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Dr. Maranto joined the faculty at Marquette University in 1989 following eight years on the faculty at the University of Iowa. During her time at Marquette she has served on the President’s Task Force on Gender Equity, and co-chair of the Gender Equity Implementation Task Force; Associate Dean of the College of Business Administration, and Chair of the Management Department.
Gender equity in higher education, wage differentials, labor relations, employment discrimination.
Cheryl L. Maranto and Andrea E.C. Griffin, “The antecedents of a ‘chilly climate’ for women faculty in higher education,” Human Relations, in press.
Scott Lester, Jennifer Mencl, Cheryl Maranto, Kristina Bourne, Tim Keaveny, “The Impact of Passing the Professional in Human Resources (PHR) Exam on Early Career Success for Undergraduates Entering the HR Field,” International Journal of Selection and Assessment, Sept. 2010.
Jennifer Mencl, Scott W. Lester, Kristina A. Bourne, and Cheryl L. Maranto, “‘Brick & Mortar’ Education and ‘Real World’ Experience: Assessing HRM Alumni Perceptions of their Early Professional Development,” Journal of Human Resources Education, Vol. 4, No. 2, Spring 2010.
Cheryl L. Maranto and Ann F. Stenoien, “Weight Discrimination: A Multidisciplinary Analysis”, Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, vol. 12, no. 1, 2000: 9 – 24.
School Board member, School District of Whitefish Bay, 2004 – present.