Niall Hegarty’s dissertation examined motivation levels in graduate business school students and he has published articles in journals such as the Journal for Human Resources and Adult Learning, and the Journal for Continuing Higher Education. Hegarty's research line of inquiry focuses on human resources and entrepreneurship. His previous position was assistant dean and associate director for academic advisement at the Tobin College of Business' Manhattan campus. Hegarty has also held finance positions at the United Nations, The Catholic Medical Center of Brooklyn and Queens, and J.S. Eliezer & Associates in Manhattan.
Ed.D., St. John's University
M.B.A., St. John's University
B.S, St. John's University
Human resources, leadership, intro to business
Human resources, motivation, leadership
Hegarty, N. C., and Cusack, G. P. (2016). Give me what I want but here’s what you need: An exploration of the juxtaposition of mid-level managers as both follower and leader.. American Journal of Management. vol. 16,
Hegarty, N. C. (2015). The growing importance of Teaching Philosophy Statements and what they mean for the future: Why Teaching Philosophy Statements will affect you.. Journal of Adult Education. vol. 44,
Hegarty, N. C., and Angelidis, J. (2015). The Impact of Academic Service Learning as a Teaching Method and its Effect on Emotional Intelligence. Journal of Academic Ethics. vol. 13, pp. 363-374.
Hegarty, N. C. (2015). Catch My Fall: The Importance of Developing a Leadership Philosophy Statement in Sustaining Original Values and Leadership Direction. Valporaso, CA: Journal of Values Based Leadership. vol. 8, pp. 10.
Hegarty, N., and Chao, C. (2014). Driving Forces Which Enthuse the Continuous Growth of Chinese Students in U.S. Colleges: A Preliminary Study on Chinese Students' Motives. Journal of Academic Administration in higher Education. vol. 10, pp. 27-34.
Hegarty, N. (2014). Can in-house training programs replace the graduate degree? An exploration of differences and learning objectives in terms of career advancement. Journal of Advances in education. vol. 2, pp. 13-34.
Hegarty, N. (2011). Adult Learners as Graduate Students: Underlying Motivation in Completing Graduate Programs. Journal of Continuing Higher Education. vol. 59, pp. 146-151.
Hegarty, N. (2011). Who we are and who we teach: understanding graduate student motivation. Journal of Human Resources Education. vol. 5, pp. 1-8.