Stephanie E.V. Brown is a second year PhD student in the Industrial-Organizational Psychology program at Texas A&M University. Her primary research interests center on sexual harassment and assault in the workplace, but she is also interested in intersectionality in organizations, women in traditionally male-dominated fields (STEM and the military), and the relationship between research and the formation of public policy. Stephanie is a research assistant at the Public Policy Research Institute at Texas A&M.
Morganson, V.J., & Brown, S.E.V. (in press). Gender and sexualized aggression in the workplace. In Nadler, J.T. and Lowery, M.R. (Eds.), The War on Women in the United States: Beliefs, Tactics, and the Best Defenses. Praeger Publishing.
Walker, J.M., Brown, S.E.V. , and Miner, K.N. (2017, April). Consequences for bystanders of ambient race-based workplace incivility. Symposium presented at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Convention, Orlando, FL.
Hagen, E., Hernandez, L., Miner, K. N., Brown, S.E.V., and Paquin, A. (2017, February). A qualitative examination of gendered workplace incivility perceptions. Poster presented at the Industrial Organizational/Organizational Behavior Conference, Houston, TX.