Associate Professor of Management
Molly joined the SBA faculty in 2003.
B.A.: Texas A&M University 1987
Dr. Pepper teaches classes in human resource management, ethics in human resources, management and organizations, and developing people and organizations. Her research interests are in areas of mentoring, diversity, and electronic communication.
Pepper, M.B. & Loroz, P.S. (forthcoming). Management without integrity: Exposing how business organizations exert violence on individuals, families, and society. Chapter in book Management with Integrity.
Pepper, M.B., Tredennick, L., & Reyes, R.F. (forthcoming). Promotion of Social Justice: Closing the Gap between Rhetoric and Reality. Chapter in book Transforming the World and Being Transformed, Fordham Press.
Pepper, M.B., Loroz, P.S., Patil, V., Stevens, C., & Buller, P. (2011). Advancing a Mission-Centered Business School: A Process for Engaging Faculty and Tracking Progress. Journal of Jesuit Business Education. 2: 79-96
Stewart, D. & Pepper, M.B. (2011). Close Encounters: Lessons from an Indigenous MBA Program. Journal of Management Education. 35: 66-83.
Pepper, M.B., Tredennick, L., & Reyes, R.F. (2010). Transparency and trust as antecedents to perceptions of commitment to stated diversity goals. Diversity in Higher Education, 3(3): 153-162.
Pepper, M.B. & Anderson, K. (2009). Corporate entrepreneurship, gender, and credibility: An exploratory study. Marketing Management Journal, 19(2): 139-146.Roberson, L., Kulik, C.T., & Pepper, M.B. (2009) Individual and environmental factors influencing the use of transfer strategies after diversity training. Group and Organization Management, 34, 1, 67-89.
Pepper, M.B. & Pathak, S. (2008) Classroom contribution: What do students perceive as fair assessment? Journal of Education for Business, 23, 6, 360-368.
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502 E. Boone
Spokane, WA 99258-0009
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