University of Louisville




Shuck HeadshotDr. Brad Shuck joined the Department of Evaluation, Leadership, and Organizational Development faculty at the University of Louisville (UofL) as an assistant professor in 2010. His primary areas of research include the application, meaning, and measurement of employee engagement, emerging areas of positive psychology, and leader development. Dr. Shuck has 80+ refereed publications and presentations for international and national scholarly organizations in addition to several trade and professional publications such as ATD, Best Places to Work, and Business First. His work has been featured in international media outlets including Forbes, The Washington Post, and Shuck was recently awarded the Child Life Council Research-to-Practice Award (2015), the E F Holton III Outstanding Article of the Year (2013) and the Advances in Developing Human Resources Outstanding Issue of the Year (2011) for his work on employee engagement. His work has appeared in refereed journals such as Leadership and Organizational Studies, Human Resource Development Review, Human Resource Development Quarterly, Couple and Family Psychology: Research and Practice, Journal of Continuing Higher Education, Journal of Children’s Health Care, the Journal of Management Development, as well as numerous national and international book chapters on the topic of employee engagement. Shuck was recognized as a Faculty Favorite at the University of Louisville in 2012, 2013, and again in 2014. He has taught internationally in cities like London, England and Panama City, Panama where he worked with companies such as Dell Latin America, Proctor and Gamble, Copa Airlines, and the Panama Canal, among many other Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 Companies.

Dr. Shuck is a member of the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels, consults regularly with BI Worldwide, an international engagement firm, and has taught undergraduate and graduate courses at Western Kentucky University, Florida International University, the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, and the University of Louisville.