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«EDUCATION Purdue University Doctor of Philosophy, May 2004 Major: Organizational Behavior Minor: Human Resource Management Dissertation: Connecting ...»

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*Cook, A. & Glass, C. (September, 2014). Glass cliffs and organization saviors: Barriers to minority leadership in work organizations. Presented at the 2014 Utah State HR Crossroads Conference, Provo, UT.

*Cook, A. & Glass, C. (April, 2014). Women and minority leaders: What matters for promotion and success? Presented at the Center for Women and Gender Conference Series, Logan, UT.

Cook, A. (April, 2009). Women’s mobility in organizations: Hindrances and facilitators.

Invited address to the 8th Annual Women in Business Seminar, Logan, UT.

Cook, A. (November, 2008). Summary report of Strasbourg, France CIBER Program.

Invited address to the Rocky Mountain CIBER Network Meeting, Logan, UT.

GRANTS Cook, A. 2005. New Faculty Research Grant. “Influencing Factors of the Relationship Between the Availability of Work-family Policies and Positive Work Attitudes.” Primary Investigator. $14,489.

Cook, A. 2003. Purdue Research Foundation (PRF). “Connecting Work-Family Policies with Supportive Work Environments. $12,000.


 Researcher of the Year, Huntsman School of Business, Utah State University,  Researcher of the Year, Department of Management, Huntsman School of Business, Utah State University, 2016  Nominee for Honors Outstanding Professor award, Utah State University, 2016  Researcher of the Year, Department of Management, Huntsman School of Business, Utah State University, 2015  Women’s Leadership Research Best of 2014, Coles College of Business, Women’s Leadership Center, Kennesaw State University  Researcher of the Year, Department of Management, Huntsman School of Business, Utah State University, 2013  Western Academy of Management 2012, Best Paper Nominee  Western Academy of Management 2011, Ascendant Scholar Award  Western Academy of Management Conference 2009, Best Paper Nominee  Researcher of the Year, Department of Management, Huntsman School of Business, Utah State University, 2009  Teacher of the Year, Department of Management and Human Resources, Huntsman School of Business, Utah State University, 2008  Best Reviewer, Gender and Diversity in Organizations Division of the Academy of Management, 2008  Robert W. Johnson Award for Distinguished Research Proposal, Krannert School of Management, Purdue University, 2003  Distinguished Teaching Award, Krannert School of Management, Purdue University, 2002, 2003  Graduate Student Award for Outstanding Teaching, Purdue University, 2002


*Cook, A. & Glass, C. 2016. Authors interviewed about research on gender diversity on

the board of directors by:

 Samantha Allen of The Daily Beast, February, 2016.

*Cook, A. & Glass, C. 2016. Research on the gender composition of the board of

directors featured in the following sources:

 “Fortune 500 Women are LGBT Heroes” The Daily Beast.

Available at: http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2016/02/05/fortune-500women-are-lgbt-heroes.html  “Number of Women at Boardroom Level Influences whether a Company is LGBT-Friendly” Gay Star News.

Available at: http://www.gaystarnews.com/article/number-of-women-atboardroom-level-influences-whether-a-company-is-lgbt-friendly/#gs.pZtnmaw *Cook, A. & Glass, C. 2016. Research on glass cliffs, savior effects, and/or diversity of

top management featured in the following sources:

 “How Women and Minority Leaders can Avoid the Glass Cliff” Fast Company.

Available at: http://www.fastcompany.com/3058830/3-things-for-women-andminority-leaders-to-consider-before-taking-that-promotion *Cook, A. & Glass, C. 2015. Authors interviewed about research on glass cliffs and

savior effects by:

 Jillian Berman of The Huffington Post, January, 2015.

 Allison Prang of Bloomberg News, January, 2015.

*Cook, A. & Glass, C. 2015. Research on glass cliffs, savior effects, and/or diversity of

top management featured in the following sources:

 “Soon, Not Even 1 Percent of Fortune 500 Companies Will Have Black CEOs” The Huffington Post.

Available at: http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/6572074  “Do You Realize How Few Women CEOs Exist? These Executives Don’t” The Huffington Post.

Available at: http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/7771608  “The Advantages of a Diverse Board” Strategy + Business.

Available at: http://www.strategy-business.com/blog/The-Advantages-of-aDiverse-Board?gko=40f41  “Executive Positioned on “Glass Cliff” Forced Out CCTV America Available at: http://www.cctv-america.com/2015/08/14/executives-positioned-onglass-cliff-forced-out *Cook, A. & Glass, C. 2014. Authors interviewed about research on glass cliffs and

savior effects by:

 Debbi Gardiner McCullough of the UK Guardian, July 2014.

 Jillian Berman of The Huffington Post, June, 2014.

 Daniel Rosen of Voacativ, June, 2014.

 Heather Landy, Editor-and-Chief of American Banker Magazine, June, 2014.

 Tom Williams of Access Utah on Utah Public Radio, June 3, 2014  Shankar Vedantam of National Public Radio.

o Story and interview debuted on All Things Considered, May 19, 2014  Mike Cohen w/ 1320 WILS in Lansing, MI, May, 2014.

*Cook, A. & Glass, C. 2014. Research on glass cliffs and savior effects phenomena

featured in the following sources:

 “Secret Service Director Julia Pierson Was a Victim of the ‘Glass Gliff’” New Republic.

Available at: http://www.newrepublic.com/article/119675/julia-pierson-womenleaders-and-perils-glass-cliff  “Women CEOs: Why Companies in Crisis Hire Minorities – and Then Fire Them” The Guardian.

Available at: http://www.theguardian.com/sustainablebusiness/2014/aug/05/fortune-500-companies-crisis-woman-ceo-yahoo-xerox-jcpenny-economy  “Why We Hire Women and Minorities to Clean Up Our Messes” The Huffington Post.

Available at: http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/5538167  “If a Firm Declines Under a Female or Minority CEO, a White Male ‘Savior’ Will Soon Arrive” Harvard Business Review’s The Daily Stat.

Available at: http://blogs.hbr.org/2014/06/if-a-firm-declines-under-a-female-orminority-ceo-a-white-male-savior-will-soon-arrive/  “Why Women CEOs are Fired More Often Than Men” The Huffington Post.

Available at: http://huff.to/1kMIGHi  “Spotlight on Implicit Bias: Diversity Contributes to Women Leaders” American Bar Association.

Available at: http://www.americanbar.org/groups/litigation/initiatives/task-forceimplicit-bias/spotlight.html  “Gender Quotas in Business: Helpful or Hurtful?” U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation.

Available at: http://www.uschamberfoundation.org/blog/post/gender-quotasbusiness-helpful-or-hurtful/41498  “Women in Danger of Falling Off the Glass Cliff” Australia’s Daily Telegraph.

Available at: http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/opinion/women-in-dangerof-falling-off-the-glass-cliff/story-fnj45f3dnk=6f0209c389815e6ec4e90475797f8d6a  “Women, Leadership and the ‘Glass Cliff’: Research Roundup” Journalist’s Resource.

Available at: http://journalistsresource.org/studies/society/gender-society/womenleadership-glass-cliff-research-roundup#  “Woman Picked for City’s Worst Job” Seattle’s The Stranger.

Available at: http://www.thestranger.com/seattle/woman-picked-for-citys-worstjob/Content?oid=19604518  “Who Gets Put in Charge When Businesses are Doing Poorly” Think Progress Available at: http://thinkprogress.org/economy/2014/07/14/3459701/glass-cliffwhite-savior-ceo/  “Why Women CEOs are Fired More Often Than Men” Bloomberg View.

Available at: http://www.bloombergview.com/articles/2014-04-29/why-womenceos-get-fired-more-often  “You’ve Broken the Glass Ceiling! Now Watch Out for the Glass Cliff” Profiles in Diversity Journal.

Available at: http://www.diversityjournal.com/13491-youve-broken-glass-ceilingnow-watch-glass-cliff/  “Silicon Valley's ‘Glass Cliff’. If Jill Abramson's firing was the result of the Glass Cliff, what's going on in Silicon Valley?” Vatornews.

Available at: http://vator.tv/news/2014-05-22-silicon-valleys-glass-cliff  “Falling Off the ‘Glass Cliff’: Are Female and Minority CEOs Being Set Up to Fail?” Portland Press Herald.

Available at: http://contributors.pressherald.com/business/on-the-job/falling-glasscliff-female-minority-ceos-set-fail-2/ *Cook, A. & Glass, C. 2013. Authors interviewed about research on glass cliffs and savior effects by: Black Enterprise Magazine, HR Magazine, Utah Public Radio, Associations Now, Ogden Standard Examiner, Logan Herald Journal *Cook, A. & Glass, C. 2013. Research on glass cliffs and savior effects phenomena

featured in the following sources:

 “Are Women and Minority Leaders Set Up to Fail?” Black MBA Women.

Available at: http://www.blackmbawomen.com/are-women-and-minority-leadersset-up-to-fail/  “Watch Out for the ‘Glass Cliff’” Society for Human Resource Management.

Available at:

http://www.shrm.org/publications/hrmagazine/editorialcontent/2013/0913/pages/0 913-execbrief.aspx  “Study Suggests Women and Minorities Being Set Up to Fail in Corporate America’” Bustle.

Available at: http://www.bustle.com/articles/2873-study-suggests-women-andminorities-being-set-up-to-fail-in-corporate-america.

 “Utah State Research Examines University Hiring Practices Regarding Black Coaches’” The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education.

Available at: http://www.jbhe.com/2013/08/utah-state-research-examinesuniversity-hiring-practices-regarding-black-coaches/  “Sponsorship: More Challenging for Multicultural Women” by Mary-Frances Winters.

Available at: http://www.theinclusionsolution.me/sponsorship-more-challengingfor-multicultural-women-part-2/  “Women and Minorities Often Don’t Last Long in High Ranking Positions” by Kimberly Gedeon. Madame Noire.

Available at: http://madamenoire.com/287679/women-and-minorities-often-dontlast-long-in-high-ranking-positions/  “Are Women and Minority Leaders Set Up To Fail?” by Mark Athitakis.

Associations Now.

Available at: http://associationsnow.com/2013/07/are-women-and-minorityleaders-set-up-to-fail/  “Eye on Diversity: Women and Minorities are Important to Associations.” By Liarissa Fair. Avectra Blog.

Available at: http://blog.avectra.com/tag/christy-glass/ *Cook, A. & Glass, C. 2013. Research on gender, race/ethnicity and leadership featured

in the following sources:

 “Diversity Contributes to Women Leaders.” American Bar Association’s “Spotlight on Implicit Bias”.

Available at: http://www.americanbar.org/groups/litigation/initiatives/task-forceimplicit-bias/spotlight.html  “Why Diversity Matters.” Catalyst.

Available at:



Jon M. Huntsman School of Business, Utah State University 3555 Old Main Hill, Logan, UT 84322

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Purdue University, German International Graduate School of Management and Administration 8/2003 – 10/2003 Hanover, Germany Visiting Professor, Organizational Behavior (MBA) *In 2003, Financial Times ranked program 14th Krannert School of Management, Purdue University 8/2000 – 8/2003 1310 Krannert Building, West Lafayette, IN 47907 Instructor, Introduction to Organizational Behavior Instructor, Management of Human Resources


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International Atomic Energy Agency, United Nations 1/1993 – 6/1993 Wagramer Strasse 5, A-1400 Vienna, Austria Intern, Treasury and Finance Division


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