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Current Ph.D. Students of Management and Organization-Research Interests

Current Ph.D. Students of Management and Organization - Research Interests
Current Doctoral Students Research Interests
Portrait Name (Last, First) / Program Year Research Area Specific Research Topics
Bishop, Derron Bishop, Derron
3rd Year
Organizational Behavior
Identity, Identification, and Ethics
Meng Chen

Chen, Meng

1st Year

Munkyun Chin Chin, M. K.
5th Year
Strategic Management Political Ideologies of Top Executives (CEO, TMT, Board of Directors), Executive Compensation, Corporate Governance, Corporate Social Performance.
Priyanka Dwivedi

Dwivedi, Priyanka

2nd Year

Organizational Behavior and Strategic Management CEO, Top Management Teams, Strategic Behavior, Work-Life Issues
Shereen Fatimah

Fatimah, Shereen

2nd year

Organizational Behavior Teams, Motivation, Proactive Work Behaviors
Gupta, Abhinav Gupta, Abhinav
4th Year
Strategic Management & Organizational Theory

Tiffany Johnson

Johnson, Tiffany

2nd Year

Lashley, Kisha Lashley, Kisha
4th Year
Strategic Management
Entrepreneurship, Social Entrepreneurship
Yu Liu

Liu, Yu (Celeste)

1st Year

Min, Sungwon Min, Sung Won
4th Year
Organizational Behavior

Murphy, Chad Murphy, Chad
5th Year
Organizational Behavior Identity, Image, Leadership, Work and Occupations
Chuljin Park

Park, Chuljin

2nd Year

Strategic Management and Organizational Theory
Shubha Patvardhan Patvardhan, Shubha
5th Year
Strategic Management and Managerial Cognition; Organizational and Collective Identity and Image
Strategy-making, New Field Emergence, Managerial and Organizational Cognition
Yeonji Seo

Seo, Yeonji

1st Year

Jenna Stites Stites, Jenna
5th Year
Organizational Theory Social and Environmental Responsibility, Corporate Image and Reputation
Thinley Tharchen

Tharchen, Thinley

2nd Year

Organizational Theory and Organizational Behavior Institutional Theory

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