Dr. Schreven is a lecturer in Management and Organizational Behaviour.
Stephanie is also program director for the MSc in International Marketing as well as co-director of the Institute for Interdisciplinary Social Science Research (ISSR) and recently became one of the Book Review Editors for the journal Gender, Work & Organization.
Before joining my colleagues at Dundee, I have held positions at the Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow, as well as the Judge Business School, University of Cambridge.
I started my academic career in the Netherlands, at the Radboud University, Nijmegen, and via a second master’s, in Business Administration, at Erasmus University, Rotterdam, I ended up in upstate New York, with a PhD in the Social Sciences from the Maxwell School of Citizenship & Public Affairs, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY.
Areas of expertise
- Equality, Diversity & Inclusion
- Social & Political Theory
- Business in Society
- Consumer Society
Conferences & Workshops
Organizer / Convener
ISSR Forum 2021 Transitioning to Sustainability: Understanding the Past, Shaping the Future, June 3. University of Dundee, Dundee
EGOS Amsterdam 2021 ‘Organizing for inclusion: meanings, motivations, mechanisms’, sub-theme ‘Boundaries as key: Organizing for Inclusion and Exclusion, together with Dr. Lotte Holck, Copenhagen Business School (CSB) and Professor Gazi Islam (Grenoble University), July 8-10.
‘Fast Fashion, Alternatives, Critique’ 2021, together with Dr. Kristina Auxtova (University of Dundee School of Business), October 25-29, University of Dundee, Dundee.
£2000 in internal funding from the ISSR Interdisciplinary Incubator Grant (IIG) Fund, for her project, together with her colleague Dr. Kristina Auxtova ‘The stigma of smell: The co-evolution of social exclusion and the legitimacy of the deodorant industry’, used for archival research on deodorant advertising.
Together with colleagues Professor Graeme Martin and Dr. Keith Dinnie, Stephanie was awarded a grant in the award of £2500 from the UoD Innovation and Impact Development Fund (IIDF) to undertake research into factors influencing, and the impact of the employer brand of NHS Tayside.
Impact and Knowledge Transfer
Together with my colleague Dr. Kristina Auxtova, I organised ‘Fast Fashion, Alternatives, Critique’ that brought together local business and charities, high profile UK academics and the V & A Dundee. Spanning three afternoons (25/10-27/20-29/10 2021), the event was open to facultystaff and students from the University of Dundee as well as the public.
BU 11005 STEP UP to Business
BU 21003 People & Organizational Behaviour
BU 31008 Business in Society: Responsibility, Diversity & Geopolitics
BU 42006 Managing Teams & Individuals in a Multi-Cultural World
BU 51027 Cross-Cultural Management
BU51024 Managing People & Organizations
BU51033 Moving up to Business