Kanter Lecture Series at Purdue University
Facilitates open dialog between faculty, students, and researchers from across campus who share in the desire to build a better world through innovative research.
The Kanter Lecture Series brings quality research to campus from one of the nominated articles, selected from the annual Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Excellence in Work-Family Research recipients.
Review the Research from Kanter Lectures
The specter of motherhood: Culture and the production of gendered career aspirations in science and engineering
Sarah Thébaud2023 Kanter Lecture
Explaining the persistence of gender inequality: The work-family narrative as a social defense against the 24/7 work culture
Irene Padavic & Robin J. Ely2022 Kanter Lecture
Work-home boundary role transitions: Telework before, during, and after COVID-19
Joni Delanoeije2021 Kanter Lecture
Invisible families, invisible conflicts: Examining the added layer of work-family conflict for employees with LGB families
My family made me do it: Family-work conflict and abusive supervision
Professional image maintenance: How women navigate pregnancy in the workplace
Adopting work-life policies around the world: What motivates employers?
Flexible work practices: A source of career premiums or penalties?
Throughout the years, the Kanter Lecture Series has partnered with the Center for Families, Krannert School of Management, the Department of Psychological Sciences, the Department of Sociology, the Susan Bulkeley Butler Center for Leadership Excellence, the School of Hospitality & Tourism Management, the Department of Political Science, and the Department of Human Development and Family Studies.