DR. COLLEEN COWGILL

Postdoctoral Researcher

PhD, Ohio University

Colleen's research program broadly examines attitudes toward members of marginalized or underrepresented groups in certain contexts and the impact of being a member of such groups on a person’s career goals, self-presentation, and prosocial behavior. 

VID MILAKOVIČ

Research Assistant

NYU Abu Dhabi

Vid is a sophomore at NYU Abu Dhabi where he is double-majoring in Psychology and Film and New Media. He is interested in how different beliefs and norms regarding gender affect individuals' self-perceptions, and how they are linked to the lack of professional and social opportunities in spheres historically unoccupied by that gender.

RAYE ZHU

Research Intern

NYU Steinhardt

Raye is a junior at NYU Steinhardt where she studies Applied Psychology, with a minor in Business Studies. She is interested in how gender stereotypes and bias influence behaviors, emotions, and communication in workplace on an individual level, as well as the gender division of labor on a societal level.

CECE KIM

Research Assistant
NYU Abu Dhabi

Cece is a senior at NYU Abu Dhabi where she is studying Literature & Creative Writing and Psychology. She is interested in understanding how gender norms and beliefs affect marginalized individuals on personal, societal, and professional realms.