Morgan is a doctoral candidate in the Organizational Behavior Department at Weatherhead. Her research includes social exclusion and a broader societal perspective on human sustainability. Morgan has built an agent based model of neighborhood change, and studies the contexts of mixed-income housing and integrated neighborhoods to better understand mechanisms that can address systemic inequities in our social systems. She has also designed and taught an undergraduate course on Sustainability and Net Positive Impact.
BS, Case Western Reserve University, 2013
Social Exclusion and Inclusion, Neighborhood Change, Mixed-Income Housing
Sustainability, Equity, Inclusion
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- Sugiyama, K., Bulger, M. A., Bilimoria, D. Qualitative Research in Management Conference,
"I am me as part of we: Collective legacy as a mechanism for inclusion",
University of Bradford School of Management, UK,
- American Sociological Association. 2015 - Present
- Academy of Management. 2014 - Present
- The Wolstein Family Award for Excellence in Business Venture Plan Development, Case Western Reserve University. (2013).
- 1st Place in Management Oral Presentation at Spring Intersections, Case Western Reserve University. (2013).
- 1st Place in Management Poster Presentation at Fall Intersections, Case Western Reserve University. (2012).