Message from the Chair / Virtual Event: Recording of Racism, Policing, and Incarceration: Organizational & Occupational Perspectives

Dear OOW community,

We had a wonderful, thought provoking, virtual panel yesterday on Racism, Policing, and Incarceration: Organizational & Occupational Perspectives. This is the second of out three OOW virtual events series for the current academic year. Thank you panel participants and organizers: Heather Schoenfeld, Brittany Friedman, Armando Lara-Millán, Rashawn Ray, Michael Sierra-Arévalo, and Tim Bartley.  

The video of yesterday’s panel can be found here.

Our next OOW virtual event will take place on April 21, at 1:30pm-4:00pm EST, focusing on Diverse Approaches to Race and Racism in Research on Organizations, Occupations and Work. We will host a panel discussion on racialized organizations with Stella Nkomo, University of Pretoria, South Africa; Bobby Banerjee, Cass Business School, United Kingdom and Victor Ray, University of Iowa. The discussion will be followed by a paper presentations panel. The registration link for this event can be found here.

For more virtual events, access to awards, mentoring, Work in Progress Blog and additional OOW perks please renew your ASA and OOW membership. Faculty members – this is the time to give your students a gift membership to ASA and OOW, or to OOW if they are already ASA members. Student membership fees are low and the gift of belonging to a community is one the best gifts we can give to our students.

Have a wonderful weekend,

Alexandra

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