Management & Organization

Alena Marand

Alena Marand began the program in Fall 2015. Her research interests include labor markets, knowledge innovation and entrepreneurship. Alena joins the Smith School of Business from doctoral training at Ohio State University via the Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC) with the Big 10.

Tianyu He

Tianyu He began the program in Fall 2015. Her research interests includes antecedents and consequences of individual interactions in the workplace and how status, power, and culture shape workplace interactions and how these interactions influence individual decision-making, performance and group/team/organization dynamics. She is especially interested in irrational decision-making.

Insiya Hussain

Insiya Hussain began the program in Fall 2014. Her research focuses on the issues individuals face when they seek to exercise personal agency and engage in self-expression at work. To that end, she explores themes such as employee voice, identity, and work meaningfulness. Prior to joining the Ph.D. program, Insiya worked for several years, including stints as an investment banking Research Analyst at J.P. Morgan in New York and a project manager in the technology industry. 


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