Rosary College of Arts and Sciences

Chavella Pittman, PhD

Chavella T. Pittman, professor of sociology, gave a presentation titled “How Institutions Derail Women Faculty of Color’s Tenure via Teaching” at the virtual 2020 Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association. The presentation was part of the special conference thematic panel “Negotiating Power and Status in the Academy: Everyday Experiences of Women of Color Faculty.” Pittman also co-authored the paper “Workplace Stress and Discrimination Effects on the Physical and Depressive Symptoms of Underrepresented Minority Faculty (URM)" in the journal Stress and Health.

Brennan School of Business

Anjali Chaudhry, PhD

Anjali Chaudhry, professor of management, published a paper titled ‘Two to Tango? Implications of Alignment and Misalignment in Leader and Follower Perceptions of LMX” in the Journal of Business and Psychology. She also is serving as a visiting professor at the EM Strasbourg Business School for the 2020-2021 academic year, teaching courses on the introduction to organizational behavior and leadership, and as a visiting professor at the Indian Institute of Technology in Delhi, India, where she taught a graduate-level leadership and organizational behavior course seminar.


College of Applied Social Sciences

Adrian Kok, PhD

Adrian Kok, associate professor, School of Social Work, and Charlotte Shuber ’07, MSW ’18, published the article “Hospice Photograph’s Effects on Patients, Families and Social Work Practice” in the Journal of Social Work in End-of-Life & Palliative Care, March 2020.

Borra College of Health Sciences

Tamara Bland, EdD, MSN, RN

Tamara Bland, assistant professor in nursing and acting executive director of the Elizabeth T. MacNeil School of Nursing, presented a virtual poster titled “Factors that Impact Black Nurses Leadership Opportunities in Higher Education” at the Nursing Education Research Conference, in addition to hosting a webinar for the American Nurses Association. Bland also has been appointed to the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion steering committee of the American Nurses Association.