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Julie Dinh
Position: Assistant Professor of Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Campus Affiliation: Baruch College
Office Hours: 500
Degrees/Diplomas: Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Rice University
M.A. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Rice University
B.A. in Psychology (magna cum laude), University of California, Berkeley
Research Interests: Diversity, culture, interventions, training, teams, teamwork, health, well-being, health administration, health care, disparity, inequity
Julie V. Dinh, Ph.D., is Assistant Professor of Industrial/Organizational Psychology at Baruch College, City University of New York. Dr. Dinh currently leads the Diversity, Interventions, and Health Lab, where she leads investigations on culture, teams, training, and resilience. She has collaborated within healthcare, federal, and industry agencies, including Baylor College of Medicine, NASA, and diversity consultancies. Dr. Dinh’s work has been funded and/or recognized by the National Science Foundation, Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology, and the American Public Health Association. She holds a B.A. in Psychology (magna cum laude with highest honors) from the University of California, Berkeley, and an M.A. and Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Rice University

Publications
  • Dinh, J. V., Reyes, D. L, Kayga, L.,* Lindgren, C.,* Feitosa, J. & Salas, E. (In press). Developing team trust: Leader insights for virtual settings. Organizational Dynamics.
  • Dinh, J. V., Schweissing, E.,* Venkatesh, A.,* Traylor, A., Kilcullen, M., Perez, J. A.,* & Salas, E. (In press). The study of teamwork processes within the dynamic domains of healthcare: A systematic and taxonomic review. Frontiers in Communication.
  • Dinh, J. V., Traylor, A. M., Kilcullen, M. P., Perez, J. A.,* Schweissing, E. J.,* Venkatesh, A.,* Salas, E. (2019). Cross-disciplinary care: A systematic review on teamwork processes in healthcare. Small Group Research. doi:10.1177/1046496419872002
  • ‡ Cheng, S., Corrington, A., Dinh, J. V., Hebl, M., King, E., Ng, L., Reyes, D., Salas, E., & Traylor, A. (2019). Challenging diversity training myths: Changing the conversation about diversity training to shape science and practice. Organizational Dynamics.
  • Dinh, J. V., & Salas, E. (2019). Prioritization of diversity during residency matching: Trends for a new workforce. Journal of Graduate Medical Education, 11, 319-323. doi:10.4300/jgme-d-18-00721.1
* student author; † co-first author; ‡ authors contributed equally and are listed alphabetically

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