Jennifer Parlamis is an Assistant Professor in the
Organizational Development masters program at the School of
Management. Jennifer earned a B.A. in psychology from Georgetown
University and a Ph.D. in Social and Organizational Psychology from
Teachers College, Columbia University. Before joining the
University of San Francisco, Jennifer was a post-doctoral fellow at
Columbia University's School of Business and a lecturer of
psychology and education and director of the Social-Organizational
Psychology MA program at Teachers College, Columbia University. She
has also taught classes at Barnard College and NYU's Stern
School of Business.
Courses taught by Jennifer include Organizational Behavior,
Research Methods and Statistics, Negotiations, and Psychological
Aspects of Organizations. She has taught both undergraduates and
Jennifer's research interests include anger in conflict
situations, email and in-person negotiations, ageism in
organizations, and in-group bias and out-group
In addition to work, Jennifer enjoys traveling, playing tennis,
hiking, and spending time with her husband and three kids.
Ph.D., Social and Organizational Psychology, Columbia University, 2001
- Leadership for Organization Development
- Group Process, Communication, and Facilitation
- Applied OD Research and Statistics
- Managerial Negotiations
- Psychological Aspects of Organizations
- Organizational Behavior
- Organizational Psychology
- Understanding Behavioral Research
Perry, E.L., & Parlamis, J.D., (2006). Age and Ageism in
Organizations: A Consideration of National Culture. In A.M. Konrad,
P.Prasad & J.K. Pringle (Eds), Handbook of Workplace Diversity.
Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.
Dickman, J., (1990). Courage in Adversity, The Exceptional
Parent, Jan/Feb 52-54.