GS3 Speakers

Dr Rosalind Chow

Dr Chow, Gender Summit speaker

Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior and Theory, Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University, USA.

Rosalind Chow is Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior and Theory at the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University.  Her main research interests are perceptions of justice, social hierarchies, intergroup relations and moral emotions.

Professor Chow spoke on the effects of proportion of women and status differentiation on collective intelligence at the Gender Summit 3 North America 2013 -- i.e. when the group appoints a leader, does this benefit female-dominated or male-dominated groups more? And, if a leader is appointed, does it matter that the leadership can change? She reported on preliminary results of a just completed study exploring the influence of group gender composition, leadership appointment, and leadership stability on group communication patterns.