Current Ph.D. Students

Raquel Asencio-Hodge

Raquel is a Ph. D. student in Industrial/Organizational Psychology at the Georgia Institute of Technology. She holds a Bachelor of Science and Master's in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from UCF. Her research interests include motivation, leadership, and team effectiveness.She plans on pursuing a career in academia.

Dorothy Carter

Dorothy R. Carter is a Ph.D. student in the Organizational Psychology Program at The Georgia Institute of Technology. Her research focuses on understanding leadership and effective collaboration in complex, multidisciplinary, and virtually-connected collectives. She has served as a graduate student lead on several large-scale research projects funded through the National Science Foundation and has multiple publications, conference proceedings, and book chapters on topics including leadership, social network analysis, teams, and multiteam systems. Dorothy holds a B.S. in Psychology with a minor in Business Management from Wright State University and a M.S. in Organizational Psychology from Georgia Tech.

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Kathryn Dalrymple

Kathryn is a Ph.D. student in Industrial/Organizational Psychology at the Georgia Institute of Technology. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from USF. Her research interests include team assembly, shared leadership, multi-team systems and team effectiveness. She plans on pursuing a career in applied research or academia.

Ben Jones

Ben Jones is a Ph.D. student in Industrial/Organizational Psychology at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from The College of New Jersey. His research interests include teams, networks, leadership, and diversity in the workplace. He plans on pursuing a career in applied research or academia.

Gabriel Plummer

Gabriel Plummer is a Ph.D. student in Industrial/Organizational Psychology at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology (2014) from Connecticut College. His research pursuits currently include teams, networks, and shared cognition. He plans on pursuing a career in applied research or academia.