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Claudine Gaibrois

title Dr.
name Claudine Gaibrois
institute Research Institute for Organizational Psychology (OPSY)
address OPSY-HSG, Girtannerstrasse 6, 9010 St. Gallen, Switzerland
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publications papers (15)
School SHSS - School of Humanities and Social Sciences
university status postdoctor
main focuses Linguistic and cultural diversity
former positions Active as a journalist from October 1999-December 2011 (e.g., kulturtipp, Swiss Radio DRS)

Editor-in-chief kulturtipp July 2008-December 2011
personal education Participant in CAS (Certificate of Advanced Studies) program for Didactics in Tertiary Education (start September 2015)

Doctoral thesis on linguistic diversity in organizations with Prof. Chris Steyaert and Prof. Julia Nentwich, graduated as Dr.rer.soc. (University of St. Gallen, August 2008-August 2014)

Master of Advanced Studies in Intercultural Communication (University of Lucerne, March 2004-February 2006)

Studies in General History, Political Science and German Literature, graduated with Master's in Political Science (University of Zurich, September 1991-September 1997)
teaching activities Managing language diversity in global companies (University of St. Gallen, Ecole de Management Strasbourg)
awards 9th International GEM&L Workshop, Helsinki (FIN), June 10-12, 2015:
Paper “Beyond possession and competition: Investigating cooperative aspects of power in multilingual organizations” (Claudine Gaibrois and Chris Steyaert) ranked among the three finalists for the “Best Paper Award” 

Mentoring Deutschschweiz, July 2014: Selected as participant in the mentoring program for young female academics of Swiss-German universities and the Swiss National Science Foundation 2014 - 2016  

7th Equality, Diversity and Inclusion International Conference, Munich (D), June 7-10, 2014:
“Best Paper Award” for the paper “Negotiating privilege: Power dynamicsin linguistically diverse organizations” (Claudine Gaibrois and Julia Nentwich) 

The Sixth Annual UC Berkeley Sociological Research Symposium, UC Berkeley (USA), April 18, 2014:
The Danesha McCoy “Outstanding Presentation” Award for the presentation “Creating spaces for agency: How members of linguistically diverse organizations counterbalance language skill-related inequality” (Claudine Gaibrois)  
affiliations Member of new CEMS faculty group "Global HRM"

Member of EGOS (European Group of Organization Studies)

Member of GEM&L (Groupe d'Etudes Management et Langage)