FALL 2020 - SPRING 2021
Dr. Lucy Headrick is an assistant professor in the School of Management at San Jose State University. She received her Ph.D. in Human Resources and Industrial Relations from the University of Illinois. She teaches HR courses and enjoys mentoring students. Her research examines the effect of work stress on health, work engagement, and performance. Through her research, her overarching goal is help organizations understand how mental and physical health translate into better performance. Her research has been published in leading journals such as Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Organizational Behavior, and Journal of Business and Psychology. Beyond her academic work, Dr. Headrick has worked as a data analytics consultant at Illumia, a research scientist at the Illinois Fire Service Institute, and has been involved in union organizing as well as the “Fight for 15” campaign.
Miwa Y. Merz
Miwa Y. Merz is an Associate Professor of Marketing in the Department of Marketing & Business Analytics at San José State University. Miwa has provided offline as well as online learning opportunities for our Marketing as well as non-Marketing majors and has taught Introduction to Marketing, Consumer Behavior, Services Marketing, and Quantitative Business Analysis at the undergraduate level and Business Research and Marketing Management at the graduate level. Her current research interests are in the area of Healthcare Marketing, Cross-Cultural Marketing, and Marketing Communications. Miwa has published her research in the Journal of Business and Educational Leadership, Journal of Business and Behavioral Sciences, Journal of Global Scholars of Marketing Science, Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health, Health Communication, and Journal of Intercultural Communication Research.
Elizabeth Mullen is an Associate Professor of Management at San Jose State University. Her research uses experimental social psychological methods to investigate questions involving justice and ethics. In particular, her work on organizational justice investigates the roles that people’s emotions, values, and moral convictions play in shaping their perceptions of fairness and reactions to transgressions. In addition, her work on ethics focuses on how individuals regulate and evaluate their own and others’ ethical behavior. Elizabeth’s research has appeared in numerous scholarly journals and has been funded by grants from the National Science Foundation and the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues. She is an Associate Editor of Social Justice Research and has served on the editorial boards of the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Social Psychological and Personality Science, and Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy. Prior to joining the School of Management at SJSU in 2015, she was an Associate Professor of Management at George Washington University from 2013 – 2015, an Assistant and Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior at the Stanford Graduate School of Business from 2006-2013, and a post-doctoral fellow at the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University from 2004-2006. She received her PhD in social psychology from the University of Illinois at Chicago.