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Anne M. McMahon, Ph.D.
|Anne M. McMahon, Ph.D.|
|Title||Professor of Management|
|Expertise||Teaching graduate and undergraduate students in human and organizational behavior; training and consulting on diversity in the workplace|
|Current Organization||Youngstown State University, Dept. of Management, College of Business Administration|
|Type of Organization||University|
|Major Product||Higher education, research on workplace diversity issues|
|Area of Distribution||International|
|University/Degree||B.A., Sociology, 1965, University of Portland, OR; M.A., 1967 and Ph.D., Sociology and Psychology, 1970, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI|
|Born||August 13, 1943, Portland, Oregon|
|Honors & Awards||Numerous including, The Youngstown Business and Professional Women's Club has named its annual college scholarship The Anne McMahon Y.B.P.W. Scholarship; YSU Annual Diversity Award for Distinguished Service, for work with Partners for Workplace Diversity, 2003-04; YSU Distinguished Professorship Award for Public Service, 2003, 2007; One Vision One Voice Spirit of Activism Award, Ohio Business and Professional Women, 2002; Sophia Award, Women's Studies Program, YSU, 2002|
|Published Works||20 articles, book reviews, numerous conference papers and community presentations on workplace diversity topics|
|Affiliations||Established Partners for Workplace Diversity in 1997 (an organization of 25 business organizations committed to developing diversity initiatives); Society for Human Resource Management, National Workplace Diversity Committee; President, Youngstown Business & Professional Women; Academy of Management; American Sociological Association; League of Women Voters|
|Career Accomplishments||She has been recognized for her teaching and service and for her published articles in interdisciplinary books and journals focusing on diversity, organizational behavior processes and voluntary participation; She reviews for several journals and professional associations in Management, consults to non-profit organizations, serves on several boards and has participated in management training programs with regional businesses|
|Work History||Full Professor of Management/Graduate Faculty Member, 1985-present, Associate Professor of Management, 1983-85, Williamson School of Business Administration, Youngstown State University; Associate Professor of Sociology and Director of Ph.D. Program in Sociology, 1977-83, University of Rochester, NY; Assistant Professor of Sociology and Member of the Organizations Training Faculty, 1970-77, Stanford University, CA; Visiting Professor of Sociology, 1979-80, Instructor of Sociology, 1969-70, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI: Related experience: Visiting Scholar, Stanford Center for Organizations Research, Fall 1992; Visiting Scholar, Dept. of Sociology, Cornell University, Spring 1993|
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