Author of the book Anonymous Agencies, Backstreet Businesses, and Covert Collectives: Rethinking Organizations in the 21st Century (2013, Stanford University Press). Check out this video for an overview of my work in this area.
In addition to my research, teaching, and administrative/service duties, I try to have a life outside Rutgers--which can be extra challenging since my wife (Dr. Laurie Lewis) also works here! We have two amazing children who are now both in high school, Parker and Mikyla. I am taking a few months off basketball (following knee surgery for a torn meniscus), have recently joined the Hunterdon Harmonizers (a barbershop choir that competes and puts on shows here in NJ), am a proud fan of my Super Bowl Champion Denver Broncos (what an amazing season!), and generally enjoy living and working in New Jersey (except for the rather cold winters).
My research examines anonymity and identification in organizations and related communication contexts. More specifically, I am interested in:
See full CV below for list of publications.
Watch my video about Hidden Organizations (2 minutes of fun!).
Click here for the special issue of Management Communication Quarterly on Hidden Organizations.
Click here for more information on my book Anonymous Agencies, Backstreet Businesses, and Covert Collectives: Rethinking Organizations in the 21st Century (2013, Stanford University Press)
Ph.D. Program - Rutgers School of Communication & Information - (Past Director)