Initiating Organizational Change Through A Diversity Team Project
This paper investigates the efforts of a team of diversity researchers in leading university organizational change to embed diversity efforts.
||Diversity team, University organizational change, Benchmarking, Small grants program
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 5, Issue 9, pp.131-134.
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Dr Peggy S. Meszaros is the William E. Lavery Professor of Human Development and Director of the Center for Information Technology Impacts on Children, Youth and Families. She is the former Senior Vice President and Provost and Dean of Human Resources at Virginia Tech. She received her degrees from Austin Peay State University, the University of Kentucky and University of Maryland, College Park. During the 26 years of her work in high education, her research interests have focused on positive youth development, leadership, human ecological, family and gender issues. She has published over 80 scholarly articles and book chapters and received numerous grants. She is currently a Co-Investigator on the NSF funded research grant, " ITR/PE Women in Information Technology: Pivotal Transitions from School to Careers," and the Principal Investigator on the grant, "The Psychosocial Risk Factors and Prevention Strategies for Adolescent Female Smokers in Virginia," funded by the Virginia Tobacco Settlement Foundation. She has received many honors and awards including being named a Truman Scholar Mentor at Oklahoma State University and being inducted into the University of Kentucky Distinguished Hall of Fame.
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