MS, Seoul National University, Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management – 2013
BA, Seoul National University, School of Business Administration – 2011
Dynamic network relations, Conflict, Team composition, Multiteam systems
- Mathieu, J. E., Wolfson, M. A., & Park, S. (2018). The evolution of work team research since Hawthorne. American Psychologist, 73(4), 308-321.
- Luciano, M., Mathieu, J., & Park, S., Tannenbaum, S. (2018). A fitting approach to construct and measurement alignment: The role of big data in advancing dynamic theories. Organizational Research Methods, 21(3), 592-632.
Semin Park is a Ph.D. candidate in Management at the University of Connecticut. Her primary area of interest is relational dynamics within and between teams, in which she has conducted applied research on multilevel models of effectiveness at the individual, team, and multiteam system levels. Park is working on her dissertation, a multi-method experimental study of the conflict dynamics in a simulated mass casualty incident emergent medical response, which theoretically and empirically unpacks the emergence and evolution of conflict relations within and between teams, and their effects on multiteam system outcomes. Park holds both a B.A. (Business Administration) and M.S. (Organizational Behavior & Human Resource management) from the Seoul National University.