Mike Yeomans will take a position at the Harvard Business School as a Postdoctoral Fellow.
Luxi Shen will take a position at the Chinese University of Hong Kong as an Assistant Professor of Marketing.
Christine Hosey will take a position at FCB Chicago as a Strategic Planner.
Oren Shapira will take a position at the World Trade Center Health Program as a Research Support Specialist.
Congratulations again to Mike, Luxi, Christine, and Oren! Good luck with your new positions!
Zach Burns will take a position at the Dispute Resolution Research Center as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Management & Organizations and Postdoctoral Fellow.
Ellie Shockley will take a position at the Public Policy Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln as a Postdoctoral Research Associate.
Rima Touré-Tillery will take a position at the Kellogg School of Management as an Assistant Professor of Marketing.
Congratulations to Zach, Ellie, and Rima!
Two of our current RAs will be joining us in the PhD program in the fall.
We thank them for all that they have done for the Lab and look forward to having them join us as graduate students in the fall!
Evan Weingarten graduated from the College this summer, and will be entering the PhD program in Marketing at Wharton Business School. The PBJ lab will greatly miss Evan!
Dan Bartels completed his postdoc at the Center for Decision Research this summer, and has taken a position as an Assistant Professor in the Marketing Department at Columbia Business School. The PBJ lab will greatly miss Dan’s insight and incredible breadth of knowledge!
And to the rest of the University of Chicago, Class of 2010, for graduating today. Matt will enjoy his summer before attending law school at the University of Notre Dame. Brittani continues to work in Human Resources at the National Opinion Research Center. Ashley will be off to the University of Virginia to fulfill the position of laboratory manager for Dr. Ben Converse (see below); she looks forward to staying involved in decision research, climbing the Blue Ridge, and escaping Chicago winters.
We thank them for all that they have done for the Lab and give them our best wishes!
Ben Converse successfully defended his dissertation, entitled “Beyond Payback: Grateful Responses to Help.” He’s very grateful to his advisors (Ayelet Fishbach, Chair; Nick Epley; Jane Risen; and Boaz Keysar) for their help and support throughout the process! Ben will take a position at the University of Virginia as an Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Psychology.