Sarah Dyson, MS, Ph.D. Corporate Faculty (PMGT)
Dr. Sarah Dyson lives in Jonesboro, Arkansas. She has over ten years of experience as an entrepreneur and chief executive officer in the mental health field. She has extensive experience serving as a research consultant in the public and private sectors. Her research focuses on how AI, media, emotions, and motivation affect project managers, leaders, and organizations’ skills, attitudes, and behaviors.
Dr. Dyson has taught at Harrisburg University since April 2020. She has taught graduate capstone courses in the Project Management programs: Thesis Preparation and Research Writing and Methodology. Dr. Dyson also teaches Emotional intelligence for project managers and is the course team lead for Business and requirements analysis fundamentals. She has taught in the general education program by teaching general psychology.
Dr. Dyson earned her PH. D. in Psychology with a specialization in Social Psychology from Walden University. She earned a Master of Science in Business Management and Information Management from Colorado Technical University.
Dr. Dyson is a member of the National Coalition of Independent Scholars. She also serves as an Editor and Chief for The Journal Beyond the Project Horizon Journal of the Center of Project Management and Innovation and The Arkansas Psychological Journal.
MS- Colorado Technical University – Colorado Springs, Colorado
PH.D. Walden University – Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Professor’s research examines human centered projects and survivorship bias
An article by Dr. Tom Wise, Project Management program lead at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology, appears in the...
Journal article address why relationships matter to project managers
Two Harrisburg University of Science and Technology project management faculty members address the topic of emotional intelligence in project management...
Harrisburg University professor presents at Women Economic Forum of Ecuador 2021
The Women Economic Forum, the largest global network of women in the world, recently had its first version in Ecuador...
Transforming the customer experience topic of faculty article
Business success is often measured in financial terms and the ability to please external stakeholders. However, pleasing employees, stakeholders, and...
Project Management faculty co-author article on change management
HU Project Management faculty members John Clark, Sarah Dyson, and Joe Zagerman have co-authored an article on change management which...
Magazine publishes article co-authored by HU project management faculty members
HU Project Management faculty members John Clark, Sarah Dyson, and Joe Zagerman have co-authored an article on the importance of...