Don Eskew

Don Eskew



Roush Hall 419

Department of Business, Accounting, & Economics

Don Eskew earned a B.S. from Indiana University (Bloomington) in 1982, an M.A. from the University of Kansas in 1988, and a Ph.D. in Labor and Human Resources from The Ohio State University in 1993, where he was one of the a winners of the Ohio State “University Graduate Associate Teaching Awards.”

Dr. Eskew has been at Otterbein since 1993. His teaching and research interests include recruitment, training and development, general organizational behavior, and the fairness of decision-making in organizations. Courses taught by Dr. Eskew include introductory courses in management and human resources management, staffing, training and development, courses within the Senior Experience and the Otterbein Honors Programs, and graduate level courses in management and human resources. He has been nominated for Otterbein University’s “Master Teacher Award.” Dr. Eskew has published in the Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, Human Resource Planning, The Journal of Management, American Compensation Association Journal, and the Compensation and Benefits Review. Dr. Eskew also serves on numerous staff, faculty, and student committees on campus.


  • B.S., Indiana University, 1982
  • M.A., University of Kansas, 1987
  • Ph.D., Labor and Human Resources,The Ohio State University, 1993

Research, Creative, & Professional Work

  • Recruitment
  • Training and development
  • General organizational behavior
  • Fairness of decision-making in organizations


  • Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal
  • Human Resource Planning
  • The Journal of Management, American Compensation Association Journal
  • The Compensation and Benefits Review

Affiliations & Awards

  • Winner of the Ohio State “University Graduate Associate Teaching Award
  • Nominated for Otterbein University’s “Master Teacher Award