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Emory Healthcare/Emory University Postdoctoral Scholar Micro Organizational Behavior in United States

Goizueta Business School at Emory University in Atlanta, GA, invites applications for a 2-year postdoctoral scholar position in micro Organizational Behavior, to be housed within the Organization & Management area at Goizueta. The position will involve teaching 2 class sections, for which mentorship and materials will be provided. Research collaboration with the current faculty, and involvement in Goizueta’s intellectual community, is also expected. Interested candidates are encouraged to submit materials no later than January 21, 2024.

The Organization & Management area at Goizueta Business School is a research-active, interdisciplinary group of both micro- and macro-oriented scholars. We invite you to learn more about our group at . Our tenure-track faculty members with a micro orientation include Andrea Dittmann, Emily Bianchi, Catarina Fernandes, Erika Hall, Jill Perry-Smith, and Melissa Williams; our tenure-track faculty members with a macro orientation include Rob Kazanjian, Ozgecan Kocak, Wes Longhofer, Giacomo Negro, Abraham Oshotse, Peter Roberts, Anand Swaminathan, and L.G. Thomas. Questions may be directed to any members of our group.

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