The Academy of Management has awarded a prestigious dissertation award to UConn Ph.D. alumna Semin Park ’19 for her research about friendships and conflicts among future paramedics participating in a mock emergency drill.Continue Reading
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Whether you’re a CEO, a psychologist, or a TV meteorologist, the COVID-19 pandemic has likely forced you to make the abrupt switch from the familiar comfort of a traditional office to the rewards and challenges of working from home.Continue Reading
UConn Ph.D. candidate Semin Park is on the cusp of completing her degree, but has already made a tremendous impression in the management field.
Her dissertation research is a multi-method, experimental study of the conflict dynamics in a simulated mass-casualty incident with emergency medical response.Continue Reading
There are many problems that business researchers can help solve, from improving the global supply chain to creating clean energy and livable cities. At the University of Connecticut School of Business, we are committed to cutting-edge research that has the potential to impact our world in new and exciting ways. Continue Reading
UConn Ph.D. candidate Semin Park recently had a manuscript based on her qualifying paper accepted by the Academy of Management Review, titled, “A Network Conceptualization of Team Conflict.” Continue Reading
Knowing that your project partner used to own a business, earned a specialized degree, or is a technology genius can foster improved working partnerships.
But the fact that she likes chocolate ice cream, fast cars, and Major League Baseball isn’t essential to a productive business collaboration, and can even be detrimental to productivity.Continue Reading
Informal, on-the-job learning is a key component of workplace education, especially for promotion-focused employees who seek out opportunities that enable goal attainment. Continue Reading