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Dr. Geiger joined the Palumbo-Donahue School of Business as an Assistant Professor of Management in Spring 2022. She received her PhD in Organizational Behavior from the John Chambers College of Business and Economics in Fall 2021. Min's program of research focuses on (a) explicit and implicit biases that may disadvantage stigmatized individuals in the workplace, (b) how the use of algorithms can perpetuate biases in our society, and (c) how big data can contribute to a better understanding of organizational phenomena. Methodologically, Min has interests in daily experience methods and meta-analytic methods. Her research has been published in Journal of International Business Studies (JIBS) and Group & Organization Management and presented at several premier management and industrial and organizational psychology annual meetings. Her dissertation has been recognized by the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP):

Min is currently teaching Global Insights (MGMT 262) at Duquesne. She taught multiple sections of Business Research Methods, Organizational Behavior, and Human Resource Management while at West Virginia University.


Ph.D., Organizational Behavior, West Virginia University
MPA, University of Kansas
5-Year Concurrent Bachelor's & Master's Degree, Public Administration, Ewha Womans University

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Carl G. Grefenstette Center Faculty Scholar Fellowship (2022)
SIOP Lee Hakel Graduate Student Scholarship (2021)
John Chambers College Outstanding Doctoral Student Award (2021)
Management Department Dissertation Grant (2021)
Management Department Ph.D. Student Research Excellence Award (2020)


Geiger, M. K., Langlinais, L. A., & Geiger, M. (2022). Accent Speaks Louder than Ability: Elucidating the Effect of Nonnative Accent on Trust. Group & Organization Management.

Follmer, K. B., & Geiger, M. K., Beatty, J. E., & Follmer, D. J. (2022) The consequences of not being me: Longitudinal examination of the relations among anticipated discrimination, authenticity, and counterproductive work behaviors. Group & Organization Management.

Field, J. G., Bosco, F., Kraichy, D., Uggreslev, K., & Geiger, M. K. (2021). More alike than different? A comparison of cross-cultural models. Journal of International Business Studies. 52(9): 1797-1817.

Geiger, M., Lee, J., & Geiger, M. K. (2019). The power of negative disposition: An examination of trait and state negative affect with OCBI and OCBO, Group & Organization Management, 44(6): 1136-1172.

Conference Presentations

Geiger, M. K., Morse, L., Smith-Crowe, K., & Tenbrunsel, A. (August 2022). Unjust or just business? Managers versus employee support for algorithms. A presenter symposium on Artificial Intelligence and Ethics. Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Seattle, WA.

Geiger, M. K., Teodorescu, H. M., & Morse, L. (August 2021). Raising the volume on fairness in speech technology. Academy of Management Annual Meeting.

Geiger, M. K. & Langlinais, L. A. (August 2021). Accent speaks louder than ability: The effect of nonnative accents on trust repair. Academy of Management Annual Meeting.

Geiger, M. K., Oxarart, R. A., & Houghton, J. D. (November 2019). What school are you from? Stereotype threat due to institutional prestige. Southern Management Association Annual Meeting. Norfolk, VA.

Field, J. G., Geiger, M. K., Bosco, F., Uggreslev, K., & Kraichy, D. (April 2019). Global effect benchmarks: Assessing culture, region, and country differences. The Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology. National Harbor, MD.

Geiger, M. K. & Geiger, M. (August 2018). Gender, justice, and trust in supervisor: A moderated mediation model predicting OCB. Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL.

Field, J. G., Geiger, M. K., Langlinais, L. A., List, S., & Bosco, F. (April 2018). A metaBUS analysis of gender differences in common I-O topics over the last 35 years. The Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Chicago, IL.

Geiger, M., Lee, J., & Geiger, M. K. (October 2015). A two-study investigation of affect and organizational citizenship behavior. Southern Management Association Annual Meeting. St. Pete Beach, FL.