After over 30 years of affiliation with the Graduate Programs in Human Resource Development, Dr. Richard Andrulis, Associate Professor of Human Resource Development and Psychology,
After over 30 years of affiliation with the Graduate Programs in Human Resource Development, Dr. Richard Andrulis, Associate Professor of Human Resource Development and Psychology,has announced his retirement from Villanova University beginning September 2013.
Richard Andrulis has been affiliated with Villanova's Psychology Department since 1971 and with the Human Resource Development program since its inception in 1980. Prior to joining Villanova as a full-time faculty appointment in 2000, he served as director of research at the American College in Bryn Mawr and as a consultant in several firms. Dr. Andrulis is a licensed psychologist in Pennsylvania and registered as an Expert Witness, having worked on a number of important landmark cases involving the EEOC.
He wrote extensively on assessment and published a book on the subject matter in 1977. He later co-authored a book on doing business in China which led to a tour and numerous trips to that nation. His recent work has been focused on diversity in the workplace and the use of social media at work. In addition to his research, Dr. Andrulis taught a variety of courses in the HRD and Psychology programs including Metrics and Statistical Research, Organizational Training, and Organizational Psychology among others.
On behalf of our faculty, staff, students, and alumni, we wish to thank Dr. Andrulis for his sincere dedication to our program, the University, the study of human resources, and most importantly his support of his colleagues and students. Congratulations and best wishes for a happy retirement!