Julie V. Dinh | Vita        

JULIE V. DINH

Curriculum Vitae

Department of Psychological Sciences

School of Social Sciences

Rice University

6100 Main St (MS-25)

Houston, TX 77005

Office: Sewall Hall 211D

Email: julie.dinh@rice.edu

Updated October 1, 2019


EDUCATION

 

2020, expected

Doctor of Philosophy, Industrial/Organizational Psychology (Candidate)
Rice University

Dissertation topic: Patient trust and satisfaction in the pediatric intensive care unit
Advisor: Eduardo Salas, Ph.D.

2018

 

Master of Arts, Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Rice University

Thesis: Cultural competency in healthcare providers: A qualitative investigation
Committee: Eduardo Salas, Ph.D. (advisor); Margaret Beier, Ph.D.; Michelle Hebl, Ph.D.

2011

 

Bachelor of Arts, Psychology with a Minor in English
University of California, Berkeley

Thesis: Rejection sensitivity and attitudinal acceptance of intimate partner violence
Advisors: Juliana Breines, Ph.D., and Ozlem Ayduk, Ph.D.


RECOGNITION

11/2019        Graduate Teaching Award Finalist for Independent Instruction, Rice University Center for Teaching Excellence

Selected by the Rice Center for Teaching Excellence for excellence as a graduate student instructor of record, university-wide. The award selection process is ongoing, and will be completed March 2020.

 

03/2019        Freshman Writing Intensive Seminar Instructor, Rice University Center for Teaching Excellence

Selected by the Rice Center for Teaching Excellence to be one of nine graduate student instructors, university-wide, for the Program in Writing and Communication. Graduate student instructors receive a stipend and tuition award and waiver for the semester.

 

11/2018            Doctoral Consortia Scholar, Southern Management Association

                         Competitive travel grant, awarded to doctoral students to attend a daylong program focusing on future faculty success in research, teaching, and service.

 

04/2018            SIOP Small Grant Award, Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology

                         Competitive research grant, awarded annually to three to five research teams annually within the professional organization.

 

04/2018            “Reviewer’s Choice” Chair & Presenter, Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Distinction awarded to the 20 (2%) highest-rated sessions during the annual conference, for the symposium, “I/O to the rescue: Managing crises in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.”

 

01/2018            SIOP Travel Award, Rice University’s Department of Psychology

                         Competitive travel award, awarded to one graduate student annually.

 

11/2017            Student Award, American Public Health Association
Competitive recognition in the Public Health Education and Health Promotion division, awarded to 10 students annually for excellence in research.

 

10/2017            Graduate Student Conference Travel Grant, Social Sciences Research Institute
Competitive travel award from Rice University, awarded to 20 graduate students across the School of Social Sciences annually.

 

03/2016            Graduate Research Fellowship Program, National Science Foundation
Competitive three-year, fully-funded fellowship awarded to 2,000 of over 17,000 STEM graduate student applicants nationally; sole awardee in Industrial/Organizational Psychology field during application year.

 

06/2011            Highest Honors in Psychology, University of California, Berkeley
Awarded to top 10% of honors students in psychology based on thesis excellence.

 

06/2011            High Distinction in General Scholarship, University of California, Berkeley
Awarded to top 10% of students in the School of Letters & Science based on GPA (3.91).

 

06/2010            Dean’s List, University of California, Berkeley
Awarded to top 4% of students in the School of Letters & Science based on GPA.

 

06/2009            Osher Foundation Scholarship, Osher Foundation
Awarded to one student school-wide based on academic excellence.

 

06/2009            Rod Hansen Excellence in Rhetoric Scholarship, Orange Coast College
Competitive scholarship awarded to one student school-wide based on academic excellence in the field of Communication.

 

06/2008            Anne Finnegan Memorial Scholarship, Orange Coast College, Dept. of English
Competitive scholarship awarded to one student school-wide based on academic excellence in the field of English.

 

07/2007            Gold Award, Girl Scouts of the United States of America
Awarded to Girl Scouts who complete a large-scale community service project; received following ten years of volunteering and leadership.

 

06/2007            Good Citizen Award, Daughters of the American Revolution
Awarded to individuals who demonstrate leadership in their communities.

 

06/2007            National Merit Semifinalist, College Board
Competitive distinction awarded to top 50,000 of over 1.2 million high school students nationally.

 


PUBLICATIONS

Note: * co-first author;  student author

 

Peer-Refereed Journal Articles

 

  1. Kazi, S., Khalegzadegan, S., Dinh, J. V., Shelhamer, M. J., Sapirstein, A., Goeddel, L. A., Chime, N. O., Salas, E., & Rosen, M. A. (2019). Team physiological dynamics: A critical review. Human Factors. doi:10.1177/0018720819874160
  2. Dinh, J. V., Traylor, A. M., Kilcullen, M. P., Perez, J. A.,† Schweissing, E. J.,† Venkatesh, A.,† Salas, E. (2019). Cross-disciplinary care: A systematic review on teamwork processes in healthcare. Small Group Research. doi:10.1177/1046496419872002
  3. Reyes, D. L., Dinh, J. V., Lacerenza, C., Marlow, S., Joseph, D. L., & Salas, E. (2019). The state of higher education leadership development program evaluation: A meta-analysis, critical review, and recommendations. Leadership Quarterly. doi:10.1016/j.leaqua.2019.101311
  4. Cheng, S.,* Corrington, A.,* Dinh, J. V., Hebl, M.,* King, E.,* Ng, L.,* Reyes, D.,* Salas, E.,* & Traylor, A.* (2019; e-pub ahead of press). Challenging diversity training myths: Changing the conversation about diversity training to shape science and practice. Organizational Dynamics.
  5. Dinh, J. V., & Salas, E. (2019). Prioritization of diversity during residency matching: Trends for a new workforce. Journal of Graduate Medical Education, 11, 319-323. doi:10.4300/jgme-d-18-00721.1
  6. Khan, A. J., Li. Y., Dinh, J. V., Donalson, R., Hebenstreit, C. L., & Maguen, S. (2019). Examining the impact of different types of military trauma on suicidality in women veterans. Psychiatry Research, 274, 7-11. doi:10.1016/j.psychres.2019.02.025
  7. Reyes, D., Dinh, J. V., & Salas, E. (2019). What makes a good team leader? Journal of Character and Leadership Development, 6, 88-100.
  8. Ehrlich, K. B., Stern, J. A., Eccles, J. S., Dinh, J. V., Hopper, E., A., Kemeny, K., & Cassidy, J. (2019). A preliminary investigation of attachment style and inflammation in African American young adults. Attachment and Human Development, 21, 57-69. doi:10.1080/14616734.2018.1541516
  9. Dinh, J. V., & Salas, E. (2018). Steering through the storm: Leading organizations during crisis. People + Strategy, 41(4), 22-27.
  10. Maguen, S., Hebenstreit, C., Li, Y., Dinh, J. V., Donalson, R., Dalton, S., Rubin, E., & Masheb, E. (2018). Screen for disordered eating: Improving the accuracy of eating disorder screening in primary care. General Hospital Psychiatry, 50, 20-25. doi:10.1016/j.genhosppsych.2017.09.004
  11. Breland, J. Y., Donalson, R., Nevedal, A., Dinh, J. V., & Maguen, S. (2017). Military experience can influence women's eating habits. Appetite, 118, 161-167. doi:10.1016/j.appet.2017.08.009
  12. Maguen, S., Burkman, K., Madden, E., Dinh, J. V., Bosch, J., Keyser, J., Schmitz, M. & Neylan, T. C. (2017). Impact of killing in war: a randomized, controlled pilot trial. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 73, 997-1012. doi:10.1002/jclp.22471
  13. Breland, J. Y., Donalson, R., Dinh, J. V., Nevedal, A., & Maguen, S. (2017). Trauma exposure and disordered eating: A qualitative study. Women & Health, 58, 160-174. doi:10.1080/03630242.2017.1282398
  14. Goldstein, L. A., Dinh, J. V., Donalson, R., Hebenstreit, C. L., & Maguen, S. (2017). Impact of military trauma exposures on posttraumatic stress and depression in female veterans. Psychiatry Research, 249, 281-285. doi:10.1016/j.psychres.2017.01.009
  15. Jones, J. D., Ehrlich, K. B., Brett, B. E., Gross, J. T., Mohr, J. J., Hopper, E. A., Dinh, J. V., Malanchuk, O., Peck, S. C., Brodish, A. B., Adam, E. K., Eccles, J. S., Kemeny, M. E., & Cassidy, J. (2016). Perceptions of parental secure base support in African American adolescents and young adults: A preliminary study of predictive links to adult C-Reactive Protein. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 34, 1168-1185. doi:10.1177/0265407516670532
  16. Breland, J. Y., Donalson, R., Dinh, J. V., Nevedal, A., & Maguen, S. (2016). Women veterans’ treatment preferences for disordered eating. Women’s Health Issues, 26, 429–436. doi:10.1016/j.whi.2016.04.006

 

Accepted/Under Review/Revising/Invited (titles excluded for blind review; topics reported here)

Dinh, J. V., Traylor, A. M., Moturu, A., Loftis, L., Goldman, J., Salas, E., & Hellsten, M. B. (Under review). Culture and healthcare.

Book Chapters

 

  1. Dinh, J. V., & Dogra, N. (In press). Equality, diversity, and inclusion. AskAMEE. Dundie, UK: Association for Medical Education in Europe.
  2. Dinh, J. V., & Salas, E. (2017). Factors that influence teamwork. In E. Salas, R. Rico, N. Ashkanasy & J. Passmore (Eds.), Handbook of the Psychology of Team Working and Collaborative Processes (15-42). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.
  3. Woods, A., Dinh, J. V., & Salas, E. (2017). How do I learn what to do? How the science of training supports learning. In N. Chmiel, F. Fraccaroli, M. Sverke (Eds.), Introduction to Work & Organizational Psychology (335-353). 3rd edition. Chichester, UK: Wiley.

 

Under Review/Revising/Invited

Dinh, J. V., & Salas, E. (Invited). Culture and learning, training and development. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

 

Working Papers (titles excluded for blind review; topics reported here)

 

Dinh, J. V., Paoletti, J., & Salas, E. (Resubmitting). Team behaviors.

Dinh, J. V., Traylor, A. M., Moturu, A., Salas, E., Hellsten-Brown, M., & Loftis, L. (Resubmitting). Culture and healthcare.

Dinh, J. V., & Salas, E. (Resubmitting). Cross-cultural competencies.

Dinh, J. V., Traylor, A., Corrington, A., Hebl, M., & Salas, E. (Resubmitting). Cross-cultural training.

Reyes, D., Dinh, J. V., & Salas, E. (Resubmitting). Rejection in the workplace.

Dinh, J. V., Arevalo, T., Loftis, L., & Hellsten-Brown, M. (Writing). Patient trust.

Dinh, J. V., Reyes, D. L., Landon, W., Duplessis, L., & Salas, E. (Analyzing data). Volunteerism.

Dinh, J. V., Arevalo, T., Hellsten-Brown, M., Loftis, L., & Slack, K. (Analyzing data). Measure validation.

Traylor, A., Dinh, J. V., Ng, L., Reyes, D., Cheng, S., & Salas, E. (Analyzing data). Team diversity.


CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

 

Posters

  1. Dinh, J. V. (2020). Going for the GRFP: How to win an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. Master tutorial to be presented at the 35th Annual Meeting of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Austin, TX.
  2. Dinh, J. V., Traylor, A. M., Kilcullen, M. P., Salas, E. (2020). Teamwork in the dynamic domains of healthcare: A systematic review. Poster to be presented at the 35th Annual Meeting of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Austin, TX.
  3. Dinh, J. V., Ninemire, M. R., Musick, M., Thammasitboon, S., & Loftis, L. (2019, November). Psychological safety among healthcare providers in the PICU. Poster presented at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
  4. Dinh, J. V., Traylor, A., & Salas, E. (2019, April). Cross-cultural training effectiveness and moderating factors: A meta-analysis. Poster presented at the 34th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Washington, DC.
  5. Dinh, J. V., Arevalo, T., Traylor, A. M., Loftis, L., Slack, K., Schmidt, L., Salas, E., & Hellsten, M. (2019, April). Trust and satisfaction in culturally diverse PICU patients: A mixed-methods study. Poster presented at the 34th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Washington, DC.
  6. Dinh, J. V., Reyes, D. L., Landon, W., Duplessis, L., & Salas, E. (2019, April). Sustaining Good Samaritans: Evaluating volunteerism after crisis. Poster presented at the 34th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Washington, DC.
  7. Dinh, J. V.,* Traylor, A.,* & Salas, E. (2018, May). Team coordination and continuity of patient care. Poster presented at the Team Science Summit, Houston, TX.
  8. Reyes, D., & Dinh, J. V., (2018, April). How likely are you to negotiate?: Traits that predict who initiates a negotiation. Poster presented at the 33rd Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chicago, IL.
  9. Rosen, M. A., Sadaf, K., Khaleghzadegan, S., Paoletti, J., Dinh, J. V., Salas, E., & Oswald, F. (2018, April). Unobtrusive measures of team communication: State of the science and the road ahead. Poster presented at the 33rd Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chicago, IL.
  10. Kazi, S., Khaleghzadegan, S., Dinh, J. V., Salas, E., & Rosen, M.A. (2018, April). A review of using physiological measurement in team settings. Poster presented at the 33rd Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chicago, IL.
  11. Breland, J. Y., Griffin, R., Dinh, J. V., Maguen, S., & Masheb, R. (2018, April). Under pressure: Women veterans’ voices on making weight. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine.
  12. Dinh, J. V., Barton, J., & Salas, E. (2018, February). Prioritization of diversity during physician residency matching: Trends and implications for a new workforce. Poster presented at Personnel and Human Resources Research Group, Houston, TX.
  13. Traylor, A., Dinh, J. V., & Salas, A. (2018, February). Team coordination and continuity of patient care. Poster presented at the Industrial Organizational/Organizational Behavior Conference, Tulsa, OK.
  14. Dinh, J. V., Moturu, A., Traylor, A., Zajac, S., Loftis, L., Bashir, D., Schmidt, L., Sur, M., Hellsten-Brown, M., & Salas, E. (2017, September). Cultural competence in end-of-life decision-making: A qualitative investigation in pediatrics critical care. Poster presented at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
  15. Dinh, J. V., Barton, J., & Salas, E. (2017, September). Prioritization of diversity during physician residency matching: Trends and implications for a new workforce. Poster presented at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
  16. Dinh, J. V., Breines, J., Ayduk, O., Reyes, D., & Salas, E. (2017, June). Rejection sensitivity and attitudinal acceptance of abusive behavior. Poster presented at the 12th International Conference on Occupational Stress and Health, Minneapolis, MN.
  17. Reyes, D., & Dinh, J. V. (2017, June). You get what you’re not afraid to ask for: Rejection sensitivity on negotiations. Poster presented at the 12th International Conference on Occupational Stress and Health, Minneapolis, MN.
  18. Dinh, J. V., McCaslin, S. E., Herbst, E., Becket-Davenport, C., & Salas. E. (2017, April). Veteran acculturation and re-entry into the civilian workplace. Poster presented at the 32nd Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Orlando, FL.
  19. Dinh, J. V., Zajac, S. A., Loftis, L., Schmidt, L. L., Sur, M., Hellsten, M., Bashir, D., & Salas, E. (2017, April). Cultural competency among healthcare providers: A qualitative pilot investigation. Poster presented at the 32nd Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Orlando, FL.
  20. Iwig, C., Dinh, J. V., Stone, E., & Salas, E. (2017, January). Evaluation of a web-based measurement toolkit for advising the assessment of human-automation system safety and performance. Poster presented at the NASA Human Research Program Investigators' Workshop, Galveston, TX.
  21. McCaslin, S., Davenport-Becket, C., Chapin, B., Dinh, J. V., Choucroun, G., & Herbst, E. (2016, November). Military acculturation and transition to the civilian setting. Poster presented at the 32nd Annual Meeting for the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Dallas, TX.
  22. Woods, A., Iwig, C., Dinh, J. V., & Salas, E. (2016, September). Informing the development of a safety and performance metric selection toolkit: Subject matter experts weigh in. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting for the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, Washington, DC.
  23. Bosch, J., Weaver, T. L., Dinh, J. V., Neylan, T., & McCaslin, S. (2015, November). The impact of exercise on PTSD symptoms among OEF/OIF/OND Veterans. Poster presented at the 31st Annual Meeting for the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, New Orleans, LA.
  24. Hebenstreit, C., Dinh, J. V., Donalson, R., Dalton, S., & Maguen, S. (2015, November). Eating disorders and psychiatric comorbidities among female Veterans. Poster presented at the 31st Annual Meeting for the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, New Orleans, LA.
  25. Maguen, S., Donalson, R., Dinh, J. V., Hebenstreit, C., Dalton, S., & Rubin, E. (2015, November). Military sexual trauma is associated with eating disorders in female veterans. Poster presented at the 31st Annual Meeting for the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, New Orleans, LA.
  26. Dinh, J. V., Breines, J., & Ayduk, O. (2015, February). Rejection sensitivity and attitudinal acceptance of intimate partner violence. Poster presented at the 16th Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Long Beach, CA.
  27. Maguen, S., Madden, E., Dinh, J. V., & Seal, K. (2014, November). Suicide risk among Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans with mental health problems. Poster presented at the 30th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress, Miami, FL.
  28. Maguen, S., Madden, E., Dinh, J. V., & Seal, K. (2014, July). Suicide risk among female Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans with mental health problems. Poster presented at the National VA HSR&D Conference on Enhancing Partnerships for Research and Care of Women Veterans, Washington, DC.
  29. Dinh, J. V., Walser, R., Best, S., Cloitre, M., & McCaslin, S. (2014, March). Self-compassion is associated with emotional stress and perceived health-related functioning in Veterans. Poster presented at the 72nd Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Psychosomatic Society, San Francisco, CA.
  30. Burkman, K., Bosch, J., Dinh, J. V., & Maguen, S. (2013, November). Preliminary findings from a pilot study of a novel treatment among veterans with PTSD who have killed in war. Poster presented at the 29th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress, Philadelphia, PA.
  31. Brett, B. E., Jones, J. D., Ehrlich, K.B., Kemeny, M., Mohr, J., Hopper, E., Dinh, J. V., Gross, J., Malanchuk, O., Peck, S. C., Brodish, A., Adam, E. K., Eccles, J. S., & Cassidy, J. (2013, April). Early adolescent parental attachment support, but not other forms of social support, predicts adult immune functioning. Poster presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Seattle, WA.

 

Under Review

Khan, A. J., Li, Y., Dinh, J. V., Griffin, R., Hebenstreit, C. L., & Maguen, S. Examining the impact of different types of military trauma on suicidality in women veterans.

Oral Presentations

 

Chair

  1. Dinh, J. V. (2019, August). Interpersonal dynamics. Paper session chaired at the 79th Annual Conference of the Academy of Management, Boston, MA.
  2. Dinh, J. V., & Rizzuto, T. E.* (2018, April). I/O to the rescue: Managing crises in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. Symposium co-chaired at the 33rd Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chicago, IL.
  3. Dinh, J. V., & Feitosa, J.* (2018, April). Crossing cultures and bridging the science-practice divide. Symposium co-chaired at the 33rd Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chicago, IL.
  4. Dinh, J. V., & Feitosa, J.* (2018, April). Understanding culture’s consequences: Thinking outside of the methodological box. Symposium co-chaired at the 33rd Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chicago, IL.

 

Presenter/Author

  1. Dinh, J. V., Arevalo, T., Loftis, L., & Hellsten-Brown, M. (2019, November). Patient trust and satisfaction in diverse populations: A mixed-methods study in the PICU. Oral presentation to be presented at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.
  2. Dinh, J. V., Paoletti, J., Rosen, M. A., & Salas, E. (2019, August). Looking after one's own: An overview of the "team care" construct. Paper orally presented at the 79th Annual Conference of the Academy of Management, Boston, MA.
  3. Dinh, J. V., & Salas, E. (2019, August). Clarifying competencies: A qualitative synthesis of cross-cultural training objectives. Paper orally presented at the 79th Annual Conference of the Academy of Management, Boston, MA.
  4. Dinh, J. V., Loftis, L., Hellsten-Brown, M., & Salas, E. (2018, July). Cultural competency during end-of-life care: A qualitative investigation in the PICU. Oral abstract presented at the 14th Annual Pediatric Bioethics Conference, Seattle, WA.
  5. Dinh, J. V., Reyes, D., & Salas, E. (2018, April). Sustaining Good Samaritans: Hurricane Harvey and volunteerism over time. Symposium talk presented at the 33rd Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chicago, IL.
  6. Dinh, J. V., Traylor, A., Corrington, A., Hebl, M.,  & Salas, E. (2018, April). The cross-cultural training landscape: A meta-analysis of empirical research. Symposium talk presented at the 33rd Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chicago, IL.
  7. Dinh, J. V., Moturu, A., Zajac, S. A., Loftis, L., Bashir, D., Schmidt, L., Sur, M., Hellsten-Brown, M., & Salas, E. (2018, April). Communicating in cross-cultural teams: A qualitative study in healthcare. Symposium talk presented at the 33rd Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chicago, IL.
  8. Dinh, J. V., Zajac, S. A., Loftis, L., Schmidt, L. L., Sur, M., Hellsten, M., Bashir, D., & Salas, E. (2017, February). Cultural competency: Healthcare providers’ perspectives and training program development. IGNITE talk presented at the Industrial Organizational/Organizational Behavior Conference, Houston TX.
  9. Maguen, S., Hebenstreit, C., Li, Y., Donalson, R., Dinh, J. V., Dalton, S., Rubin, E, & Masheb, R. (2017, March). Discriminative accuracy of a new screening instrument for eating disorders in veterans. Symposium presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine.
  10. Maguen, S., Burkman, K., Madden, E., Dinh, J. V., Keyser, J., Bosch, J., Schmitz, M., & Neylan, T. C. (2015, November). Impact of killing in war: A randomized, controlled pilot trial. Symposium presented at the 31st Annual Meeting for the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, New Orleans, LA.
  11. Ehrlich, K. B., Kemeny, M., Jones, J. D., Brett, B. E., Dinh, J. V., Hopper, E., Peck, S. C., Malanchuk, O., Brodish, A., Adam, E. K., Eccles, J. S., & Cassidy, J. (2013, April). When parents and adolescents agree about not disagreeing: Concordance in reports of low conflict predicts later immune functioning. In J. Cassidy (Chair), Psychosocial predictors of immune functioning: A developmental perspective. Paper presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Seattle, WA.

 

Invited Talks

 

  1. Dinh, J. V. (2019, April). Caring across cultures: Improving patient-provider engagement. Brown bag presented at Rice University, Houston, TX.
  2. Dinh, J. V. (2018, January). Cultural competency in healthcare providers: A qualitative investigation. Brown bag presented at Rice University, Houston, TX.
  3. Dinh, J. V. (2017, November). Rice University Undergraduate Scholars Program: Graduate school programs. Panel at Rice University, Houston, TX.
  4. Dinh, J. V. (2016, November). Psi Chi Psychology Honors Society: Graduate school programs. Panel at Rice University, Houston, TX.

 


 

GRANTS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND FUNDING

 

Research grants and fellowships

 

Small Grant Award (PI: Dinh)                                                         01/01/2017 – 12/31/2018        12 cal.

Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology                            $7,497 (directs)

Cultural competency training: Mixed methods development and evaluation

This small research grant aids an existing program, specifically with the development and evaluation of a cultural competency training. A committee selected three to five teams annually, based on proposals that support research with applied and academic impact.

 

Graduate Student Research Fellowship #1450681 (PI: Dinh)         07/01/2016 – 06/30/2019        12 cal.

National Science Foundation                                                           $102,000 (directs)

Cultural competency in healthcare providers

This national fellowship provides a graduate stipend and a full tuition waiver over the course of three years. Reviewers selected fellows based on intellectual merit and broader impacts of the applicant’s personal history and intended research. The proposed study aims to evaluate cultural competency in the field and develop an effective training for healthcare professionals. It consists of two phases, conducted in collaboration with the Texas Medical Center (TMC): (1) mixed-methods data collection to identify gaps in cultural competencies; and (2) synthesis of these findings into a training program.

 

Teaching

 

Freshman Writing-Intensive Seminar (FWIS)        08/01/2019 – 12/31/2019        5 cal.

Rice University, Center for Teaching Excellence        $34,500 (directs)

Culture and Healthcare course

This competitive teaching program is open to graduate students university-wide, providing an opportunity for applicants to propose and develop a writing seminar on the content area of their choice. Selected instructors are offered a full tuition award and waiver, as well as an additional stipend of $7,500, during their teaching semester.

Travel awards

 

Annual Doctoral Consortia                                             11/01/2018 – 11/30/2018

Southern Management Association                                                  $500

This stipend supports the travel expenses to the Annual Doctoral Consortia at the meeting of the Southern Management Association. Doctoral students are selected for a daylong program, designed to provide both a better understanding of factors in faculty success and opportunities to integrate into the profession.

 

SIOP Travel Award         04/01/2018 – 04/30/2018

Rice University, Department of Psychological Sciences                $500

The purpose of this grant was to enable first author presentations at the annual meeting of the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology (SIOP). The presentations included the co-chairing of three symposia on humanitarian disaster recovery efforts, cross-cultural scientist-practitioner issues, and cross-cultural teamwork and methodologies.

 

Graduate Student Conference Travel Grant         11/01/2017 – 11/30/2017

Social Sciences Research Institute                                                   $400

The purpose of this grant was to enable first author presentations at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association (APHA). The posters focus on: (1) cultural competency as it applies to end-of-life decision-making in a pediatric critical care unit (Student Award winner); and (2) the changing nature of prioritization of diversity issues among early career physicians.


MEDIA COVERAGE

McCaig, A. (2018, November 29). Amid natural disaster, what can leaders do to help? Rice University News and Media. Retrieved from http://news.rice.edu/2018/11/29/amid-natural-disaster-what-can-leaders-do-to-help/

Richman, M. (2018, June 27). Study: Demanding, fast-paced military lifestyle may cause women to adopt poor eating habits. Retrieved from: https://www.research.va.gov/currents/0618-Demanding-fast-paced-military-lifestyle-may-cause-women-to-adopt-poor-eating-habits.cfm

Richman, M. (2017, February 2). Exploring the link between trauma and disordered eating for female Vets. VA Research Currents. Retrieved from: https://www.research.va.gov/currents/0217-1.cfm 


TEACHING AND MENTORSHIP

Instructor of Record

Culture & Healthcare: Freshman Writing Intensive Seminar, Rice University        
                Fall 2019

Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Rice University                Summer 2019

Introduction to Psychology, Rice University                Summer 2018

Graduate Mentor and Coach        

 

Consortium for Organizational Resilience and Effectiveness        08/2015 – present

Center for Writing, Oral, & Visual Communication, Rice University
                08/2016 – 12/2018

Undergraduate Mentorship Program, Rice University                08/2015 – 06/2017

Teaching Assistant

Developmental Psychology, Rice University                Fall 2018

Health Psychology, Rice University                Fall 2017

Research Methods, Rice University                Fall 2016

Introduction to Psychology, Rice University                Fall 2015

Guest Lecturer and Workshop Presenter

Workshop: Grantsmanship, Rice University                09/2018

Workshop: Peer Methods, Rice University                10/2017

Guest lecture: Social Psychology, Rice University                05/2017

Workshop: Productivity Tools & Visual Design, Rice University        02/2017

Course Facilitator

Mad Men DeCal, University of California, Berkeley                 Fall 2011

 


SELECTED GRADUATE COURSEWORK

Psyc 533 – Foundations of Industrial/Organizational Psychology (Stephan Motowidlo, Ph.D.)

Psyc 630 – Advanced Topics in I/O: Field Methods (Michelle “Mikki” Hebl, Ph.D.)

Psyc 636 – Organizational Psychology (Stephan Motowidlo, Ph.D.)

Psyc 633 – Advanced Topics in I/O: Training (Anton Villado, Ph.D.)

Psyc 634 – Personnel Psychology (Margaret Beier, Ph.D.)

Psyc 550 – Foundations of Social Psychology (Michelle “Mikki” Hebl, Ph.D.)

Psyc 602 – Psychometrics (Frederick Oswald, Ph.D.)

Psyc 637 – Meta-analysis (Frederick Oswald, Ph.D.)

Psyc 663 – Medical Human Factors (Phil Kortum, Ph.D.)

Psyc 547 – Foundations of Health Psychology (Chris Fagundes, Ph.D.)


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Graduate Researcher, Doctoral Student and Candidate                08/2015 – present

Consortium for Organizational Resilience & Effectiveness

Department of Psychological Sciences – Rice University; Houston, TX

 

Principal Investigator: Julie V. Dinh, Ph.D.

Grant-writing involvement (funded):

Principal Investigator: Eduardo Salas, Ph.D.

Project involvement:

Healthcare Delivery Evaluation and Research Intern                06/2019 - present

Baylor College of Medicine – Texas Children’s Hospital; Houston, TX

Co-Principal Investigators: Laura Loftis, M.D., Melody Hellsten-Brown, D.N.P., and Lara Shekerdemian, M.D.

Project involvement:

 

Organizational Consultant                01/2016 – 07/2019

Department of Psychological Sciences, Rice University; Houston, TX

 

Client: Ivy Planning Group

Client: OwlSpark (start-up accelerator)

 

Client: Houston Baptist University

 

Client: National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education

Collaborator: The Human Resources Research Organization (HumRRO)

Survey Research and Outreach Intern, Hurricane Harvey Registry        07/2018 – 08/2018

Children’s Environmental Health Initiative, Rice University; Houston, TX

Staff Research Associate II, Project Coordinator                04/2012 – 08/2015

Stress & Health Research Program – San Francisco VA Medical Center –

Northern California Institute for Research & Education; San Francisco, CA

 

Principal Investigator: Shira Maguen, Ph.D.

Project involvement:

Grant-writing involvement (funded):

 

Principal Investigator: Shannon McCaslin-Rodrigo, Ph.D.

Project involvement:

Staff Research Associate II, Project Coordinator                05/2011 – 06/2013

Department of Psychiatry, University of California, San Francisco; San Francisco, CA

 

Principal Investigator: Anne Richards, M.D., M.P.H.

Project involvement:

 

Principal Investigator: Margaret Kemeny, Ph.D.

Project involvement:

Research Assistant II, Typist                05/2011 – 05/2012

School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley; Berkeley, CA

 

Principal Investigator: Alina Engelman, Dr.P.H.

Project involvement:

Research Assistant (Volunteer)                05/2010 – 12/2011

Department of Psychology, University of California, Berkeley; Berkeley, CA

 

Principal Investigator: Fei Xu, Ph.D.

Berkeley Early Learning Laboratory (formerly the Infant Cognition and Language Laboratory)

Principal Investigator: Serena Chen, Ph.D. (Juliana Breines, Ph.D.)

Self, Identity and Relationships Laboratory


SERVICE

 

Chief Volunteer Program Assessment Officer                05/2018 – 05/2019

Rice Industrial/Organizational Psychology Association, Rice University

Senior Organizational Effectiveness Consultant                08/2017 – 05/2019

Volunteer Program Assessment, Rice University

Co-organizer and Master of Ceremonies                05/2018

Team Science Summit, Rice University

Chief Technology Officer                01/2016 – 05/2017

Rice Industrial-Organizational Psychology Association, Rice University

Director of Technology                01/2016 – 02/2017

Industrial Organizational/Organizational Behavior Conference; Houston, TX

State-certified Domestic Violence Counselor & Volunteer                03/2012 – 07/2015

Asian Women’s Shelter; San Francisco, CA

Director of Information                06/2010 – 12/2011

Golden Key International Honour Society, University of California, Berkeley

Extern, Glendale Community College                12/2009

University of California, Berkeley Externship Program


PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

04/2016 – present        Member, Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology

08/2017 – present        Member, American Public Health Association

08/2018 – present        Member, Association for Psychological Science

07/2018 – present        Member, Southern Management Association

04/2019 – present        Member, Academy of Management

08/2015 – 08/2016        Member, Association for Women in Science Gulf Coast Houston

12/2011 – 01/2016        Member, Society for Personality and Social Psychology


SKILLS

 

Languages        Conversational Vietnamese and French

Statistical software          ATLAS.ti, SPSS, R

Educational software        Canvas, proprietary OwlSpace classroom management software