (2002). The use of technology in the digital workplace: A framework for human resource development. Advances in Developing Human Resources, 4 (4), 392-494.

Kuchinke, K. (2002). Institutional and curricular characteristics of leading graduate HRD programs in the United States. Human Resource Development Quarterly, 13 (2), 127-143.

Kuchinke, K. (2002). Measuring culture: Prospects and limitations. Research in international education: Experience, theory, and practice ( pp. 103-120). New York: Peter Lang.

Kuchinke, K., & Ardichvili, A. (2002). Work-related values of managers and subordinates in manufacturing companies in Germany, Georgia, Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, Russia, and the U.S. Journal of Transnational Management Development, 7 (1), 3-26.

Kuchinke, K. (2001). Information and feedback seeking In university human resource development education in the U.S., U.K., and Singapore. Human Resource Development International.

Kuchinke, K. (2001). Leadership and technology. Tulsa, OK: Invited panel leader presentation at Technology Preconference, Academy of Human Resource Development.

Kuchinke, K. (2001). Leadership styles and cultural values among managers and subordinates: A comparative study of four countries of the former Soviet Union, Germany, and the U.S. (With A. Ardichvili). Second European Conference on Human Resource Development Research and Practice Twente, The Netherlands.

Kuchinke, K. (2001). The educational philosophy of Lawrence Kohlberg. Great educational thinkers.

Kuchinke, K., Aragon, S., & Bartlett, K. (2001). Online instructional delivery: Lessons from the instructor's perspective. Performance Improvement.

Short, D., & Kuchinke, K. (2001). Analysing quantitative data. Researching HRD: Philosophies, processes, and practices.

Kuchinke, K. (2000). Debates over the nature of HRD: An institutional theory perspective. Human Resource Development International.

Kuchinke, K. (2000). Information and feedback seeking in U. S. and British human resource development and training settings. Performance Improvement Quarterly, 13 (1), 3–16.

Kuchinke, K. (2000). Proceedings of the 2000 Academy of Human Resource Development Conference Baton Rouge, LA: Academy of Human Resource Development.

Kuchinke, K. (2000). The role of feedback in management development training settings. Human Resource Development Quarterly, 11 (4), 381-401.

Kuchinke, K. (1999). Philosophical Foundations of Human Resource Development. In W. G. Camp (Ed.), Proceedings of the 1999 AVERA conference. Athens, GA: University of Georgia: Department of Occupational Studies.

Ardichvili, A., & Kuchinke, K. International perspectives on HRD. Foundations of human resource development ( 2nd ed). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Ardichvili, A., & Kuchinke, K. International perspectives on the meanings of work and working: Current research and theory. Advances in Developing Human Resources.

Cho, Y., & Kuchinke, K. Promoting the scholarship of teaching and learning in HRD: An international perspective. Advances in Developing Human Resources, SAGE.

Dirani, K., & Kuchinke, K. Job Satisfaction and Organization Commitment: Validating the Arabic Satisfaction and Commitment Questionnaire (ASCQ), Testing the Correlations, and Investigating the Effects of Demographic Variables i. Accepted October 22, 2010.

Dirani, K., & Kuchinke, K. Job Satisfaction and Organization Commitment: Validating the Arabic Satisfaction and Commitment Questionnaire (ASCQ), Testing the Correlations, and Investigating the Effects of Demographic Variables i. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 2009.

Han, H., Kuchinke, K., & Boulay, D. Modernism and postmodernism in HRD.

Han, H., Kuchinke, K., & Boulay, D. Modernism and postmodernism in HRD. Human Resource Development Review.

Kang, H., & Kuchinke, K. The relationship between community and expatriate adjustment. Human Resource Development Quarterly.

Kim, S., & Kuchinke, K. Relationships among protégé learning goal orientation, mentoring functions, and quality in a Korean company.

Kuchinke, K. Boundaryless and protean careers in a knowledge economy. Human resource development: Practices and orthodoxies London: Palgrave.

Kuchinke, K. Boundaryless and protean careers in a knowledge economy. Human resource development: Practices and orthodoxies London: Palgrave.

Kuchinke, K. EmailQuote { PADDING-LEFT: 4pt; MARGIN-LEFT: 1pt; BORDER-LEFT: #800000 2px solid } Rozanski, A., & Kuchinke, K. P. ( 2008). HRD - transformacja w edukacji ustawicznej, Lubelski Rocznik Pedagogiczny.

Kuchinke, K. Human Development as a Central Goal of Human Resource Development. Foundations of Human Resource Development Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage (reprint of journal article.

Kuchinke, K. Human flourishing as a core value for HRD in an age of global mobility. HRD as we know it: Speeches that have shaped and developed the field of HRD London: Routlege.

Kuchinke, K. International Migration and the Meanings of Work: A Cross-Cultural Perspective. Immigrants Communicating Meaning of Work Peter Lang.

Kuchinke, K. Mentoring and HRD: Reflections on the article by Thurston, D’Abate, and Eddy. Human Resource Development Quarterly.

Kuchinke, K. Perspectives on the concept of development in HRD. The handbook of HRD: Theory and application Thousand Oaks: Sage.

Kuchinke, K. Perspectives on the concept of development in HRD. The handbook of HRD: Theory and application Thousand Oaks: Sage.

Kuchinke, K. The many faces of HRD academic programs: Directions for growth and development. Advances in Developing Human Resources, SAGE.

Kuchinke, K. The meaning of working and implications for human resource development: Historical perspectives and current debates. Advances in Developing Human Resources.

Kuchinke, K. Work and its personal, social, and cross-cultural meanings. The Routledge companion to Human Resource Development New York: Routledge.

Kuchinke, K., & Ardichvili, A. [Review of the book Understanding action learning]. Human Resource Development Quarterly.

Kuchinke, K., Ardichvili, A., Borchert, M., & Rozanski, A. The Meaning of Working among Professional Employees in Germany, Poland, and Russia.

Kuchinke, K., Ardichvili, A., Borchert, M., & Rozanski, A. The Meaning of Working among Professional Employees in Germany, Poland, and Russia. Journal of European Industrial Training.

Kuchinke, K., Cornachione, E., Oh, Y., & Kang, H. All work and no play? Work centrality and role stress of mid-level managers in the United States, Brazil, and Korea. Human Resource Development International.

Kuchinke, K., Correthers, G., & Cecil, K. Managing performance in Extension: Redesigning the performance evaluation system at Illinois. Journal of Extension.

Kuchinke, K., Kang, H., & Oh, S. The Influence of Work Values on Job and Career Satisfaction, and Organizational Commitment among Korean Professional Level Employees.

Son, S., & Kuchinke, K. The moderating role of cognition-based trust in formal mentoring relationships. Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources.

Son, S., & Kuchinke, K. The relationship between trust, mentoring functions received and work attitudes in formal mentoring. Asia Pacific Education Review.

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Presentations

Advanced topics in case study development and teaching (2015). USAID: Jakarta/Indonesia.

Illinois Learning Sciences Design Laboratory symposium (2015). UIUC/CoE: Champaign.

Writing for publication: Increasing your skills and getting accepted in leading academic outlets and conferences (2013). Academy of HRD: Taipei, Taiwan.

Europe as a study destination: The example of PromoDoc (2013). European Commission: Vilnius, Lithuania.

But is it Education? Situating training and development in the canon of education theory and practice (2013). Department of Instructional Systems Technology,: Bloomington, IN.

Lessons and insights from Career Studies for work and life after graduate school (2013). Indiana University: Bloomington, IN.

Meaning of work and career salience among Korean mid-level professionals (2013). Indiana University: Bloomington, IN.

The boundaries of the boundaryless career: Enabling success in an era of globalization (2011).: Seoul, Korea.

Work meaning and work culture in international comparison (2011). International School program.

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Grants

Senior Personnel National Resource Center for Global Studies, U.S. Department of Education (Center for Global Studies), 2003 - 2006

Senior Personnel Study Tour to Korea, Center for International Business Education Research, 2005 - 2005

Principal Investigator Executive Human Resource Development Seminar for SK Corporation, SK Corporation, 2005 - 2005

Principal Investigator Evaluation of UI Extension Performance Mgmt System, College of ACES, 2004 - 2004

Principal Investigator Leadership Development in Small Business Enterprises in Poland, European Union Center, 2003 - 2004

Principal Investigator Knowledge Management and High Performance Workplace Practices in Service Sector Firms in Germany, Flora and William Hewlett Foundation, 2002 - 2002

Principal Investigator Leadership Effectiveness in Health Care Organizations in The U.S., Germany, and the U.K., Campus Research Board, 2003 - 0

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Service

Member, Strategic Planning Committee Adult and Continuing Education Hall of Fame, 2018 - 2021

UCWHRE University Council for Workforce and Human Resource Education, 2014 - 2018

USAID, 2014 - 2016

President Elect University Council for Workforce and Human Resource Education, 2012 - 2014

President-Elect University Council for Workforce and Human Resource Education, 2012 - 2014

PromoDoc Ambassador Erasmus Mundus Program, European Commission for Education and Training, 2012 - 2014

Keynote Speaker College of Education, Department of Organizational Leadership, Policy and Development, University of Minnesota, 2012 - 2012

Editor Human Resource Development International, Academy of Human Resource Development, 2006 - 2009

Consultant University of Illinois Extension, 2006 - 2006

Accreditation and Academic Standards Commission Academy of Human Resource Development, 2005 - 2006

International Committee Academy of Human Resource Development, 2004 - 2006

Member Board, and VP Research, Academy of Human Resource Development, 2000 - 2004

Member COE Representative on the EU Center Programming Board, European Union Center, 2000 - 2002

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Courses

Thesis Seminar (EPOL 591) Designed to take students through the entire process of proposal development, this course is intended for masters or doctoral students who are ready to prepare a thesis or dissertation proposal. Students will learn to use a systematic and comprehensive approach to develop the research proposal and how each step in the research process is related. 4 graduate hours. No professional credit. Approved for Letter and S/U grading.

Principles of HRE (HRD 400) Study of the basic concepts and practices of education for and about work: its philosophical foundations and historical development, mission and goals, structure and function, curricular areas of emphasis, learner audiences served and settings in which programs are conducted, and issues and trends affecting program change. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours.

Business Principles for HRD (HRD 402) Study of essential business understandings, knowledge, and skills required for HRD professionals to interact effectively with others in the business community. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours.

Advanced Theories in HRD (HRD 509) Provides a reading of advanced texts related to Human Resource Development from a variety of applied social science disciplines. Targeted towards doctoral students in the later stage of their course work who are interested in HRE theory and social science foundations.

Organization Development (HRD 530) Addresses the history, concepts, theories, and techniques of Organization Development as applied in Human Resource Education; emphasis on creating, managing, and sustaining system-wide change in public and private organizations; organized around diagnosis, implementation, and evaluation of individual, team, and organization-wide interventions.

Leadership,Innovation & Learng (HRD 590) Seminar open to persons who have been admitted for doctoral study in human resource education. Approved for letter and S/U grading. May be repeated to a maximum of 8 hours.

Kuchinke, Peter

Professor, Education Policy, Organization and Leadership

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