Articles by Michele Paludi

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Michele A. Paludi, PhD., is the faculty program director for human resources and leadership in the School of Business and Technology at Excelsior College. She is the author/editor of 54 college textbooks, and more than 200 scholarly articles, book chapters and conference presentations on developmental psychology, psychology of women, workplace violence, work/life integration, sexual harassment, campus violence, gender, and discrimination. Her book, Ivory Power: Sexual Harassment on Campus, (1990, SUNY Press), received the 1992 Myers Center Award for Outstanding Book on Human Rights in the United States. Dr. Paludi served as chair of the U.S. Department of Education’s Subpanel on the Prevention of Violence, Sexual Harassment, and Alcohol and Other Drug Problems in Higher Education. She was one of six scholars in the United States to be selected for this subpanel. She also was a consultant to and a member of former New York State Governor Mario Cuomo’s Task Force on Sexual Harassment. Dr. Paludi serves as an expert witness in psychology for court proceedings and administrative hearings on sexual harassment, workplace violence and also race discrimination. She has had extensive experience in conducting training programs and investigations of equal employment opportunity issues for businesses and educational institutions. In addition, Dr. Paludi has held faculty positions at Franklin & Marshall College, Kent State University, Hunter College, Union College, Hamilton College, Siena College and Union Graduate College, where she directs the human resource management certificate program
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Courses Reflect the Nine Components of the SHRM Competency Model Have you wondered how Excelsior faculty decide what content, assignments, and discussion questions to include in our courses on human resource management? Or, how we select the textbooks and articles for you to read for courses? Part of the explanation is that we listen to …

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What matters most to you in your job? Is it the satisfaction of work well-done? Recognition? Salary and title? Collaborating in teams? The ability to work from home to achieve more work/life balance? If you answered, “work from home,” you are not alone. Recent statistics summarized by the Society for Human Resource Management indicate that …

On May 18, 2017, The School of Business and Technology, in collaboration with the President’s Committee on Inclusion (PCI), welcomed Dr. Ethne Swartz to Excelsior College.  Dr. Swartz gave a colloquium entitled: “Making it through the labyrinth:  Gender bias in management.”  Dr. Michele Paludi, Assistant Dean of Graduate Programs and Faculty Program Director for Human …