Peter Glick, PhD is the Henry Merritt Wriston Professor in the Social Sciences at Lawrence University and a Senior Scientist with the Neuroleadership Institute. His research focuses on understanding and overcoming biases and stereotyping.
In addition to teaching executive education at various academic institutions (e.g., Harvard) and corporations, as a visiting Professor of Management at Northwestern University, he co-designed the Kellogg School of Management’s first diversity management course.
Glick delivers lively and informative keynote addresses on understanding and preventing bias to corporate and academic audiences. He also helped to develop anti-bias training for corporations such as Airbnb (along with Dr. Robert Livingston, Harvard University)
As an expert witness on sex stereotyping, Glick has testified in federal court cases in Chicago and Boston. He provides incisive reports and testimony to help juries better understand how and when bias occurs.
Glick’s award-winning scholarship includes groundbreaking theories of benevolent sexism, stereotype content, and toxic organizational cultures. He has authored more than 80 articles, which have been cited more than 30,000 times, Glick has also co-edited or co-authored three books, including the Sage Handbook of Prejudice and The Social Psychology of Gender.