ICOS, or the Interdisciplinary Committee on Organizational Studies, has the single goal of enhancing the University of Michigan's strength as a world center for interdisciplinary research and scholarship on organizations. We seek to enrich the intellectual environment of Ph.D. students and faculty interested in organization studies, by increasing the quality, breadth, depth, and usefulness of organizational research.


Fall 2021 ICOS seminars will follow a theme: Race and Inequality in Organizations. All talks will be held in person (R0220 Ross building, lower level). Following each talk, recordings will be available on the speaker's lecture page.

Next Lecture

Arnold Ho, University of Michigan, Program in Organizational Studies & Department of Psychology

Introducing the Sociopolitical Motive x Intergroup Threat Model to Understand Intergroup Relations: Multiracial Categorization as a Case Study
Arnold Ho
Lecture Time: 
Friday, September 24, 2021 - 1:30pm to 3:00pm
Lecture Location: 

R0220, Ross Building