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Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business

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Blake Snider

Blake Snider

Associate Chair
Associate Professor

Office: 409B Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business
Phone: 864-656-4097


 Educational Background

    Ph.D. Human Development & Family Studies
    Auburn University 2002

    M.S. Human Development & Family Studies
    Auburn University 1999

    MBA Business Administration
    East Tennessee State University 2011

    B.A. Psychology
    Lee University 1994

Courses Taught

  • MGT 2010 Principles of Management
  • MGT 2180 Microsoft Excel
  • MGT 3070 Foundations of Human Resource Management
  • MGT 3100 Intermediate Business Statistics
  • MGT 3980 Internship
  • MBA 8030 Statistical Analysis of Business Operations


Dr. Snider is an Associate Professor and the Associate Chair of the Department of Management. In this role, he works under the direction of the Chair to manage the undergraduate "portfolio" for the department including advising, registration, course scheduling, instructional support, policies, and procedures. He also has the privilege of supervising a fantastic advising team and providing support for and evaluation of full-time instructors and special (i.e., non-tenure-track) faculty members. He regularly teaches business management courses within several emphasis areas including principles of management, data analysis (i.e., Microsoft Excel, intermediate business statistics), and human resources (foundations); he also teaches the MBA statistics class. His current research interests include antecedents of workplace aggression and maltreatment with a specific focus on social undermining behavior and the importance of emotional intelligence in leadership. He also has a record of earlier scholarship focused on late adolescent/emerging adult developmental processes. Prior to his current role in the Department of Management, Dr. Snider served in a number of University-level administrative roles focused on Undergraduate student success, summer session, and online/off-campus education.

Research Interests

  • Workplace Aggression and Maltreatment (i.e., social undermining behavior)
  • Self-compassion in the workplace
  • Emotional Intelligence and Leadership
  • Management Education

Research Publications

  • George, L., Wallace, J.C., Snider, J.B., & Suh, H. (2023). Self-compassion, performance, and burnout: Surfacing an unknown work construct. Group & Organization Management, 0(0).
  • Moore, T.W., & Snider, J. B. (2019). Your learning style may explain your emotional intelligence or your emotional ineptitude. International Leadership Journal, 11(2), 105-115.
  • Moore, T. W., Snider, J. B., & Luchini, M. (2012). Thinking style and emotional intelligence: An empirical investigation. Journal of Behavioral Studies in Business, 5,138-153.
  • Barton, A. K., Snider, J.B., Vazsonyi, A. T., & Cox J. L. (2012). Adolescent religiosity as a mediator of the relationship between parent religiosity and adolescent health outcomes. Journal of Religion and Health. DOI 10.1007/s10943-012-9596-7.
  • Vaughn, B. E., Shin, N., Kim, M., Coppola, G., Krzysik, L., Santos, A. J., Peceguina, I., et al. (2009). Hierarchical models of social competence in preschool children: A multisite, multinational study. Child Development, 80, 1775-1796.
  • Wu, T., Snider, J. B., Floyd, M. R., Florence, J. E., Stoots, J. M., & Makamey, M. I. (2009). Intention for healthy eating among southern Appalachian teens. American Journal of Health Behavior, 33, 115-124.
  • Vazsonyi, A.T., & Snider, J. B. (2008). Mentoring, competencies, and adjustment in adolescents: American part-time employment and European apprenticeships. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 32, 46-55.
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Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business
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