Join Hennepin-University Partnership for a webinar with Dr. Phyllis Moen and Dr. Sarah Flood on November 14 at 11:00 a.m. In this webinar, Drs. Moen and Flood will discuss their research on the changing nature of work, including the uneven impacts on work attachments, flexible work arrangements and well-being by gender, race, class and life stage. This presentation will provide insight into the varied social factors that influence adults' shifting work experiences across the life course.
Phyllis Moen, Ph.D. is Professor Emeritus at both the University of Minnesota (where she held a McKnight Chair in Sociology) and Cornell University (where she held the Ferris Family Chair in Life Course Studies). Professor Moen investigates the human meanings of social change in the form of transformations in work and life courses. This includes the uneven effects (by gender, race, class, and life stage) on workers of both organizational interventions, such as flexible or remote work, and macro-level historical forces, such as digitalization, an aging workforce, and COVID-19. Her current scholarship is on the 4-day workweek.
Sarah Flood, Ph.D. is a Research Scientist at the Minnesota Population Center where she is Director of the Life Course Center, oversees the U.S. Survey Projects for the Integrated Public Use Microdata Series (IPUMS) Data Projects, and directs the IPUMS Time Use and IPUMS Current Population Survey (CPS) teams. Her research interests are at the intersection of gender, work and family, aging and the life course, and time use.