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Toschia M. Hogan, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Department of Management


Education

Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior, Georgia Institute of Technology
eMBA, Northwestern University
B.S. in Management Information Systems, Rochester Institute of Technology 

Research Interests

Dr. Hogan’s research examines how leader-follower interactions and intergroup relations shape workplace environments, organizational policies, and practices.  She is keenly interested in how these interactions affect work outcomes for employees, especially women, minorities, and people with disabilities.  In the second stream of research, Dr. Hogan investigates how and when disruptive events (crises) impact employees and organizations.

Her research appears in journals such as Personnel Psychology and Organizational Psychology Review.  She teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in Human Resource Management, Leadership, and Organizational Behavior.

Professional Experience

Director, New Products, Worldwide Supply Chain & Operations - Johnson & Johnson

Publications and Media Placements

Chen, Y., Tang, G., Liu, D., & Hogan, T.M. 2020. Workplace events and employee creativity: A multi-study field investigation. Personnel Psychology. https://doi.org/10.1111/peps.12399

Johnson, T.D., Joshi, A., & Hogan, T.M. 2020. On the front lines of disclosure: A conceptual framework of disclosure events. Organizational Psychology Review, 10 (3- 4), 201-222.

Professional Organizations and Associations

  • Academy of Management
  • Southern Management Association
  • Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology
  • Ph.D. Project (MDSA)