2010 Gender in the Workplace Research Competition
The research projects from our 2010 Gender in the Workplace Research Competition are listed below. The titles link to the students’ executive summaries and the following link leads to the students’ powerpoint presentations.
- Jennifer Bradley Heflin, Colleen Newman, Kelly O’Brien, and Brooke Ybarra. The Female Compiler Phenomenon: Women Choosing Critical, but Invisible Roles in Small Groups (ppt)
- Crystal Ding, Sarah Haynes, Eileen Linaberry, and Lauren Murray. Leadership Initiatives for Effective Work-Life Integration (ppt)
- Claire Charamnac, and Lindsey Dooner. The “Change” Generation: How College-Aged Voters Perceive Gender in Political Leadership (ppt)
- Aleksandra Trpkovska. Women Entrepreneurs: Anecdotes Based on Their Hiring Preferences (ppt)
2009 Gender in the Workplace Research Competition
The research projects from our 2009 Gender in the Workplace Research Competition are listed below. The titles link to the students’ executive summaries and the following link (when available) leads to the students’ powerpoint presentations.
- Lauren Alfrey and Gillian Brooks. E-Leadership: How are Women Using Communication Technologies as a Means of Influencing Audiences?
- Miriam Chiume and Tochukwu Okasi Nwozo. Gender and diversity in hiring evaluations: How perceptions of gender, prestige, race and socioeconomic status can influence hiring decisions.
- Christina M. Coloroso and Sarah M. Upton. Gender, Politics, and the Media: Female Governors’ Executive Approach to Reproductive Rights (ppt)
- Morgan Loosi, Kristine Quinio, and Francesca Tripodi. Inconceivable construction: A Woman and a Politician Examining Discourses of Female Opinion-Makers (ppt)
- Marni Myers, Sonia Checchia, Sarah Haynes, and Colleen Waterston. “Miss” Negotiation: Implications for Women Leaders of Today and Tomorrow (ppt)
- Wendy Matos-Lurquin. Negotiation Assertiveness and the Potential for Gendered Backlash.