TEACHING INTERESTS
  • Negotiation and conflict resolution 
  • Organizational behavior 
  • Business ethics (behavioral ethics)
  • Quantitative approaches to organizational issues
    • e.g., reliability and validity in employee selection practices and/or performance assessment 
  • Methodology and statistics for the behavioral sciences
    • e.g., hierarchical linear modeling, structural equation modeling, scale development 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
  • Instructor - Carnegie Mellon University
    • Negotiation and Conflict Resolution (Spring, 2017)
    • Rating: 4.7/5.0
  • Guest Lecturer - Carnegie Mellon University
    • Negotiation and Conflict Resolution (Spring, 2016)
    • Rating: 4.6/5.0
  • Instructor - Intensive Statistical Workshops
    • Kong-Ju University (May, 2010)
      • 2-day statistics workshop for graduate students
      • Topics covered: ANOVA, regression, factor analysis
    • Yonsei University (July, 2010)
      • 5-day statistics workshop for graduate students
      • Topics covered: ANOVA, regression, factor analysis, structural equation modeling 
  • Teaching Assistant - Carnegie Mellon University
    • Managing People and Teams (Fall, 2015; Fall, 2016)
    • Team Conflict and Negotiation (Spring, 2016)
    • Negotiations (Fall, 2013; Spring, 2014; Fall, 2015)
    • Organizational Development and Implementation (Fall, 2014; Fall, 2015; Fall, 2016)
  • Teaching Assistant - Yonsie University
    • Introduction to Statistics (Spring, 2011)
    • Mathematical Statistics 1 (Fall, 2010)
    • Educational Statistics (Spring, 2008)

TEACHING CERTIFICATES
  • Ministry of Education & Human Resources, South Korea
    • Teaching certificate in middle- and high-school education (2006)
    • Teaching certificate in middle- and high-school English (2006)