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Rachael Goodwin

Rachael Goodwin

Assistant Professor of Management

315-443-1874
Room: 428
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PhD, University of Utah, Eccles School of Business (Business Major)
Other, Brigham Young University, Marriott School of Management
BS, Brigham Young University (Sociology, International Development Business Minor)

Academic References
Dr. Kristina Diekmann
Angus T. Shearer Professor of Ethics
Management Department
Eccles School of Business, University of Utah
(801) 581-8524
kristina.diekmann@eccles.utah.edu

Dr. Cheryl Wakslak
McAlister Associate Professor in Business Administration
Management and Organization Department
Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California
(213) 740-0779
wakslak@marshall.usc.edu

Dr. Jesse Graham
George S. Eccles Chair in Business Ethics
Management Department
Eccles School of Business, University of Utah
(801) 581-7200
jesse.graham@eccles.utah.edu

Dr. Jacqueline Chen
Assistant Professor, Social Psychology
Social Psychology Department
College of Social and Behavioral Science, University of Utah
(801) 213-3661
jacqueline.chen@psych.utah.edu

Organizational Behavior*, Negotiations*+, Groups and Teams+, Leadership*, Diversity, Human Resource Management, Ethics, Research Methods

I investigate workplace issues related to expected power, managerial social cognition (i.e., construal), ethics, and gender. My research also explores attitudes towards perpetrators and victims, whistleblowing, and unethical behaviors (e.g., sexual harassment) that create obstacles for women at work. To explore these questions, I use archival data analysis, large-scale field experiments, experience sampling methodology, qualitative interviews, and online and laboratory experiments.

Selected Publications

Awards and Honors

  • Society for Personality and Social Psychology Family Care Grant, (2020)
  • University of Utah Doctoral Teaching Excellence Award - Management Department (2020)
  • Organizational Behavior Division Best Symposium Award - Academy of Management (2020)
  • Doctoral Teaching Excellence Award, Management Department - University of Utah (2020)
  • Women in Leadership David Eccles School of Business Research Grant (2018)
  • University of Utah Graduate School Graduate Student Travel Assistance Award (2017)
  • Marriott School of Management Scholarship (2011)
  • Nominated & elected VP of Phi Kappa Phi (PKP); One of ten (of 300+) honors chapters named “Chapter of Excellence” by the National PKP Board (2010)
  • National Truman Scholar Candidate (2009)
  • Robert K. Thomas Honors Scholarship, Economic Self-Reliance Center Scholarship, and Departmental Scholarships (2009)
  • President's Student Service Scholarship recipient for over 500 hours of service (2007)

Media Placements

Gender, sense of power, and desire to lead: Why women don’t “Lean in” to apply to leadership groups that aremajority-male, Harvard University, Gender Action Portal 6.1.21

Good intentions aren’t good enough: Moral courage in opposing sexual harassment, Harvard University, GenderAction Portal 5.1.21

Opposing sexual harassment, 4.1.21

Why Women Don’t “Lean In, 4.1.21

Reporting and confronting sexual harassment, 10.23.20

Good intentions aren’t good enough to oppose sexual harassment, 6.29.20

When it comes to reporting sexual harassment, what people say is often not what they do, 6.19.20