Dr. Faezeh (Mehrafarid) Amirkamali
Assistant Professor of Management
Dr. Amirkamali is an Assistant Professor in the Management Department at Marist’s School of Management. Her research interests include work-life boundary management; work-life balance and technology issues; and diversity and cross-cultural differences. Dr. Amirkamali teaches Management of Organizational Change in the MBA program. At the undergraduate level, she teaches Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management.
PhD, Business Administration (Management Option), University of Texas at Arlington
Executive Master of Business Administration (Strategy)
Bachelor of Business Management
Research Interests/Areas of Focus
Work-life boundary management
Work-life balance and technology issues
Diversity and cross-cultural differences
Wayne, J. H., Vaziri, H., Casper, W. J., Lapierre, L., Greenhaus, J., Amirkamali, F., Li, Y. A Meta-Analytic Investigation of a Dual Pathway Model of Work-Family Balance. Journal of Applied Psychology, Under Review (R&R).
Zamani Moghaddam, A., & Amirkamali, F. (2013). Measuring The Relative Importance Of Strategic Thinking Dimensions In Relation To Counterproductive Behavior. Journal of Management Science Letters, 3(11), 2831-283
Amirkamali, F., Casper, W.J., & Griggs, T. (2018). “Support, Family-To-Work Conflict, And Physical Symptoms Among Low Income Workers”. Work-Family Research Network Conference, Washington D.C.
Amirkamali, F., Vaziri, H., Casper, W.J., Wayne, J.H., & Greenhaus, J.H. (2016). “Work-Life Balance, Its Antecedents And Outcomes: A Meta-Analysis”. Work-Family Research Network Conference, Washington D.C.
Awards and Honors
Dissertation Fellowship, University of Texas at Arlington, 2018
Dissertation Research Grant, University of Texas at Arlington, 2018
Dissertation Research Enhancement Grant, University of Texas at Arlington, 2018
Enhanced Doctoral Teaching Assistantship, University of Texas at Arlington, 2014-2018
Graduate Doctoral Teaching Fellowship, University of Texas at Arlington, 2014-2018
Carrizo Oil & Gas, Inc. Graduate Research Fellowship, 2014-2015