Cody Bok is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Doerr Institute for New Leaders. Cody works on the measurement team to help evaluate the effectiveness of the Doerr Institute’s leadership training and development efforts. He also helps to manage the datasets, tracks participation, and develops internal coaching reports for the Doerr Institute’s professional coaches. Cody enjoys creating unique research ideas to further expand upon the Doerr Institute’s impact at Rice and beyond.
Prior to joining the Doerr Institute, Cody was a doctoral student at the University of Houston and graduated in May 2019 with his Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology. His dissertation focused on developing and assessing a health-specific form of transformational leadership. Cody also spent three years teaching psychological statistics and introduction to industrial-organizational psychology at the undergraduate level, both in-person and online.
Cody graduated from The Ohio State University with research distinction in psychology. He still enjoys cheering for the Buckeyes every football season. Cody has lived abroad in London, England, for two years with his wife, Nicole Bok.