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SHARON KOPPMAN
University of Arizona, School of Sociology
Social Sciences Building, Rm 436B Tucson, AZ 85721
Email: skoppman@email.arizona.edu
Website: http://www.u.arizona.edu/~skoppman/

EDUCATION
Ph.D., Sociology, University of Arizona
(Expected) 2015
Dissertation: Ideas for Sale: The Social Recognition of Creativity in Advertising
Committee: Erin Leahey (co-chair), Jane Zavisca (co-chair), Beth Bechky, Ronald Breiger
~ Supported by an NSF Dissertation Improvement Grant.
Comprehensive Examinations: Sociology of Culture, Economic Sociology (with Honors)
Certificate in College Teaching, University of Arizona

May 2014

M.A., Sociology, University of Arizona

May 2010

B.A., Sociology (Honors with Distinction), University of California, Santa Barbara

June 2007

RESEARCH INTERESTS
Creativity and Innovation ~ Culture ~ Organization Theory ~ Work and Occupations
Economic Sociology ~ Science, Knowledge, and Technology ~ Inequality

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS
Koppman, Sharon. Entering the Creative Class: The Role of High-Status Culture.
Provisionally accepted at Administrative Science Quarterly.
Koppman, Sharon. In the Eye of the Beholder: The Stratification of Taste in a Cultural
Industry. Forthcoming at The Sociological Quarterly.
Koppman, Sharon, Cindy Cain, and Erin Leahey. 2015. The Joy of Science: Disciplinary
Diversity in Emotional Accounts. Science, Technology, & Human Values. Vol. 40 (1),
30-70.
Koppman, Sharon. 2014. Making Art Work: Creative Assessment as Boundary Work.
Poetics: Journal of Empirical Research on Culture, the Media, and the Arts. Vol. 46 (1),
1-21.
Koppman, Sharon and Amar Gupta. 2014. Navigating the Mutual Knowledge Problem: A
Comparative Case Study of Distributed Work. Information Technology & People. Vol. 27
(1), 83-105.

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Koppman, Sharon. 2014. Going for the Gold: The Effect of Competitive Socialization on
Managerial Attainment. Research in the Sociology of Work. Vol. 25 (1), 221-242
Khasba, Madian, Sharon Koppman and C. Lee Giles. 2012. Towards Building and Analyzing
a Social Network of Acknowledgements in Scientific and Academic Documents. Pp. 357
364 in Social Computing, Behavioral-Cultural Modeling, and Prediction, Lectures Notes in
Computer Science. Edited by S.J. Yang, A. Greenberg and M. Endsley. New York:
Springer.

MANUSCRIPTS UNDER REVIEW


Koppman, Sharon, Elisa Mattarelli, and Amar Gupta. Third World Sloggers or Elite Global
Professionals? How Offshore Managers and Professionals Reframe Status in Global
Collaborations. Second revise and resubmit at Organization Science.
~ Carolyn Dexter Award Finalist, Academy of Management, All-Academy Competition
~ Best International Paper Award, Academy of Management, Organizational
Communications and Information Systems (OCIS) Division
Emily Block, Joseph Broschak, and Sharon Koppman. Which Came First - The Client or the
Managers? Resource Acquisition Strategies and the Circulation of Market Ties in
Professional Service Firms. Revise and resubmit at Strategic Management Journal.

MANUSCRIPTS IN PROGRESS
Koppman, Sharon. The Gender of Genius: Explaining Occupational Sex Segregation in
Creative Fields.
Leahey, Erin and Sharon Koppman. Accounting for Agreement: Social Precursors of
Consensus in Scientific Professions.
Leahey, Erin and Sharon Koppman. Disciplinary Trading Zones: A Focus on Methodological
Imports.

EXTERNAL GRANTS AND AWARDS


Academy of Management, Carolyn Dexter Best International Paper Award Finalist
OCIS Division, Academy of Management, Best International Paper Award
American Sociological Association, Student Forum Travel Award ($225)
National Science Foundation, Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant SES-1131157
(Co-PI with Erin Leahey) Socialization and Creativity in the Advertising Industry
($7,002)

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INTERNAL GRANTS AND AWARDS


University of Arizona
William K. Bunis Graduate Student Teacher Award
2014
Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry, Collaborator with Erin Leahey, PI ($25,000)
2013
Graduate and Professional Student Councils Travel Grant ($500)
2012, 2014
Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Institute, Grant Development ($1,000)
2010
Graduate College Fellowship ($7,500)
2008-2009
University of California
Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities Award ($1,000)
Deans List
Honors Program
Alpha Delta Kappa Inductee

2007
2003, 2005 and 2006
2003-2007
2007

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
Research Associate for Jane Zavisca and Ted Gerber (co-PIs), (2014-2015) School of Sociology,
University of Arizona. Homeownership and Societal Stability: Testing Causal Effects in
Central Eurasia.
Research Associate for Erin Leahey, (2013-2014) School of Sociology, University of Arizona.
Disciplinary Trading Zones. Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry.
Research Associate for Erin Leahey, (2012-2013) School of Sociology, University of Arizona.
Recipes for Scientific Success. NSF Grant # SES-1057559.
Research Associate for Amar Gupta, (2012) Eller College of Management, University of
Arizona. Nexus for Entrepreneurship and Technology Initiative.
Research Analyst for Jonathan Allen, (2011) Allen Analytics LLC. Data to Knowledge:
Leveraging Communities of Practice.
Research Assistant for Albert Bergesen, (2008-2010) School of Sociology, University of Arizona.
Political Economy of the World-System vs. World Society/Polity: A Crucial Test of
Competing Theoretical Paradigms.

PRESENTATIONS
Koppman, Sharon. 2014. Entering the Creative Class: The Role of High-Status Culture.
American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Regular Session on Cultural Capital.
San Francisco, CA. August 16, 2014.
Koppman, Sharon. 2014 The Gender of Genius: Explaining Occupational Sex Segregation in
Creative Fields. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Gender and Diversity in
Organizations Divisional Session. Philadelphia, PA. August 4, 2014.
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Joseph Broschak, Emily Block, and Sharon Koppman. Which Came First? Human Capital
and Human Process Advantage and the Circulation of Market Ties in Professional Service
Firms. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Business Policy and Strategy Divisional
Session. Philadelphia, PA. August 5, 2014.
Koppman, Sharon, Elisa Mattarelli, and Amar Gupta. 2013. Constructing the Global: The
Interpretive Work of Offshore Professionals in Intercultural Collaborations. Academy of
Management Annual Meeting, OCIS Divisional Session. Orlando, Florida. August 12,
2013.
Koppman, Sharon, Cindy Cain, and Erin Leahey. 2013. The Joy of Science: Diversity in
Emotional Expression, American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Roundtable on
Science, Knowledge, and Technology. New York, NY. August 12, 2013.
Koppman, Sharon. 2012. Becoming Creative: How Socialization Shapes Entry into Creative
Occupations. Inequality Workshop. Tucson, AZ. October 22, 2012.
Koppman, Sharon. 2012. This is Where the Magic Happens! A Study of Creative Practice.
American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Organizations, Occupations and Work
(OOW) Section Session. Denver, CO. August 19, 2012.
Koppman, Sharon. 2012. This is Where the Magic Happens! A Study of Creative Practice.
Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Organization and Management Theory
Divisional Session. Boston, MA. August 6, 2012.
Koppman, Sharon. 2012. From a Distance: How the Global Distribution of Teamwork
Affects the Innovation Process. Social Organizations Seminar. Tucson, AZ. April 16,
2012.
Khasba, Madian, Sharon Koppman and C. Lee Giles. 2012. Towards Building and Analyzing
a Social Network of Acknowledgements in Scientific and Academic Documents. Social
Computing, Behavioral-Cultural Modeling, and Prediction. College Park, MD. April 1,
2012.
Koppman, Sharon. 2007. Marketing Salvation: Megachurches and the Rhetoric of Reenchantment. Undergraduate Research Colloquium. Santa Barbara, CA. May 17, 2007.

TEACHING INTERESTS
Research Methods ~ Theory ~ Work and Occupations ~ Organization Theory ~ Creativity and
Innovation ~ Sociology of Culture ~ Economic Sociology ~ Inequality

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Honors

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William K. Bunis Graduate Student Teacher Award


Instructor of Record
Social Research Methods
Sociology of Popular Culture

2014

Spring 2014
Fall 2011, Spring 2011, 2012
Winter 2011, 2012, 2013
Summer 2012, 2013, 2014
Summer 2011
Summer and Winter 2010

Culture and Society


Introduction to Sociology
Teaching Assistant
Sociology of Terrorism (with Albert Bergesen)

Spring and Fall 2009

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
American Sociological Association
Section Memberships: Culture; Economic Sociology; Organizations, Occupations and Work
Academy of Management
Section Memberships: Organization and Management Theory, Technology and Innovation
Management

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
Ad-hoc Manuscript Reviewer
The Sociological Quarterly
Organization Studies
Human Relations
Information Technology and People
Routledge Business and Management
Academy of Management Meeting
American Sociological Association
Discussant. Regular Session on Sociology of Knowledge and Ideas. San Francisco, CA.
University of Arizona
Graduate and Professional Student Council Travel Grant Judge
Graduate Student Mentor
Graduate Student Association Member

OTHER RELEVANT SKILLS


Languages: English (Native), Spanish (Advanced), Italian (Basic)
Computing: Stata, Mplus, R, UCINET, fsQCA, Atlas*ti
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REFERENCES
Beth Bechky, Professor, Stern School of Business, New York University, New York, NY 10012
Telephone: (212) 998-0076, Email: bbechky@stern.nyu.edu
Ronald Breiger, Professor, School of Sociology, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721
Telephone: (520) 621-3524, Email: breiger@email.arizona.edu
Joseph Broschak, Associate Professor, Management and Organizations, Eller College of
Management, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721, Phone: (520) 626-0464, Email:
broschak@email.arizona.edu
Erin Leahey, Associate Professor, School of Sociology, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
85721, Phone: (520) 621-9351, Email: leahey@arizona.edu
Jane Zavisca, Associate Professor, School of Sociology, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
85721, Telephone: (520) 621-3531, Email: janez@u.arizona.edu

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