On April 14, 2018, Dr. Kimberly Underwood, University Research Chair of the Center for Workplace Diversity and Inclusion Research, presented the results of her research on organizational diversity socialization (ODS) and new employee learning and engagement at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2018 Annual Meeting in New York, New York. AERA is the largest national interdisciplinary research association devoted to the scientific study of education and learning.
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Congratulations to Dr. Kimberly Underwood, University Research Chair of the Center for Workplace Diversity and Inclusion Research.
Kimberly recently completed her program, Executive Certificate in Strategic Diversity and Inclusion Management, and received full certification from Georgetown University.
The Cultural Conflict in the Workplace research community is one of the longest standing SIGS within the university. They have continuously managed to work together as a research family while continuing to generate relevant scholarship.
Drs. Daniel Roberts and Kimberly Underwood presented at the 9th Annual TQR Conference in Fort Lauderdale , Florida. Daniel presented his paper, "Modifying the Qualitative Delphi Technique to Develop the Female Soldier Support Model." The paper of the same name was also published in the The Qualitative Report, January 15th, Issue 23 (1). The paper is a methodology article and a good read for anyone who wants to learn how to use the Delphi technique.
Learn more about the center's research agenda and affiliates with two, new, brief videos.
Congratulations to our own Dr. Doreen McGunagle for her paper presentation at the British Academy of Management! Below is a summary of her presentation:
Title: Sustainability: Exploring Gaps in Higher Education
Authors: Dr. Laura Zizka and Dr. Doreen McGunagle
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Herman van Niekerk, PhD, authored an opinion piece for University of Stellenbosch Business School Blog in South Africa, his doctoral alma mater. The piece was titled, "Revisiting leadership development in a digital age," and can be accessed at the link below.
Congratulations to CWDIR member, Dr. Daniel Roberts! Within the annual Knowledge without Boundaries Academy symposium, he was honored as one of the 2017 Dissertation of the Year winners (pictured here with his dissertation chair, Joann Kovacich).
Center Member Alumnus, Dr. Crystal J. Davis of the Workplace Diversity and Inclusion Research Center published the first volume of a series of seven books with Palgrave's MacMillan's Leadership and Followership Series.