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Assistant Professor



  • Assistant Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship

    Tippie College of Business


  • PhD in Management / Organizational Behavior, Arizona State University, 2018
  • MBA in Management / Finance, Indiana University, 2010
  • MA in English, Brigham Young University, 2008
  • BA in English, Brigham Young University, 2004

Areas of Interest

  • Employee Voice
  • Engagement

Selected Publications

  • Welsh, D. T., Outlaw, R., Newton, D. W. & Baer, M. D. (In Press). The social aftershocks of voice: An investigation of employees’ affective and interpersonal reactions after speaking up. Academy of Management Journal.
  • Newton, D. W., Chamberlin, M., Maupin, C. K., Nahrgang, J. D. & Carter, D. R. (In Press). Voice as a signal of human and social capital in team assembly decisions. Journal of Management.
  • Sessions, H., Nahrgang, J. D., Newton, D. W. & Chamberlin, M. (2020). I’m tired of listening: The effects of supervisor appraisals of group voice on supervisor emotional exhaustion and performance. Journal of Applied Psychology 105 619-636. DOI: 10.1037/apl0000455.
  • Newton, D. W., LePine, J. A., Kim, J. K., Wellman, N. & Bush, J. T. (2020). Taking engagement to task: The nature and functioning of task engagement across transitions. Journal of Applied Psychology 105 1-18. DOI: 10.1037/apl0000428.
  • Wellman, N., Newton, D. W., Wang, D., Wei, W., Waldman, D. A. & LePine, J. A. (2019). Meeting the need or falling in line? The effect of laissez-faire formal leaders on informal leadership. Personnel Psychology 72 337-359. DOI: 10.1111/peps.12308.
  • Chamberlin, M., Newton, D. W. & LePine, J. A. (2018). A meta-analysis of empowerment and voice as transmitters of high performance managerial practices to job performance. Journal of Organizational Behavior 39 1296-1313. DOI: 10.1002/job.2295.
  • Chamberlin, M., Newton, D. W. & LePine, J. A. (2017). A meta-analysis of voice and its promotive and prohibitive forms: Identification of key associations, distinctions, and future research directions. Personnel Psychology 70 11-71. DOI: 10.1111/peps.12185.