Management of Organizations | Center for Equity, Gender, and Leadership
Studying the outsized impact of subtle biases
Drew Jacoby-Senghor is an Assistant Professor in Management of Organizations at Berkeley Haas. His research identifies how prejudice unconsciously shapes social networks, how networks shape prejudice, and the implications of these processes within professional and academic contexts. He received his BA in psychology from Stanford University and his PhD in social psychology from Princeton University. Subsequently, he was the Provost Postdoctoral Scholar at Columbia Business School.
Expertise and Research Interests
- Effect of Subtle Bias on Performance
- Intergroup Interactions
- Social Networks and Prejudice
- Natasha Warikoo, Stacey Sinclair, Jessica Fei, Drew Jacoby-Senghor. Examining racial bias in education: A new approach. Educational Researcher.
- Drew S Jacoby-Senghor, Stacey Sinclair, J Nicole Shelton. A lesson in bias: The relationship between implicit racial bias and performance in pedagogical contexts. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.
- Drew S Jacoby-Senghor, Stacey Sinclair, Colin Tucker Smith. When bias binds: Effect of implicit outgroup bias on ingroup affiliation.. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
- Allyson P Mackey, Amy S Finn, Julia A Leonard, Drew S Jacoby-Senghor, Martin R West, Christopher FO Gabrieli, John DE Gabrieli. Neuroanatomical correlates of the income-achievement gap. Psychological Science.
- Stacey Sinclair, Andreana C Kenrick, Drew S Jacoby-Senghor. Whites’ Interpersonal Interactions Shape, and Are Shaped by, Implicit Prejudice. Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences.
At Haas since 2016
2016 – present, Assistant Professor, Haas School of Business
2014 – 2016, Provost Postdoctoral Scholar, Columbia Business School
- More Than 140 New Faculty At Top 20 Business Schools, Poets & Quants, 09/21/2016
- Negotiations and Conflict Resolution, FTMBA 252