Michael T. Braun
Michael T. Braun, Ph.D. is now an Assistant Professor at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and University. His research interests are in the areas of team knowledge building and decision making, team collaboration and effectiveness, longitudinal data analysis, and dynamic modeling. His work currently appears in Psychological Methods, Organizational Research Methods, and Behavior Research Methods. He currently serves as a reviewer for the Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Management, and Organizational Research Methods. He received his B.A. in Psychology from Purdue University (2006) and his M.A. (2009) and Ph.D. (2012) from Michigan State University.
Dan DotyDan Doty works with the Department of Defense and is currently assisting with a project on social network analysis. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology (2007) from the Ohio State University and a Master's in Industrial/Organizational Psychology (2013) from the Georgia Institute of Technology. His research interests are teams, multi-teams systems, conflict management, and network science.
Miliani Jiménez now works as part of the Army Research Institute (ARI). She holds a B.A. in Psychology (2005) from the Pennsylvania State University, an M.S. in Industrial/Organizational psychology (2010) from the University of Central Florida, and a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational psychology from the University of Central Florida (2012). As an experimental psychologist, her research encompasses the development of effective teams and multiteam systems. Her work has explored organizational context (i.e., degree of virtual communication in teams), input factors (leadership enacted at distinct organizational levels), and process mechanisms (i.e., cognitive architecture, such as mental models and TMS) that impact both teams and multiteam system effectiveness. Her latest work focuses on understanding the effects of organizational identity on both team and organizational performance through a multiteam system lens. She plans on pursuing a career in academia.
Toshio Murase, Ph.D. is now an Assistant Professor at Roosevelt University. His research focuses on multiteam systems, teamwork, leadership, measurement issues, methodology, and network analysis. His dissertation explored measurement issues of team behavioral process emerging as compilational and compositional forms. Murase's work appears in journals such as: Educational and Psychological Measurement, Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice, Journal of Management, and The Leadership Quarterly. He holds a Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of Central Florida (2011), an M.S. in Industrial Organizational Psychology (2006) from California State University at San Bernardino, and a B.S. in Psychology (2003) from California State University at Stanislaus.
Peter SeelyPeter Seely now works as a Research Consultant for Federal Management Partners in Washington, D.C. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (2008) from Emory University, a Master's in Industrial/Organizational Psychology (2012) from Georgia Tech, and a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology (2015) from Georgia Tech. Peter received a Georgia Tech teaching award during his study at Georgia Tech. His research interests are teams, multi-teams systems, identity, and leadership. He plans on pursuing a career in applied research.
Amy WaxAmy Wax is now an Assistant Professor at California State University at Long Beach. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (2010) from Occidental College, a Master's in Industrial/Organizational Psychology (2013) from Georgia Tech, and a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology (2015) from Georgia Tech. Her dissertation, Self-Assembled Teams: Attraction, Composition, and Performance was supported by a 2014 National Science Foundation (NSF) East Asia & Pacific Summer Institute (EAPSI) Fellowship that allowed her to conduct her research in Shanghai, China. Her research interests are diversity in the workplace, team composition, and networks.