Regina Dutz, M.Sc.
Office hours: by appointment (please e-mail)
Room: Arcisstr. 21, Building 0505, Intermediate Story, Room Z575
E-Mail: regina.dutz (at) tum.de
Fon: +49 89 289 24087
Fax: +49 89 289 24093
Regina Dutz joined the team in 2017, as a research associate and PhD candidate. She is doing research on success factors for women in academic STEM fields and on gender-specific perceptions and evaluations of leader behavior (Project FührMINT). Her research mainly focuses on attracting and selecting diverse talents and the influence of gender and leader stereotypes on the evaluation of men and women in and on their way to leadership roles.
Regina Dutz studied Management and Technology (B.Sc. and consecutive M.Sc.) at the TUM, focusing on Electrical Engineering & Information Technology, and Marketing, Strategy & Leadership.
Research Associate and PhD Candidate at the TUM Chair of Research and Science Management
Research Assistant at the TUM Chair of Research and Science Management
10/2014 – 11/2016
M.Sc. Management and Technology, Technical University of Munich
10/2011 – 09/2014
2012 – 2014
B.Sc. Management and Technology, Technical University of Munich
Assistant to the Executive Office (Wittur Holding GmbH), Working student in SEO Consulting and Content Management (Catbird Seat GmbH, now part of Syzygy AG), and Internship in Product Management Online (Burda Intermedia Publishing GmbH)
Practitioner oriented articles and book chapters
Peus, C., Hubner, S., Dutz, R., & Rehbock, S. (Ed.) (2018). Editorial: Erfolgsfaktoren für wissenschaftliche Karrieren [Success factors for academic careers]. Hochschulmanagement, 3/2018. ISSN: 1860-3025.
Dutz, R., Hubner, S., & Peus, C. (2018). Der Einfluss der Darstellung unterschiedlicher Organisationskulturen in Stellenausschreibungen für MINT-Professuren [The influence of presenting different organizational cultures in job advertisements for STEM professorships]. Hochschulmanagement, 3/2018, 74-80. ISSN: 1860-3025.
Dutz, R. (2020). Family friendliness wins over potential applicants? Mechanisms via perceptions of organizational support, justice, and coworkers. Paper accepted for presentation at the 80th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management in Vancouver, Canada.
Dutz, R., & Peus, C. (2020). Big questions and plenty guesswork: Female candidates for professorships in male-dominated fields. A. M. Konrad (Chair). Storming the last bastions: Women entering high prestige male-dominated occupations. Paper accepted for presentation at the 80th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management in Vancouver, Canada.
Dutz, R., Hubner, S., & Peus, C. (2019, September). Only publications count? How demeanor and networking behavior shake things up in later stages of academic recruitment processes. Poster presented at the Small Meeting of the EASP (European Association of Social Psychology) in Utrecht, the Netherlands.
Dutz, R., Hubner, S., & Peus, C. (2019, August). In search of agency? Perceptions of applicant fit in male-dominated high-status contexts. Paper presented at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
Dutz, R., Hubner, S., & Peus, C. (2018, September). Female scientists’ ascribed fit across different levels of organizational prestige. C. Buengeler, N. Lehmann-Willenbrock, & D. Boer (Chairs). When and why women emerge as leaders: Social dynamics, context factors, and consequences. Paper presented at the 51th Congress of the German Society for Psychology (DGPs), Frankfurt, Germany.
Dutz, R., Hentschel, T., Hubner, S., & Peus, C. (2018, September). Academic careers – An investigation of fit perceptions of female scientists with STEM professorships. Paper presented at the conference of the Commission Personnel Management of the VHB (Verband der Hochschullehrer für Betriebswirtschaft e.V.) in Munich, Germany.
Dutz, R., Hubner, S., & Peus, C. (2018, August). Context is key: Fit perceptions of female scholars in STEM. Gloor, J. & Peus, C. (Chairs). Retain–not retrain: A focus on fit for early career female leaders. Paper presented at the 78th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management in Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Dutz, R., Hentschel, T., Hubner, S., & Peus, C. (2017, September). The influence of wording in job advertisements on the selection of female candidates for STEM leadership positions. Paper presented at the conference of the Commission Personnel Management of the VHB (Verband der Hochschullehrer für Betriebswirtschaft e.V.) in Paderborn, Germany.
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