Peter Glick, Ph.D., is the Henry Merritt Writson Professor at Lawrence University and a Senior Scientist with the Neuroleadership Institute. As a visiting Professor of Management and Organizations at Northwestern University, he co-designed the Kellogg School of Management’s first course on diversity management. He has also taught executive education at Harvard University and developed anti-bias initiatives for Fortune 500 companies (including Airbnb). The Harvard Business Review recognized his stereotype content model (co-developed with Susan Fiske, Princeton, and Amy Cuddy, Harvard) as a “breakthrough idea for 2009.”
His highly cited work on benevolent sexism (with Susan Fiske) has revolutionized our understanding of discrimination against women, receiving the Allport Prize for best paper on intergroup relations. Both theories are highly influential, with over 29,000 Google Scholar citations. In addition to more than 70 articles, Dr. Glick has co-edited or co-authored three books, including the Sage Handbook of Prejudice.