PhD, Stanford University, 2017
B.Comm., University of Toronto, 2011
OBHR 3310 Introduction to Organizational Behavior
Current / Recent Research
- Belmi, P, Jun, S., & Adams, G. S. (2021). The equal opportunity jerk defense: Rudeness can obfuscate gender bias. Accepted at Psychological Science.
- Phillips, L. T., & Jun, S. (2021). Why benefitting from discrimination is less recognized as discrimination. In press at the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
- Jun, S., & Wu, J. (2021). Words that hurt: Leaders’ use of anti-Asian communication and employee outcomes. Journal of Applied Psychology, 106, 169-184.
- Halevy, N., Jun, S., & Chou, E. Y. (2020). Intergroup conflict is our business: CEOs’ ethical intergroup leadership fuels stakeholder support for corporate intergroup responsibility. Journal of Business Ethics, 162, 229-246.
- Halali, E., Dorfman, A., Jun, S., & Halevy, N. (2018). More for us or more for me? Social dominance as parochial egoism. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 9, 254-262.
- Jun, S., Lowery, B. S., & Guillory, L. (2017). Keeping minorities happy: Hierarchy maintenance and Whites’ decreased support for highly identified White politicians. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 43, 1615-1629.
- Kang, S. K., DeCelles, K. A., Tilcsik, A., & Jun, S. (2016). Whitened résumés: Race and self-presentation in the labor market. Administrative Science Quarterly, 61, 469-502.
- Organizational behavior
- Hierarchy and intergroup relations
Awards and Recognition
Saroj Parasuraman Award for Outstanding Publication (2017)
Scott W. Richard Scott Award for Distinguished Scholarship (2017)
INFORMS/Organization Science Dissertation Proposal Competition Finalist (2016)
Academy of Management
Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Society for Personality and Social Psychology