Cody Cox, Ph.D. - 1923 COMMEMORATIVE AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING RESEARCH
From Liza Sanchez
1923 COMMEMORATIVE AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING RESEARCH
Cody Cox, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Cox received his Ph.D. from Rice University in 2010 and has taught undergraduate and graduate students in business and psychology programs. Cox teaches in the Industrial/ Organizational Psychology Graduate Program and the Greehey School of Business at
St. Mary’s University. He teaches graduate courses on training and development, multivariate statistics, organizational behavior, organizational psychology and human resource management. At the undergraduate level, he teaches courses on organizational behavior
and has taught courses on research methods, leadership, social psychology, psychological measurement and industrial/organizational psychology.
Cox won the National Society of Leadership and Success Excellence in Teaching Award in 2015. He joined St. Mary’s in 2016 after teaching at Texas A&M University-San Antonio and the University of Texas at Brownsville.
Since receiving his Ph.D., Cox has published 17 peer-reviewed empirical papers, given 40 presentations at regional and national professional conferences, one of which was awarded the Best Symposium by a division of the Academy of Management. His current research focuses on talent development and workplace diversity with an emphasis on issues related to the generational differences and the aging workforce.