Hoda Vaziri, PhD
I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Management at University of North Texas. Prior to joining UNT, I was a postdoctoral fellow at Purdue University for two years, working with Dr. Louis Tay. I received my PhD in Management from University of Texas, Arlington (2017), where I studied under the supervision of Dr. Marcus Butts. I also hold a MS in Human Resource Management from the University of Texas, Arlington.
My primary research interests are in the areas of work-nonwork interface, individual multiple identities, and quantitative methods. My research within the stream of work-nonwork interface investigates conceptualizing and measuring work-nonwork balance, extending the work-family conflict literature across culture, time, and level-of-analysis, and understanding how leisure activities interact with work experience. My second substantive research on individual’s multiple identities emphasizes the importance of considering an expansive set of identities, in addition to situational factors, when exploring the role of self-concept on employee outcomes. These two substantive research areas heavily rely on my passion for and expertise in advanced quantitative methods, including longitudinal and change modeling, multilevel modeling, meta-analysis, time series analysis, and social network analysis.