As part of Michigan Technological University’s Visiting Women and Minority Lecturer/Scholar Series, the School of Business and Economics will welcome Alice Stuhlmacher to campus April 1st – 3rd, 2013. During the visit, Stuhlmacher will visit classes in the School of Business and Economics as well as the department of Cognitive Learning Sciences. Faculty and student groups will participate in presentations and round table discussions throughout the visit.
The campus community is invited to attend an open presentation titled, “Gender in Negotiation: Lessons for Men and Women.” The event will take place on Wednesday, April 3, 2012 at 1pm in the Alumni Room of the Memorial Union Building.
Alice F. Stuhlmacher is a Professor of Psychology at DePaul University in Chicago. Her research interests include negotiation and conflict in organizations, particularly relating to gender, labor mediators, and virtual communication. She has been active in applying meta-analyses to summarize existing research and has also published research relating to personality, workplace safety, and decision making. Her Ph.D. is from Purdue University in Industrial-Organizational Psychology. She has served as program director of the Ph.D. program in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and as affiliated faculty in the M.S. in Human Resources at DePaul’s Graduate School of Business. In addition to conference presentations and publishing, she has been an invited speaker to various groups such as Women in Science, Women in Business, Georgetown University’s Gender in the Workplace Research Initiative, and Harvard University’s Gender in Negotiation Research Seminar, and is excited to join us to discuss gender issues in the workplace.
Stuhlmacher’s visit is part of the Visiting Women and Minority Lecturer/Scholar Series. This event is funded by the Michigan Tech President’s Office and a grant to the Office for Institutional Diversity for the State of Michigan’s King-Chavez-Parks Initiative.
For more information about Alice Stuhlmacher, see her profile on the DePaul University website.