Robert Morris University
Educational BackgroundBachelor of Arts, Africana Studies, Cornell University , 1985Ph.D., Organizational Psychology, University of Michigan, 1994
Professional BackgroundAssociate Professor, 2010-Present, Robert Morris UniversityFaculty Associate, Center for Race and Social Problems, School of Social Work, University of PittsburghAssistant Dean and Director Full-Time MBA Program, Katz Graduate School of Business, University of Pittsburgh, 2000-2003Director of Research, Center for Organizational EffectivenessAssistant Professor, Katz Graduate School of Business, University of Pittsburgh, 1994-2004
Area of Expertise/ResearchInternational BusinessMentoringGroup DynamicsTeaching Pedagogy
PublicationsCrawley, D, Broaden, C. and Motley, D. (2009). Mentoring African American Expatriates: Providing a Bridge to Sucess Abroad. Journal of Diversity Management, 4(1), 31-42.Crawley, D. and Crawley, R. (2009). Dynamic Dialogue: A Multi-perspective approach to cultural competence. Organizational Management, Crawley, D. and Frey, B. (2008). Examining the Relationship Between Course Management Systems, Presentation Software and Student Learning, International Journal of Information and Communication Technology, 4(1), 1-14.
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