Faculty Interests

Faculty members involved with the Diversity Management program possess extensive experience and training in issues concerning human behavior, interactions, and systems. As nationally-and internationally-known educators and consultants, they have written and presented widely in the areas of diversity management and consultation, racial identity development, counseling diverse populations, legal and ethical issues affecting intervention, performance appraisal, team building, sexual harassment, conflict resolution, systems change strategies, and executive assessment and development.

Select Publications

CLASS Evolution of Peer Mentoring Program ILL

Going Plaid: Integrating Diversity into Business Strategy, Structure and Systems

Global Leadership Competence: A Cultural Intelligence Perspective

Changing Poison into Medicine Through Social Processes of “Finding Pathways Out”: The Rwandan Construction of a New Destiny in the Aftermath of the 1994 Genocide By Dr. Bibi Potts

An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of Positive Transformation: Fostering New Possibilities through High Quality Connections, Diversity, and Individual Transformation by Dr. Tim Ewing