Dr. James Campbell Quick

Distinguished University Professor



     Research and Funding Support


Over $350,000 in funding for research and scholarly contributions.

United States Army, 2009-2011

$80,000 for research on character for West Point - U.S. Military Academy

American Orthopaedic Association, 2005-2007

$35,000 for leadership and stress research, K. Saleh, Principle Investigator

Anonymous Trust, 2003-2007

$35,000 for communication research, support - Goolsby Leadership Academy

Marcia Faust McNees Trust, 1999-2002

$27,750 for executive health research project to include
Academy of Management Executive Special Issue on Executive Health.

American Psychological Association, 1989-1999
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, 1989-94
Texas Psychological Association, 1991
UTA President/Provost's Office, 1993-94

$107,000 for the Work & Well-Being Project and for the development of the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology


College of Business Administration, University of Texas at Arlington, 1990

$1,000 award for best applied research in the college for 1989

American Society for Personnel Administration, 1988

$8,450 to study human resource impact of corporate restructuring. (D. Gray, PI)

University of Texas at Arlington, 1986

$3,000 for a study of stress and technology among 140 U.S. Navy major system acquisition project managers. (Wayne Bodensteiner, Principle Investigator)

University of Texas at Arlington, 1985

$2,500 for the completion of executive stress research.

Hospital Corporation of America, 1983-85
University of Texas at Arlington, 1984-85

Eunice and James L. West Chair of Free Enterprise and Entrepreneurship, 1985

$35,000 for communication research, support - Goolsby Leadership Academy

Dennis Barger Foundation, 1983

$1,250 for Cardiovascular-Stress Research

University of Texas at Arlington , 1980-81

$5,992 (2 grants) for the Study of a Goals and Objectives Program

State of Texas, 1978-80

$35,000 for the Pilot Testing of a C.S.S.A. Project (D. Umlah, PI)

Philadelphia Life Insurance Company, 1976-77

$1,300 for a Study of the Company's PP&E Program

University of Houston Student Research Grants, 1977, 1975

$200 for the Study of Locus of Control, $280 to evaluate student simulation.