I'm Greg, a doctoral candidate in Organization Studies at the Carroll School of Management at Boston College. My research focuses on how to foster meaning and creativity at work; I study how these dynamics play out across individuals, groups, and organizations. Some of my current projects include research on how early career experiences influence creativity for designers and accountants, how craftspeople find meaning in their work through tradition, and how NFL players develop relationships in a context of uncertainty and competition. See my Research page or my CV for more information about my current projects.

Prior to my doctoral studies, I completed a B.S. in Psychology, with a minor in Spanish, at Brigham Young University. I also lived in Spain for two years as a missionary for his church. I enjoy spending my free time playing the guitar, playing with my wife and daughter, and puzzling through the mysteries bread baking. 







Contact Information


E-mail: fetzerg@bc.edu

Phone: 801-602-3103

Office: Fulton Hall, Room 345



Boston College

Fulton Hall, Room 430

140 Commonwealth Avenue

Chestnut Hill, MA 02467