Doctoral Student

Sujin Jang

Sujin Jang is a Ph.D. Candidate in the joint Organizational Behavior and Social Psychology Program at Harvard. Her research examines the dynamics of cross-cultural interactions, particularly in the context of multicultural teams. In her dissertation, she develops and tests theory on cultural brokerage, the act of facilitating cross-cultural interactions. 

Sujin has taught and facilitated courses on Leadership and Organizational Behavior in the Harvard Psychology Department and at Harvard Business School, and as an invited lecturer in the International Spark Program (Republic of Georgia) and at Dubrovnik International University (Croatia). 

Originally from Seoul, South Korea, Sujin graduated with highest honors from Yonsei University with a B.A. in Business Administration. She also studied at New York University’s Stern School of Business as a member of the International Business Exchange Program. She holds an M.A. in Social Psychology from Harvard University, and is expected to obtain her Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior in May, 2014.

Sujin Jang is a Ph.D. Candidate in the joint Organizational Behavior and Social Psychology Program at Harvard. Her research examines the dynamics of cross-cultural interactions, particularly in the context of multicultural teams. In her dissertation, she develops and tests theory on cultural brokerage, the act of facilitating cross-cultural interactions. 

Sujin has taught and facilitated courses on Leadership and Organizational Behavior in the Harvard Psychology Department and at Harvard Business School, and as an invited lecturer in the International Spark Program (Republic of Georgia) and at Dubrovnik International University (Croatia). 

Originally from Seoul, South Korea, Sujin graduated with highest honors from Yonsei University with a B.A. in Business Administration. She also studied at New York University’s Stern School of Business as a member of the International Business Exchange Program. She holds an M.A. in Social Psychology from Harvard University, and is expected to obtain her Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior in May, 2014.

  1. Sujin Jang: Winner of the 2013 Organization Science/INFORMS Dissertation Proposal Competition

  2. Sujin Jang: Winner of the 2007 Doctoral Research Fellowship from the Korea Foundation for Advanced Studies. Established in 1974 to support talented young scholars, the program enables selected students to pursue and successfully complete their doctorates at leading overseas research universities. This fellowship is granted without obligations, to allow students to fully devote themselves to their studies.

  3. Sujin Jang: Winner of the 2009 Allport Grant for doctoral research, the 2011 Knox Grant for doctoral research, and the 2012 Stimson Grant for research-related travel through the Harvard Psychology Department.

  4. Sujin Jang: Winner of the 2004 Honors Fellowship at Yonsei University. Established in 2003 to develop outstanding academic leaders, this program grants a full university scholarship and provides one on one faculty mentoring to select students who are at the top of their entering class each year.