Tessa is happy to join the faculty in Portland State University's Department of Psychology! She is an Assistant Professor of Applied Social Psychology, and she'll be teaching Social Psychology, Stigma & Social Inequality, and Psychophysiological Methods
L.V. Anderson of Slate.com writes this piece about Tessa's work on the implications of diversity messages, and why they often fail. L.V. talks to Tessa's co-author Brenda Major, and also sociologist Frank Dobbin.
Check out a piece in the Harvard Business Review that discusses potential unintended consequences of pro-diversity initiatives for organizations and those that work within them. Tessa wrote this piece with her co-authors Brenda Major and Cheryl Kaiser in 2016.