Emily A. Vargas

Northwestern University

Feinberg School of Medicine -Department of Preventive Medicine

  Email: emily.vargas1@northwestern.edu   |     Website: emilyvargas.net

Phone: 312-503-0626, extension: 30626


Education:

Northwestern University, Department of Preventive Medicine,
Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL

Postdoctoral Fellow, T32 Research Training Program in Cardiovascular Disease Epidemiology and Prevention.

Position start date June 1, 2019.

University of Michigan, Department of Psychology
Ann Arbor, MI

Ph.D. in Psychology (Personality & Social Contexts Area) May 2019

University of Michigan, Department of Psychology
Ann Arbor, MI

M.S. in Psychology, September 2016

Rutgers University, Department of Psychology
New Brunswick, NJ

B.A with Honors in Psychology, Summa Cum Laude , Phi Beta Kappa, May 2014
GPA 3.9/4.0

Honors & Awards

  • Recipient of the Rackham One Term Fellowship ($10,541.19) (Awarded January, 2019) Rackham Graduate School Award for stellar graduate students at the dissertation stage
  • Pillsbury Graduate Research Award ($1,500) January, 2018 Funding for a qualitative study. Topic: Women in the Medical Profession, Psychological Health
  • Research Award- UROP program,($1,000) October, 2017, Mentoring undergraduate students' research
  • Student Mini Grant ($1,000), October 2017. Funding Awarded by the University of Michigan Library for a research project investigating the psychological outcomes of disrespect in organizations
  • Hough Summer Research Scholarship ($1,500), May 2017 Living Stipend funding.
  • International Travel Grant (Rackham)($1,050), March 2017, Funding to present research at an international conference (Scotland, 2017)
  • Institute for Research on Women & Gender- Research Grant (IRWIG)($1,000), February 2017
  • Rackham Graduate Student Research Grant,($3,000), January 2017
  • Lipschutz, Ayers-Host, and Olcott-Smith Awards- Award Nomination, October, 2016
  • Rackham Alliance for Graduate Education and the Professoriate (AGEP), Helping Hand Award, October 2016
  • Research Award- UROP program,($1,000) September, 2016, Mentoring undergraduate students' research
  • Departmental Associate Nomination, April, 2016
  • Rackham Graduate School Travel Grant ($800), April 2016, APS travel funding
  • Student Diversity Award ($1,800), April 2016, Outstanding Diversity Research in Psychology, Living Stipend
  • Association for Psychological Science Award, April 2016, Registration Funding and Travel Award
  • Rackham Summer Award ($8,000), April 2016 Source for Summer Fellowship 2016
  • Ford Fellowship Honorable Mention, March 2016
  • CEW Riecker Graduate Student Research Grant ($1,000), January 2016
  • Rackham Graduate School Travel Grant ($800), May 2015 Travel to APS
  • Institute for Social Research- Rackham Summer Training Award ($1,955), April 2015 Funding for Advanced Statistics Class Fee
  • National Science Foundation (NSF) Honorable Mention, March 2015
  • Ford Foundation Honorable Mention, March 2015
  • Rackham Graduate Student Research Grant ($1, 499.99), March 2015,
  • Rackham Summer Institute Fellowship, ($6,000), July 2014, Source of Living Stipend
  • Henry Rutgers Scholar Award, Rutgers University ($1,500), June 2014
  • Douglas J. O'Neil Student-Athlete Scholarship ($1,200) Rutgers University, School of Arts & Sciences Excellence Award -for Student-Athletes
  • Aresty Research Center Grant, Rutgers University ($475)
  • Travel Award, University of Michigan, November 2013 Selected to Attend Graduate School Recruitment Weekend
  • Society for Personality & Social Psychology Undergrad Registration Award, January 2012
  • Travel Award, Northwestern University, June 2013 Selected to Attend Diversity Sneak Peek Recruitment Program
  • Travel Award, The Ohio State University, October 2013 Selected to Attend Diversity Recruitment Initiative Program
  • Cooper Research Fellowship in Psychology, Rutgers University ($4,000), May 2012
  • School of Arts & Sciences Excellence Award, Rutgers University ($1,000), April 2011
  • Dean's List, Rutgers University (September 2010- May 2014)
  • Big East All-Academic Team (September 2010- May 2014) Excellence in Academics and Athletics- Big East Conference Athletes
  • Top 10 Percent of 2014 Graduating Class, Rutgers University, May 2014

Publications

Vargas, E. A., Brassel, S., Cortina, L. M., Settles, I., Johnson , T.R.B., Jagsi, R. (Accepted, July 2019) Journal of Women's Health. Topic: Sexual Harassment in Medicine.

Vargas, E. A., & Mahalingam, R.(In press). Experiences of Patient Incivility: A Qualitative Study. Journal of Patient Experience.

Vargas, E. A. (2019).Retrospective Narrative of my Active Participation in a Home Birth as a Teenager: Reflections on Empowerment and Suggestions for Research. Journal of Perinatal Education. 28(3), 122–125; DOI: 10.1891/1058-1243.28.3.122

Marshall, R. A., & Vargas, E. A., (2019).Obstetric Violence as a Potential Cause of Maternal Mortality in the United States. **student mentored paper. The Undergraduate Journal of Public Health . The University of Michigan.

Vargas, E. A.,Westmoreland, A., Robotham, K., & Lee, F. (2018). Counting Heads vs. Making Heads Count: Impact of Numeric Diversity and Diversity Climate on Psychologcial Outcomes for Faculty of Color. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal.

Vargas, E. A., Li, Y.,Mahalingam, R., Hui, P., Liu, G., Lapedis, M., & Liu, R.(2018). The Double-Edge Sword of John Henryism: Impact on Patients' Health in the People's Republic of China. Journal of Health Psychology.DOI: 10.1177/1359105318800141

Vargas, E. A. & Mahalingam, R.(2018). Perceptions of Control and Improved Psychological, Physical, and Social Functioning in Postmenopausal Women. Journal of Health Psychology. DOI: 10.1177/1359105318754643

Vargas, E. A., Mahalingam, R., Brandy M., Cabrera, L., Campbell, E., Liu, R., (2017). Perceptions of Control in Women Undergoing Cancer-Related Surgery on Psychological Perceptions of Health. Sex Roles 1-10. DOI: 10.1007/s11199-017-0865-5. http://rdcu.be/ypNe

Vargas, E., Young, D. M., & Sanchez, D. T. (2014). Biracial Ancestry and Socioeconomic Status in Acculturation Perception. Journal of Interpersonal Relations, Intergroup Relations, and Identity, 7 62-73.

Publications Represented in the Media

"Racial disparities low at universities with diverse faculty, climate"- Featured in: The University Record, University of Michigan. By Jared Wadley. https://record.umich.edu/articles/racial-disparities-low-universities-diverse-faculty-climate?fbclid=IwAR3QaMGjOmonUjThC74-al_lO0OVZeyHSNkmEB7JSGk4mSNiTVECIzAx_BA

Sexual harassment study mentioned in The Atlantic. Note: results are not published yet. "The Stubborn Culture of Harassment in America's Medical Schools" By: Jacob Stern and David Yaffe-Bellany https://www.theatlantic.com/education/archive/2019/01/michael-simons-and-lasting-power-men-medicine/580210/

Publications Under Review

Vargas, E. A., & Mahalingam, R.(Under Review). Topic: Perceptions of Control: Implications for Organizations.

Publications in Preparation

Chirinos Medina, D., Vargas, E. A., et al., (In Prep). Topic: Heart Failure.

Vargas, E. A., Mahalingam, R., Marshall, R (In Prep). Topic: Patient well-being.

Vargas, E. A., Marshall, R., Mahalingam, R., (In Prep). Topic: Women's health and well-being.

Additional Training

Ten-Day Seminar on the Epidemiology and Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke. Training in: descriptive epidemiology, health outcomes research, genetic epidemiology, policy, biostatistics, and research methods related to promotion of health and prevention of cardiovascular disease. American Heart Association (AHA) July-August 2019 Tahoe City, CA

Big Data Summer Camp Interdisciplinary Committee on Organizational Studies (ICOS), May 2016 Ross School of Business, University of Michigan Instruction in Python, SQL, and API's

Structural Equation Modeling Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) , July- August 2015 University of Michigan

Graduate Teacher Certificate Program Center for Research on Learning and Teaching (CRLT), Awarded December, 2017 University of Michigan

Professional Presentations

Vargas, E. A. (2018, November). Guest Lecture "Qualitative Research Methods" for "Identity & Stigma in Society: Theoretical Foundations and Methodological Approaches in Psychology." Psychology (401).University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Vargas, E. A. (2018, March). Incivility in the Workplace. Library Mini Grant Symposium.University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Vargas, E. A. (2018, January). Women, Control, and Psychological Health: Research in Cancer Surgery and Postmenopausal Health. Department Brown Bag Presentation.University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Vargas, E. A. (November, 2017). Conducting Research. Invited Presenter, Personality & Social Context PhD First-Year Seminar. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Vargas, E. A. (September, 2017). Research Methods: Collaboration and Mentoring. Invited Presenter. University of Michigan UROP Research Program,University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Vargas, E. A. (April, 2017). Topic: Leadership and Political Psychology. Research Presentation at the Ross Business School. Interdisciplinary Committee on Organizational Studies (ICOS), Ann Arbor, Michigan

Vargas, E. A., & Lee, S., (June, 2017). Topic: Leadership and Political Psychology. Research Presentation at the International Society of Political Psychology (ISPP), Edinburgh, Scotland.

Vargas, E. A., & Lee, F., (June, 2017). Topic: Political Psychology. Research Presentation at the International Society of Political Psychology (ISPP), Edinburgh, Scotland.

Vargas, E. A., & Cortina L. M., (2017, April). Topic: Diversity and Leadership. Symposium to be co-chaired at the Annual Meeting of Society for Industrial Organizational Psychology (SIOP), Orlando, FL.

Vargas, E. A., & Rabelo V., (2017, April ). Revenge, Heart Problems, and Drugs: Consequences of Workplace Mistreatment”.Symposium to be co-chaired & Presentation at the Annual Meeting of Society for Industrial Organizational Psychology (SIOP), Orlando, FL.

Vargas, E. A. (2017, February). Department Brown Bag Presentation.University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Vargas, E. A. (2016, October). Advice on Pursuing a PhD. Invited Presenter. Michigan Association of Psychology Scholars, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Vargas, E. A. (2016, October). Research Methods in Psychological Science. Invited Guest Lecture for the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Vargas, E. A. (2016, August). Survey Development: Introduction to Qualtrics & Application for the use of Psychological Research. Presentation for Graduate Students.University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Vargas, E. A. (2016, July). Guest Speaker for the Social Perception Action & Motivation Lab, Summer Internship Program. New York University (NYU), New York City.

Vargas, E. A.(2016, July). Guest Presentation. Summer Research Opprotunity Program (SROP). University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Vargas, E. A., & Lee, F., & Cortina L. M., (2016, March). Women on Top: Current Representation of Women in Leadership Positions, “Navigating the Maize: A Conference on Strategic Alliances and Partnerships for Institutional Transformation”. TED Talk- Rackham, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Vargas, E. A., & Lee, F., & Cortina L. M., (2016, February). Women on Top: Current Representation of Women in Leadership Positions Guest Lecture for the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Vargas, E. A., & Lee, F., (2016, May). Identity Crisis: Examining the Perceived Compatibility between Gender and Leadership Identities of Organizational Leaders. Poster presentation at the Association of Psychological Science Chicago, Il.

Belgrade, A., Vargas, E. A., Huff, S., Jackson, C., & Lee, F., (2016, May). Managing Conflict. Identity Crisis: Examining the Perceived Compatibility between Gender and Leadership identities of Organizational Leaders. Symposium presentation at the Association of Psychological Science. Chicago, IL.

Vargas, E. A., (2016, January). Women on Top: Current Representation of Women in Leadership Positions. Psychology of Women and Gender, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Vargas, E. A., & Cortina L. M., (2016). Workplace (In)Civility: New Insights into Contexts, Consequences, and Boundary Conditions. Symposium to be co-chaired at the Annual Meeting of Society for Industrial Organizational Psychology (SIOP), Anaheim, CA.

Vargas, E. A.,(2015, October). Personality at Work. Introduction to the Psychology of Personality, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Vargas, E. A., & Lee, F., (2015, May) Of Great Value: How Espoused Organizational Values Differentially Impact Behaviors of Male and Female External Constitutes. Poster presentation at the Association of Psychological Science New York City, NY.

Vargas, E. A., (2014, August) Intellectual Autobiography. Summer Institute Forum, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Vargas, E. A., Sanchez, D. T. (2014, May). Intraminority intergroup relations Psychology honors thesis poster presentation, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ.

Vargas, E. A., Sanchez, D. T. (2014, April). Intraminority intergroup relations. Poster presentation at the Annual Aresty Undergraduate Research Symposium, Rutgers University, New Brunswick,NJ.

Vargas, E. A., Sanchez, D. T., Young, D. & Wilton, L. S. (2014, February). Biracial ancestry and socioeconomic status in acculturation perception. Poster presentation at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Austin, Texas.

Vargas, E. A., Fontana, V., Chen, B., Searls, R., & Mulford, A. (2013, August). The perfecstorm of threat: Just world beliefs, self-perspective, and victim blame. Presentation at Annual SPAM Lab Symposium, New York University, New York City, NY.

Vargas, E. A.,Sanchez, D. T., Young, D. & Wilton, L. S. (2013, April). Biracial ancestry and socioeconomic status in categorization and diversity perception. Poster presentation at the Annual Aresty Undergraduate Research Symposium, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ.

Vargas, E. A., Sanchez, D. T., Young, D. & Wilton, L. S. (2013, March). Biracial ancestry and socioeconomic status in categorization and diversity perception. Poster presentation at the Annual Meeting for Eastern Psychological Association, New York City, NY

Teaching Experience

Discrimination in Organizations: Advanced Psychological Research Methods

Psych 401, Fall 2017 Department of Psychology University of Michigan Primary Instructor: Emily A. Vargas

I designed a 400-level research methods course for undergraduates, and I was the primary instructor for a class of 18 students. The goal of this course was to introduce students to both quantitative and qualitative research methods that are applicable to conducting psychological research. Specifically, we focused on research examining multiple forms of discrimination, toward various groups, within the contexts of organizations, including healthcare, politics, etc. The purpose of the course was to give students hands-on experience with the complete research process. Students engaged in practical applications of the scholarship by conducting a discrimination-related research project of their own interest.

EMBA Negotiations

Ross School of Business, Fall 2017, Primary Instructor: Dr. Susan Ashford

Graded essay assignments for the Ann Arbor, Michigan and UCLA class sections. The course covered material about the economics and psychology of effective negotiation and influence. The course was designed to help students develop skills for negotiating, across a variety of contexts, while focusing on profit maximization and conflict resolution.

Social Development

Psych 353, Fall 2016 Graduate Student Instructor: Emily A. Vargas Department of Psychology, University of Michigan Instructor: Dr. Shelly Schreir

Responsible for grading written assignments, holding office hours, and developing grading rubrics.

Psychology of Women & Gender

Psych 291, Winter 2016 & Winter 2017 Graduate Student Instructor: Emily A. Vargas Department of Psychology, University of Michigan Instructor (Winter 2016): Dr. Lilia M. Cortina Instructor (Winter, 2017): Dr. Sara McClelland

Taught three 25-student section for Dr. Lilia Cortina, including leading group discussions, giving a guest lecture on the topic of organizational diversity in front of 200 students, conducting exam reviews, preparing and grading assignments and exams, and developing rubrics for written assignments.

Personality Psychology

Psych 290, Fall 2015 Graduate Student Instructor: Emily A. Vargas Department of Psychology, University of Michigan Instructor: Dr. Robin Edelstein

Taught three 25-student section for Dr. Robin Edelstein, including leading group discussions, giving a guest lecture in front of 200 students on the topic of Personality Assessment in Workplaces, conducting exam reviews, preparing and grading assignments and exams, and developing rubrics for written assignments.

Introduction to Psychology

Psych 111, Fall 2015 Graduate Student Instructor: Emily A. Vargas Department of Psychology, University of Michigan Instructor: Dr. Shelly Schreier

Graded three sets of written assignments for 85 students.

Mentoring

Directed Research (Psych 326)

  • Rebecca Leeman (2016)
  • Nia Byrd (2016)
  • Robin Mesirow (2016)
  • Tyler Aman (2016)
  • Nick VanEck (2015)
  • Xinru Jiang (2015)

Honors Thesis (Psych 429) Emily Olin, December 2017- April 2018 Topic: Women Leaders in Cape Town, South Africa.

Honors Thesis (Psych 429) Serenity Lee, May 2016- April 2017 Topic: Perceptions of Minority Leaders.

Currently at Harvard Business School as a research associate.

Winner of the Tanner Memorial Award

Winner of the Al Cain Honors Award

Winner of the ISPP Early Career Travel Award

Winner of the University of Michigan Honors Research Grant

Undergraduate Research Opprotunity Program (UROP) Natalie Mass, Riley Marshall, & Kate Shonk September 2016- April 2017 Advising each student for one academic year. Each student conducted their own research project under my mentorship, and will present their findings at a research symposium in April

Kate Shonk- accepted into the Washtington, D.C Internship in the Institute on Economics and International Affairs, Summer 2018

Riley Marshall- accepted into the Women and Gender Summer Fellowship Program, University of Michigan, Summer 2018

Additional Mentoring- Students from Class

Sarah M- accepted into the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD) Summer Internship in Washington D. C., Summer 2018

Independent Study (Psych 423) Emma Kaye, May 2016 “Perceptions of Warmth and Competence for Multiple Racial Groups”
Mentored Emma for one academic year. Successful completion of departmental requirement

Research/Experience

Fiona Lee Lab, September 2014-Present Rackham Graduate Student Researcher University of Michigan Department of Psychology Faculty Advisor: Dr. Fiona Lee Conducting research examining how organizational value systems influence bias against marginalized groups.

Gender and Respect in Organizations Lab, September 2014-Present Rackham Graduate Student Researcher University of Michigan Department of Psychology Faculty Advisor: Dr. Lilia M. Cortina Conducting research examining sex and racial bias in organizations.

Psychology of Inequality Lab, September 2014-Present Rackham Graduate Student Researcher University of Michigan Department of Psychology Faculty Advisor: Dr. Arnold K. Ho Conducting research to investigate perceptoins of multiracial indivuals, and the individual factors that operate to maintain systems of racial and organizational hierarchy.

Rackham Graduate School Summer Institute Fellow, July 2014-August 2014 University of Michigan •Nominated by the Department of Psychology to participate in the rigorous pre-doctoral program__•Completed intensive statistics and multivariate regression courses, presented past research at Rackham Graduate School Summer Institute Symposium.

Undergraduate Honors Thesis, May 2014 Title: Intraminority Intergroup Relations Advisor: Diana T. Sanchez, Ph.D,
Rutgers University • Conducted dyadic study examining if perceived discrimination is related to positive interracial minority interactions. • Collaborated with Dr. Sanchez on hypotheses formation, performed literature review, designed methods, and wrote IRB proposal.

New York University (NYU); Social Perception, Action & Motivation Lab, June- August 2013 Advisor: Emily Balcetis, Ph. D
Research Intern, NYU • Selected as one of 10 interns for Summer Internship Program. • Conducted study to investigate motivated perception and factors influencing intergroup blame. • Designed stimulus materials used in experimental studies • Responsible for assisting with data collection, coding, entry and analysis in SPSS. • Prepared research paper and research presentation for SPAM lab symposium.

Social Cognition Lab, January 2013- May 2014 Research Assistant Advisor: Laurie A. Rudman, Ph. D
Rutgers University • Examined impression formation, stereotype processing, as well as social roles and prejudice. • Responsible for preparing experimental materials, project tracking and recordkeeping, and running participants.

Stigma, Health, and Close Relationships Lab, September 2012- May 2014 Research Assistant Advisor: Diana T. Sanchez, Ph. D
Rutgers University • Conducted study to investigate the impact of diversity messaging on diversity program support. • Responsible for survey design in Qualtrics, online participant recruitment via Mechanical Turk, and data analysis in SPSS.

Psychology Tutor, Psi Chi Rutgers University Chapter,January 2013 –May 2014 Rutgers University Psychology Department • Responsible for tutoring underclassman psychology majors on weekly basis. • Assessed students’ monthly goals. • Advised schedule selections and contributed resume-building sills. • Subjects tutored: statistics, research methods, and social psychology.

Cooper Research Fellow Summer, 2012 Advisor: Diana T. Sanchez, Ph. D
Rutgers University • Selected as recipient of prestigious award; completed an honors thesis quality research project in ten weeks. • Conducted study of the impact of biracial ancestry and socioeconomic status on racial categorization and diversity perception.
• Responsible for literature review, hypothesis development, experimental design, statistical analysis in SPSS, and study write up. Presented a poster on the project at the Eastern Psychological Association.

Professional Service

Executive Committee- PhD member September, 2017- May 2017 University of Michigan Selected by the faculty. I am responsible for forumlating and reveiwing departmental policies, meeting with faculty candidates, serving on tenure and promotion committees, approving new courses, awarding Lecture III/IV and Research Scientist titles,conducting evaluations of the department, and attending faculty meetings.

Department of Psychology,Graduate Student Representative Personality & Social Contexts Student Handbook Revisions July, 2016 University of Michigan Selected by departmental faculty to serve in this position.Responsible for reviewing and modifying the existing graduate student handbook alongside the Area Chair and faculty.

Departmental Associate, 2016-2017 University of Michigan Department of Psychology Nominated by departmental faculty to serve in this position. Will participate in regular meetings with the Department Chair, Associate Chairs, SAA Director, and leaders of other graduate student groups to discuss issues pertinent to the graduate program. Will represent the Graduate Student Council, which coordinates recruitment weekend activities, including the Patricia Gurin Lecture series.

Michigan Psychology Alumni Career Event, Winter 2016 Personality & Social Contexts Representative
University of Michigan Department of Psychology

PhD Student Recruitment- Coordinator Winter 2016 University of Michigan Department of Psychology, Personality & Social Contexts Area Helped organize department recruitment weekend with faculty

Personality & Social Contexts PhD Program Admissions Committee Student Representative Winter 2016 University of Michigan Department of Psychology Served as the graduate student representative on the 2015-2016 admissions committee

The Michigan Association of Psychology Scholars (MAPS) Graduate Student Mentor Fall 2015- Present University of Michigan Department of Psychology Mentored undergraduate students interested in pursuing graduate school in Psychology

Professional Affiliations

  • Global Organisation for Humanitarian Work Psychology (GOHWP) (2018)

  • The Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI)(2017)

  • Psi Chi, Chapter Director of Tutoring, May 2013
  • Phi Beta Kappa, Member
  • Psychology Alliance, Member, 2013
  • Eastern Psychological Association, Member 2012
  • Social Psychology Network, Student Member 2012

Certifications

  • Certification for research with the University of Michigan Program for Education and Evaluation in Responsible Research and Scholarship (PEERS). 2016-fall 2019
  • HIPPA, Security and Privacy Training. Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI).Northwestern University, 2019
  • Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) course for graduate student and postdocs. Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) Northwestern University, 2019

Skillsets

  • Advanced analytical abilities using SPSS software, including but not limited to, correlation, chi- square, general linear modeling (regression, ANOVA/ANCOVA, MANOVA) logistic regression, mediation, moderation, factor/principal component analysis.
  • Expert in psychological experimental design/implementation.
  • Conducted research utilizing qualitative coding analysis
  • Skilled in Psychometrics.
  • Able to synthesize psychological scientific research and present complex research findings to academic and non-academic audiences.
  • Strong written skills as evidenced through publications in peer-reviewed academic journals, and numerous academic & research awards.
  • Successful leader- mentored undergraduate students on their undergraduate theses.
  • Effectively lead diverse research teams.
  • Collaborated with research faculty in multiple countries and across multiple disciplines (e.g., business, organizational studies, social psychology, & women's studies).
  • Proficient in Qualtrics, Mechanical Turk, Turk Prime, FaceGen, Photoshop, Microsoft Office.
  • Proficient in R and Python

References

Dr. Ramaswami Mahalingam, Department of Psychology University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1043 Email: ramawasi@umich.edu

Dr. Fiona Lee, Professor of Psychology Department of Psychology University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1043 Email: fionallee@umich.edu

Dr. J. Rebecca Liu, Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Michigan, Michigan Medicine Email:rliu@med.umich.edu

Dr. Lilia M. Cortina, Professor of Psychology & Women’s Studies Department of Psychology University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1043 Email: lilia@umich.edu