Maura Mills

  • December 17th, 2018
Maura Mills
Experts, Faculty, Management, Management Ph.D. Faculty
Email: mjmills@culverhouse.ua.edu
Department:Management
Title:Associate Professor of Management
Phone:205-348-8921
Building:Hewson Hall
Office:3005
Education:Ph.D., Kansas State University
M.S., Kansas State University
B.A.S., Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts

Expertise

Business, Management, Work-Life Balance

Honors Achievements & Affiliations


Dr. Maura Mills has published approximately 30 articles in peer-refereed journals such as Human Relations, Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, International Journal of Human Resource Management, and Gender in Management, among others. She has also authored several book chapters and various industry publications, in addition to making a number of media appearances. Her recent edited book (Gender and the Work-Family Experience: An Intersection of Two Domains, 2015, Springer Publishing; https://www.springer.com/us/book/9783319088907 ), was met with wide praise and is being used as a textbook in relevant courses, as well as to guide future research at the intersection of work-family/gender. Dr. Mills is an active member of various professional organizations, including Academy of Management (AOM), Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP), and Work and Family Researchers' Network (WFRN), as well as a founding member of the Global Organization for Humanitarian Work Psychology (GOHWP), and Co-Founder of the WFRN Special Interest Group 'Work-Family and Gender.' She is also an active member of the SIOP Membership Committee and serves as a regular reviewer for various journals and conferences.

Focus and Current Research


Work-Family/Work-Life Interface

Gender In the Workplace

Employee Attitudes and Well-Being

Selected Publications


Mills, M. J., & Fullagar, C. J. (2017). Engagement within occupational trainees: Individual difference predictors and commitment outcome.  Journal of Vocational Behavior, 98, 35-45.

Mills, M. J., & Grotto, A. R. (2017). Who can have it all and how? An empirical examination of gender and work-life considerations among senior executives. Gender in Management: An International Journal, 32, 82-97.

Matthews, R. A., Mills, M. J., Trout, R., & English, L. (2014).  Family-supportive supervisor behaviors, work engagement, and subjective well-being: A contextually dependent mediated process. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 19, 168-181.

Mills, M. J., Matthews, R. A., Henning, J. B., & Woo, V. A. (2014).  Family-supportive organizations and supervisors: How do they influence employee outcomes and for whom? International Journal of Human Resource Management, 25, 1763-1785.

Culbertson, S. S., Mills, M. J., & Fullagar, C. J.  (2012). Work engagement and work-family facilitation: Making homes happier through positive affective spillover. Human Relations, 65, 1155-1177.

Mills, M. J., Culbertson, S. S., & Fullagar, C. J.  (2012). Conceptualizing and measuring engagement: An analysis of the Utrecht Work Engagement Scale. Journal of Happiness Studies, 13, 519-545

Culbertson, S. S., Fullagar, C. J., & Mills, M. J.  (2010). Feeling good and doing great: The relationship between psychological capital and well-being.  Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 15, 421-433.

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