Professor Jackson’s research interests include psychological collectivism, groups and teams, helping behaviors, employee-employer relationships, and organizational justice. Journals in which her research can be found include
Journal of Applied Psychology and Personnel Psychology. She is on the editorial boards of
Academy of Management Journal and Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. In 2006, Christine received the Teaching for Tomorrow Fellowship Award and in 2007, Christine received the Jay Ross Young Faculty Scholar Award. Her teaching
interests are in the areas of Organizational Behavior, High Performance Work Teams, and Mentoring. Christine teaches courses in organizational behavior at the undergraduate and graduate level (Masters and PhD), a mentoring course at the masters level, and
groups and teams courses at the Masters and PhD levels.