Min Young Lee
Postdoctoral Research Associate of Organizational Behavior
McColl 5207, CB 3490 Chapel Hill, NC 27599
Min Young Lee’s primary research focus lies in behavioral ethics and impression mismanagement in organizations.
Specifically, she is interested in exploring various maladaptive perceptions and behaviors that can arise in organizations. Through her research, she hopes to identify ways in which organizations can curb these counter-normative behaviors and promote ethical functioning work environment.
Her teaching interests include interpersonal perceptions and ethics. She taught undergraduate courses in organizational behavior at Georgia Institute of Technology.
Dr. Lee also manages the Behavioral Lab at UNC Kenan-Flagler, which advances thought leadership in behavioral research in and around the School. The lab supports and promotes empirical and qualitative research on individual, teams, and organizational phenomena. Additionally, the lab provides the students with opportunities to learn about the research and its process within the business school.
She received her PhD in management from the Scheller College of Business at Georgia Institute of Technology, her MA in developmental psychology from Columbia University and her BA in psychology and sociology from Emory University.