Dr. Andrea Lopez (PhD, Temple University) is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Human Resource Management at the Fox School of Business, Temple University. Before returning to teach at Temple University, Dr. Lopez was a faculty member at Philadelphia University.
Dr. Lopez’s research interests include organizational justice, motivation and organizational commitment. In addition to teaching compensation management and business ethics, Dr. Lopez regularly pursues independent study projects with students and is committed to student professional development. She serves as a faculty advisor to the student chapter of the Society of Human Resource Management, and is actively involved in programming to maintain the strong connection alumni have to the department and the current student body.
- Blau, G., Monos, C., Lopez, A., Boyer, E., Davis, K., Flanagan, R., Lan, T. & Konda, S. (2012). “Exploring Correlates of Work Exhaustion and Physical Exhaustion For a Sample of Massage Therapists and Body Workers” Career Development International, 17(5), 414-434
- Chapman, S., Blau, G., Pred, R., Lopez, A., 2009. “Correlates of Intent to Leave Job Versus Intent to Leave Profession for Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics” Career Development International Journal, 14(5), 487-503.
- Blau, G., Chapman, S., Pred, R., Lopez, A., 2009. “Can a Four-Dimensional Model of Occupational Commitment Help to Explain Emergency Medical Service Intent to Leave Occupation?” Journal of Allied Health, 38, (3), 177-186.
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- HRM 3511: Compensation Management
- BA 3102: Business Society and Ethics
- BA 3902: Honors, Business Society and Ethics
Organizational commitment, Organizational justice, Motivation