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Hire Dr. Rae Yunzi T.
United States
USD 150 /hr

Ivy League-trained professor, researcher, and consultant with expertise in Social and Organizational Psychology

Profile Summary
Subject Matter Expertise
Research Scientific and Technical Research
Consulting Business Strategy Consulting
Data & AI Predictive Modeling, Statistical Analysis, Data Insights
Work Experience

Graduate Program Director and Associate Professor

University of Baltimore

August 2013 - Present

Academic Director, Maryland Equity and Inclusion Leadership Program

Schaefer Center for Public Policy of the University of Baltimore and the Maryland Commission on Civil Rights

April 2018 - December 2019

Faculty Fellow

Schaefer Center for Public Policy, University of Baltimore

February 2013 - February 2018

Associate Adjunct Professor of Psychology and Education

Teachers College, Columbia University

January 2013 - May 2013

Visiting Research Fellow

Singapore Management University

January 2012 - February 2012


MPhil in Social-Organizational Psychology

Columbia University

February 2013 - May 2013

PhD in Social-Organizational Psychology

Columbia University

September 2005 - May 2013

MA in Organizational Psychology

Teachers College, Columbia University

September 2005 - May 2008

BA in Communication and Psychology (with honors)

University of Southern California

August 2000 - May 2003

  • Certification details not provided.
(2017). Goal interdependence, subgroup formation, and conflict in teams . International Journal of Organization Theory and Behavior. 20. (4). p. 519-543.