Michael Rehg came to Chico State’s Department of Management in August 2008, after a 20-year career in the USAF and a three-year teaching stint at the Air Force Institute of Technology. He obtained his PhD in Strategic Management from Indiana University in 1998. His research ranges broadly around organizational issues, including whistle blowing and its effects on employees; the interaction of cultural intelligence and formal training programs; the transfer of knowledge from training settings to work environments; and the effect of national culture on both whistle blowing and training effectiveness. He has published in peer-reviewed journal outlets including Organization Science, Human Resource Management, Human Relations, and Business Ethics Quarterly. Since his arrival at Chico State he has taught the undergraduate and graduate level Strategic Decision-Making capstone courses as well as Introduction to Entrepreneurship. He is also the coordinator for the College of Business undergraduate assurance of learning program.