Dana Kabat-Farr ​

Associate Professor
Dalhousie University

Dana’s research uncovers the subtle (and not so subtle) ways bias seeps into organizations with the goal of addressing inequities and social justice problems. To do this, Dana studies how social interactions (i.e., incivility, sexual harassment, helping, and supervisor support) affect personal and professional development, with an emphasis on the experiences of women and other minority or stigmatized identity groups.   

Dana earned her degrees from the University of Michigan (Go Blue!): Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 2006, a Master’s of Arts in Psychology in 2008, and a PhD in Psychology from the University of Michigan in 2012. 

Dana enjoys getting outside for walks and camping with her family – they have a roof-top tent that her five-year old says feels like a treehouse!