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More about Emily Stiehl
Title: Clinical Assistant Professor
Specialization: Poverty & Work Outcomes, Organizational Behavior/Human Resources Research
Emily Stiehl is an Assistant Professor in Health Policy and Administration. She received her PhD in Organizational Behavior/Human Resources from the University of Pittsburgh where she was awarded an Ahlbrandt Sr. Fellowship. Prior to coming to UIC she worked as an Instructor and Research Assistant at Katz Graduate School of Business, Center for Health and Care Work at the University of Pittsburgh.
Professor Stiehl’s research examines how poverty affects work outcomes (e.g. job attachment, extra-role behavior and career development). Her work has appeared in academic publications such as Organization Science, Academic Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, The Gerontologist and Journal of Labor Relations. She received the prestigious Aspen Institute Award for Best Dissertation Proposal.
Professor Stiehl teaches Introduction to Organizational Behavior and Strategic Health Care Management.