Faculty Profile

Dr. Elizabeth Boyd

Dr. Elizabeth Boyd

Assistant Professor
Director of Research, Women's Leadership Center
Management & Entrepreneurship
  • PhD - Michigan State University
  • Certification in College Teaching - Michigan State University
  • Masters of Arts - Michigan State University
  • BS - Central Michigan University
eboyd17@kennesaw.edu
470-578-2502
Burruss Building 327

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Research Interest
  • Managing People Gender and the Workplace Unconscious Bias Work-Life Issues Statistics and Measurement Research Design Gender Issues
Presentations
  • Southern Management Association Conference - It's All Relative: Social Comparison and Work-Family Conflict
  • Academy of Management - Low Resources, Low Demands: Fast Food Jobs and Work Family Conflict
  • Academy of Management - Shining a Light on Overlooked and Understudied Workers in Work-Family Research
  • Work Family Researchers Network - Managing Invisible Boundaries: How "Smart" is Smartphone Use in the Work and Home Domains?
  • Work Family Researchers Network - The Relationship between work-family conflict and BMI among low-wage workers
Awards and Honors
  • Working Paper Award - Winners were selected based on feedback by the Coles Working Paper Series Editorial Board and several other anonymous reviewers from all the departments that participated in this initiative. Winners receive a cash prize of 500 dollars and research support of 500 dollars. - March
  • Outstanding Contribution Award - Accomplishments and dedication in support of diversity and making Kennesaw State University a more inclusive and welcoming environment - March
  • Pre Doctoral Track Best Paper Award - Award for best paper led by pre-doctoral authors. - November
  • Early Career Work-Family Scholar - The Early Career Work-Family Scholar program recognizes new PhDs in the field of work-family research and provides them with the opportunity to network with other work-family scholars. - August

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