Welcome to the Work Science Center’s Speaker Series!
Dr. French speaks on biological outcomes of work demands and work-family conflict experiences.
Dr. Ken Catchpole speaks on task, team, and technology integration in high technology teams.
Dr. Gerald Ford speaks on the implications of moral organizational behavior for employee beliefs, motivation, and well-being.
Dr. David Blustein is a professor in Boston College’s Department of Counseling, Developmental, and Education Psychology. Dr. Blustein spoke about the dichotomous purposes for which individuals work: to survive or to feel accomplished.
Dr. Sonit Bafna, Associate Professor in Georgia Tech’s School of Architecture, presented three studies showing the effect of unit organization on the amount of time nurses spend in patients’ rooms, the association between apartment layout and depression, and the relationship between thought and design in architecture.