Special Interest Groups Directory

Special Interest Groups Directory

Our Special Interest Groups serve as an online, interactive, group space designed to allow University-affiliated researchers to connect over specific research interests.

Each group is publicly visible and registered users can participate in as many of these special interest groups as they like. To join, log in and clicking the 'subscribe' button on the left-side of the group's home page. 

Cultural Conflict in the Workplace Research Community

The Cultural Conflict in the Workplace research community explores the issues and challenges in finding effective knowledge and solutions in the workplace. The workplace may differ depending on the nature of work being done. This may be in an office or in the field.

Cultural Impact on Global Business Research Group

The vision of the Cultural Evolution Through Globalization Lab is to be the leader in global cultural studies for researchers from all University Research Centers interested in the group’s topics in order to contribute to the academic and professional future of a global economic community.

Gender and Gender Identity in the Workplace Research Group

The Gender and Gender Identity in the Workplace Research Group is a collaborative group of individuals from different disciplines who are interested in exploring the direct and indirect influences of gender and gender identity in the workplace.

Research Methodology Group

This cross-disciplinary community consists of a committee of methodologists and members who are interested in social science research methods and designs.

Research Support

Researcher Support is run by the Office of Scholarship Support. If you do not find what you are looking for, let us know! We are always looking to our researchers for new supports to offer.

SAS Alumni Special Interest Group

We are dedicated to providing School of Advanced Studies (SAS) Alumni Scholarly Advancement, Professional Development, and networking opportunities for alumni of the School of Advanced Studies.

SOLAR Research Group

SOLAR stands for Sales & Marketing, Organizational Behavior, Leadership, Action, and Retention. SOLAR creates energy through networking opportunities and exploring the potential within the group’s membership to create innovative research outcomes in the areas of sales/marketing, organizational behavior, leadership, action-oriented outcomes, and retention of human capital.

Special Interest Group for Engaged Learning

This SIG is designed to foster collaborative workshops between SAS and College of Education faculty. Developed by University Research Chair Mansureh Kebritchi, Ph.D.; Senior Fellow David Proudfoot, Ed.D.; Fellow Medgar Roberts, Ed.D.

Spirituality in the Workplace Research Group

Through collaborative research, the Spirituality in the Workplace Research group will provide the knowledge and skills needed to provide best practices to improve understandings of spirituality and its impact on organizational cultures and environments.

Virtual Interconnectivity Lab

Our research will seek to develop a greater understanding of the ways in which workers improve a condition, quality, or typology of being connected together.

Women and Leadership Research Group

The Women and Leadership Research Group is a community of scholar/practitioners engaged in furthering knowledge about and potentiating women’s leadership.