Carleton University’s Centre for Research and Education on Women and Work (CREWW) has broadened its research scope to the inclusion of under-represented populations at work. To reflect this expanded focus, the centre has changed its name to the Centre for Research on Inclusion at Work (CRIW).

Merridee Bujaki

Merridee Bujaki, co-director of Sprott’s Centre for Research of Inclusion at Work and Professor of Accounting

“We wanted to not only be more inclusion of current conceptualizations of gender, but also continue to expand knowledge around participation at work,” said Merridee Bujaki, co-director of CRIW and professor of accounting at Carleton’s Sprott School of Business. “After extensive consultations, expanding our research scope to inclusion of under-represented populations at work seemed like a natural evolution of our mission.”

CREWW was founded in 1992 to champion the advancement of women at work.  A research centre within the Sprott School of Business, the renamed CRIW is broadening its scope to conducting and sharing research that advances diversity, equity and inclusion at work.

“We are excited about the change,” added Luciara Nardon, CRIW co-director and associate professor of international business at the Sprott School of Business. “We are actively building a network of scholars, Sprott graduate students and the community to pursue a wide range of research interests and seek innovative solutions toward more inclusive workplaces.”

Luciara Nardon, associate professor on international business at the Sprott School of Business, standing in front of a window at Carleton University.

Luciara Nardon, co-director of Sprott’s Centre for Research on Inclusion at Work and Associate Professor of International Business

Thursday, January 16, 2020 in , ,
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