Drawing upon diverse backgrounds, our faculty members are actively engaged in a wide-range of research topics related to teams, leadership, and decision making. General themes include:

  • Social Diversity
  • Cognitive Diversity
  • Motivation and Goals
  • Nudges and Interventions

Please see the faculty publications page for examples of faculty work and for links to faculty research pages.

Follow these links for details provided on the main Fuqua Ph.D. program website

Below are the current academic positions for students who graduated from the Management and Organizations PhD Program (since 2002):

  • Sean Fath (2020) – Cornell University (ILR School)
  • Anyi Ma (2020) – Tulane University (A.B. Freeman School of Business)
  • Jae Yun Kim (2019) – Southern University of Science and Technology Business School
  • Simone Tang (2018) – Cornell University (School of Hotel Administration)
  • Esther Sackett (2017) – Santa Clara University (Leavey School of Business)
  • Devon Proudfoot (2017) – Cornell University (ILR School)
  • Devin Hargrove (2017) – Rollins College Department of Business
  • Christy Zhou Koval (2016) – Michigan State University (Eli Broad College of Business)
  • Matthew Fox (2015) – University of Wyoming College of Business
  • Christina Rader (2015) – Colorado College Department of Economics and Business
  • Catherine Shea (2013) – Carnegie Mellon University (Tepper)
  • Min Kay (2012) – University Canada West
  • Daniel Feiler (2012) – Dartmouth College (Tuck)
  • Andrew Carton (2011) – University of Pennsylvania (Wharton)
  • Leigh Plunkett Tost (2010) – University of Southern California (Marshall)
  • Xuimei Zhu (2009) – University of Chinese Academy of Sciences
  • Albert Mannes (2009) – U.S. Government
  • Min Li (2008) – Lecturer, University of Wisconsin School of Business
  • Morela Hernandez (2007) – University of Virginia (Darden)
  • James Emery (2006) – Professor of the Practice, Duke University (Fuqua)
  • Kelly See (2004) – University of Colorado-Denver Business School
  • Chris Bell (2003) – York University (Schulich)
  • Sze Sze Wong (2002) – Nanyang Technical University Business School
  • Chris Long (2002) – St. John’s University (Tobin College of Business)