Dr. Sujin K. Horwitz teaches strategic human resources, organizational behavior and management theory.
Her research includes team diversity and outcomes, cross-cultural human resources issues, and leadership training in multidisciplinary settings.
Doctor of Philosophy - Education-Work, Community & Family Education - University of Minnesota (2004)
Master of Arts - Human Resources & Industrial Relations - University of Minnesota (2000)
Bachelor of Science - Management - University of Maryland (1998)
"Teaching Globalization Globally and Virtually." Journal of International Business Education (2014)
"Knowledge sharing in global virtual team collaboration: Applications of CE and thinkLets" Knowledge Management Research & Practice (2012)
"Small is Beautiful: Implications of Reliability and Statistical Power for Testing the Efficacy of HR Interventions" Human Resource Management (2012)
This fall, University of St. Thomas Houston will award a $500 scholarship to undergraduate students – new, existing or transfer. The $500 award will be applied to fall tuition.
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