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교수 이수진 (Lee, SuJin)

기술경영학부 | 부교수

Organizational Behavior

  • sujinlee@kaist.ac.kr

  • +82-(0)42-350-4339

  • N5, #2110

  • Field of Study
    • Negotiation
    • Diversity and Intergroup Relations
    • Creativity
    • Prosocial and Ethical Behavior
    • Happiness
  • Courses
    • MSB238 조직행동론 (Organizational Behavior)
    • MSB345 혁신경영을 위한 창의성의 이해 (Understanding Creativity for Innovation Management)
    • MSB443 협상의 기술과 갈등관리 (Negotiation and Conflict Management)
    • MSB538 혁신조직관리론 (Managing Innovative Organizations)
    • ITM560 혁신조직과 리더십 (Leadership for Innovative Organization)
  • Education
    • Ph.D. in Management, Cornell University, USA(2005)
    • M.A. in Organizational Psychology, Columbia University, USA (1999)
    • B.A. in History with Psychology minor, Yonsei University, KOREA, (1997)
  • Major Career
    • Associate Vice President of Student Affairs and Policy, KAIST (2021-present)
    • Vice President, KAIST Women Faculty Council (2021)
    • Head of Academic Affairs, BTM (2019-2020)
    • Head of PCM Graduate Minor Program (2016-2018)
    • Vice President of Research, Korean Association of Negotiation Studies (2021-present)
    • Editor-in-Chief, International Journal of Negotiation (2021-present)
    • Associate Editor, Frontiers in Psychology (SSCI) (2020-present)
    • Lead Guest Editor, Frontiers in Psychology (SSCI) (2017-2019)
    • Full Professor, KAIST (2021-present)
    • Associate Professor, KAIST (2012-2021)
    • EWon Assistant/Associate Professor (2012-2015)
    • Visiting Scholar, UC Irvine Paul Merage School of Business (2018-2019)
    • Visiting Scholar, MIT Sloan School of Management (2012-2013)
    • Assistant Professor, Business and Technology Management, KAIST (2007-2012)
    • Assistant Professor, Management Engineering, KAIST (2007-2009)
    • Visiting Assistant Professor, Management & Organizations Department, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, USA (2005-2007)
    • Lecturer, Management & Organizations Group, Johnson School of Management, Cornell University, USA (2004)
  • Key Papers