INVITED TALKS

Leigh, A. & Desai, S. (2018). What’s Race Got to Do With It? The Interactive Effect of Race and Gender on Negotiation Outcomes. Flash Talk Presented at the Harvard Business School Annual Gender and Work Symposium, Cambridge, MA.

PEER REVIEWED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

 

Leigh, A. & Desai, S. (2019). (Symposium co-organizer) What’s Race Got to Do With It? The Interactive Effect of Race and Gender on Negotiation Outcomes. Paper presented during a Symposium at the 77th Academy of Management Conference, Boston, MA.

  • MOC Showcase Symposium

O’Neill, O., Leigh, A., & Stillwell, E. (2019) Song of Sorrow: A longitudinal study of work-related grief and its impact on work relationships during organizational change. Paper presented at the Positive Organizational Scholarship Research Conference, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Leigh, A. & Desai, S. (2019). What’s Race Got to Do With It? The Interactive Effect of Race and Gender on Negotiation Outcomes. Paper presented during a Symposium at the Annual Society for Personality and Social Psychology Convention, Portland, OR.

  • Paper Awarded Outstanding Student Researcher Award at the SPSP Convention

Leigh, A. & Desai, S. (2018). What’s Race Got to Do With It? The Interactive Effect of Race and Gender on Negotiation Outcomes. Paper presented during a Symposium at the Annual International Association of Conflict Management Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Leigh, A. & Melwani S. (2018) Election Hangover: The Influence of Societal Events on Motivation at Work. Poster Presented at the Annual Society for Personality and Social Psychology Convention, Atlanta, GA.

  • Awarded Best Student Poster Award at the Self and Identity Pre-conference

Leigh, A. (2017) (Symposium organizer) Should Black Women get Angry? The Impact of Race and Gender on Perceptions of Women and Counterstereotypic Behavior. Paper Presented at a Symposium during the 75th Academy of Management Conference, Atlanta, GA.

  • GDO Showcase Symposium

Leigh, A. & Melwani, S. (2017) Did you Read the News Today? Evidence from the 2016 Presidential Election on the Influence of Mega-Events on behaviors at work. Paper Presented at the Carolina Research in Social and Personality Psychology Conference, Durham, NC.