Carolyn Goerner

Clinical Professor of Management at Kelley School of Business


Kelley School of Business

Carolyn Goerner is a Clinical Professor of Management at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business in Bloomington. Currently, she teaches Strategic Human Resources in Kelley’s Integrated Core in addition to courses in negotiation at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Dr. Goerner completed her PhD in Management and Human Resources at Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University and joined the Kelley faculty in 2000. Prior to graduate school, she was a human resource consultant and trainer for a variety of companies, focusing primarily in the health care and professional service industries.

Her research focuses on best practices in mentoring women in the workplace and conflict-resolution in public arenas. At IU, she serves as co-Director of the Kelley Women in Business Initiative. She is the recipient of numerous teaching awards, including IU’s Trustees’ Teaching Award and the Alumni Association’s Student Choice Award.

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