Associate Professor of Management
Related Research Interests
My research and teaching interests center on how we work with experiences of difference in organizational settings. My current research project is focused on learning about how dominant group members who are “diversity aware” cultivate the ability for high quality cross-identity work interactions. For the first part of this research I am focusing on cross- race work relationships. I am currently interviewing white people about specific work situations in which they become aware of race in their cross-race work relationships, exploring how they stay engaged in open, authentic, productive ways with their colleagues of color.
- Stewart, Marcus M, Crary, Marcy, Humberd, Beth K. “Teaching Value in Diversity: On the folly of espousing inclusion, while practicing inclusion,” Academy of Management Learning and Education, vol. 7, no. 3, 374-386, 2008.
- Chapter with Duncan Spelman, “Anatomy of a Colleagueship: Collaborations In and Out of the Classroom,” in Researchers Hooked on Teaching, edited by Rae Andre and Peter Frost, Sage Publications, l996.
- Sections in Teaching About Diversity: Listening to the Soul and Speaking from the Heart, edited by Joan Gallos and Jean Ramsey, Jossey-Bass, l996.
- Marcy Crary, “Managing Attraction and Intimacy at Work,” Organizational Dynamics, Vol. 15, No. 4, Spring l987, pp. 26-41.