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Laura Kauzlarich


Assistant Professor of Business Administration

Department: Department of Business
Phone: 712-279-5464
Email: Laura.Kauzlarich@briarcliff.edu
Office Location: Heelan Hall 134


Education

  • BS, Accounting, Illinois State University
  • MBA, University of Queensland
  • Ph.D., Business, Creighton University (expected Dec. 2018)
  • Masters in Christian Spirituality (expected in Aug. 2018)

Scholarship

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Kauzlarich-Mizaur, L., Taylor, R. & Greenwood, M. (2018). Domestic violence (DV), the workplace and the potential role of corporate social responsibility (CSR): A systematic review and conceptual analysis paper presented at the 10th Biennial Gender, Work and Organization Conference in Sydney, Australia.

Kauzlarich-Mizaur, L. (2018). Domestic violence at home, creativity at work: The effect of domestic violence on workplace creativity among its survivors presented at the Domestic Violence-Workplace Research Workshop in Sydney, Australia.

PUBLICATIONS

Kauzlarich, L. (Forthcoming). Creative Capacity: Build Yourself. A textbook and workbook designed to enhance one’s creative capacity. Kendall Hunt.

UNDER REVIEW

Kauzlarich-Mizaur, L., Taylor, R. & Greenwood, M. Double jeopardy: Domestic violence as a workplace issue. Under review with the Academy of Management Annals

WORK IN PROCESS

Kauzlarich-Mizaur, L. Domestic violence at home, creativity at work: The effect of domestic violence on workplace creativity among its survivors. Current status: Writing. Target journal: Journal of Organizational Behavior.

Kauzlarich-Mizaur, L. The role of emotion in worker role identity development for victims of domestic violence: Jesuit spirituality as a tool towards empowerment. Current status: Writing. Target journal: Trauma, Violence & Abuse.

Kauzlarich-Mizaur, L. & Lux, D. What drives best practices financial behavior?: A longitudinal analysis of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority’s (FINRA) national financial capability study. Current status: Writing. Target journal: Journal of Financial Counseling & Planning.

Kauzlarich-Mizaur, L. & Briggs, K. Income inequality and cigarette consumption: A closer look. Current status: Writing. Target journal: Applied Economics Letters.