Research Translations Fellows
The Center for Global Leadership has sponsored fellowships for work in translating the implications for individual practical action of any body of social science research within the field of management or leadership (broadly defined). Translations consist of no more than three pages of text, in addition to an appended reference list. The translation must be based on research judged to be the highest standards in the field; however, the translation may clearly state that the action implications are generalized from the scholarly research.
Our most recent fellows are:
Rebecca Y. Chung is a student at the Univesity of Western Ontario who translates research on how cognition for improved job performance can be enhanced.
Harsh Jha is a doctoral student at UC Irvine's Paul Merage School of Business who provides advice on how early-stage entrepreneurs can create a positive identity for their nascent organizations.