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Nathan M Gerard

Professional Background

Educational Background

Columbia University 
Ph.D. Social-Organizational Psychology (in progress)

King's College London 
M.Sc. Philosophy of Mental Disorder

Tufts University 
B.A. Philosophy, B.S. Clinical Psychology

Scholarly Interests

Interests: Motivation, meaning, and alienation at work; critical phenomenology; psychoanalytic theory; philosophical approaches to organizational psychology; critical management studies; alternative forms of organizing.  

Selected Publications

Gerard, N. M. (2014). Confronting the real identity crisis. The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist. 51(4): 40-43.

 

Gerard, N. M. (2014). Searching for capitalism. The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist. 51(3): 85-86.

 

Gerard, N. M. (2013). What work has made us become. Ephemera: Theory and Politics in Organization. 13(4): 885-891.

 

Mitchinson, A. G., Gerard, N. M., Roloff, K. S., Burke, W. W. (2012). Learning agility: Spanning the rigor-relevance divide. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice. 5(3): 287-290.

 

Mitchinson, A.G., Gerard, N. M., Roloff, K.S., Burke, W.W. (2012). Learning about learning agility. Paper published in the Best Paper Proceedings at the Academy of Management. Boston, MA.

 

Gerard, N. M. (2010). A diagnosis of conflict: Theoretical barriers to integration in mental health services & their philosophical undercurrents. Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine. 5:4. 

current projects

I'm currently teaching a Practicum course in Process Consultation (Course: 32784: ORLJ 6349; Instructor approval needed)

ORLJ 6349: Research workgroup in social-organizational psychology : Group/organizational dynamics and diversity

Permission required. Limited to doctoral students. Topics are announced in the preliminary and final course schedules distributed each semester.

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