Robert J. Trulaske Sr., College of Business, University of Missouri

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Daniel Newton

Assistant Professor
Cornell Hall
(573) 882-5058

Office Hours: By appointment

Daniel Newton is an assistant professor management at the University of Missouri. His research focuses on the causes and consequences of “speaking up,” how employees are engaged at work and transition their energies across tasks, and how employees emerge as leaders. A recipient of a four-year NASA grant, he has conducted research with isolated crews in Houston and is currently collecting data with astronauts aboard the International Space Station. Prior to joining academia, he worked in corporate finance/strategy at a Fortune 500 firm.


Wellman, N., Newton, D.W., Wang, D., Wei, W., Waldman, D.A., & LePine, J.A., (in press). Meeting the need or falling in line? The effect of laissez-faire formal leaders on informal leadership. Personnel Psychology. doi: 10.1111/peps.12308

Chamberlin M., Newton, D.W., & LePine J.A. (in press). A meta-analysis of empowerment and voice as transmitters of high performance managerial practices to job performance. Journal of Organizational Behavior. doi: 10.1002/job.2295

Bush, J.T., LePine, J.A., & Newton, D.W. (2018). Teams in transition: An integrative review of team task transitions and propositions for future research. Human Resource Management Review, 28, 423-433. doi: 10.1016/j.hrmr.2017.06.005

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


Ph.D. Arizona State University, 2018

M.B.A. Indiana University, 2010

M.A. Brigham Young University, 2008

B.A. Brigham Young University, 2004