Mai P. Trinh

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Biography

Mai P. Trinh joined Arizona State University as an Assistant Professor in the Leadership and Interdisciplinary Studies faculty group in the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts in August 2016. She is a faculty affiliate in the Center for Social Dynamics and Complexity, the Center for Behavior, Institutions, and the Environment, and the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Futures Laboratory at ASU.

Professor Trinh is an interdisciplinary scholar who studies leadership as a holistic and experiential process that requires dynamic interactions among interdependent, heterogeneous people in changing operating environments over time. She integrates research from organization science, complex systems science, education, philosophy, and sociology to offer new dynamic perspectives on leadership with an emphasis on experiential learning, adaptability, and systems thinking. Her work uses principles of Kolb's Experiential Learning Theory coupled with peer and executive coaching to help current and aspiring leaders foster a positive learning identity, embrace humility, appreciate diversity, value teamwork, and adapt effectively to uncertain and changing contexts. She employs both quantitative and qualitative methods, but above all, uses agent-based computational models to simulate the collective impacts as well as policy implications of individual-level interventions. Through her professional contributions, she helps people bring out the best of themselves, enact their leadership, navigate complexity, anticipate uncertainty, and adapt to changes in their local organizations and communities.

Professor Trinh envisions a world in which every person has equal opportunities and access to quality healthcare and education. She is committed to advancing the United Nations' sustainable development goal #4 "Quality education," #5 "Gender equality," #10 "Reduced inequalities," and #3 "Good health and wellbeing." Her research has tackled issues of cultural diversity in small groups, proposed an inclusive framework for leadership ethics based on Western and Eastern notions of practical wisdom, and treated diverse students' skill sets and experiences in large classes as assets, instead of liabilities. Her works have developed policy recommendations for improving the Latinx population's access to healthcare and addressed the disparate impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on gender inequity in academia. She has also written about how learning styles vary across cultures, how to learn wholeness using Eastern principles, and how to learn experientially online using escape games

Professor Trinh has published in high-quality peer-reviewed journals such as The Leadership Quarterly, Academy of Management Learning and Education, Journal of Management Education, and Business Ethics: A European Review. Her works have been included in the Academy of Management's Best Paper Proceedings and received the Best Symposium Award from the Management Education & Development division of the Academy of Management. She has also received the Early Career Teaching Award in the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts for teaching innovations, the Faculty Women Association's Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award, the Badass Woman of ASU, and a nomination for the Graduate College Award for Excellence for her work in mentoring undergraduate and graduate students.

Professor Trinh earned her doctorate in organizational behavior from the Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University in 2016. 

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Education

  • Ph.D. Organizational Behavior, Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH 2016
  • B.A. Management and Chinese Studies ( Summa Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa), Wittenberg University, Springfield, OH 2009

              

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Research Interests

Dr. Trinh's current research projects seek to answer three research questions:

  1. How can technology and innovative practices such as peer coaching and gamification help improve students' learning experiences and outcomes in online courses?
  2. How does the cultivation of learning identity benefit underserved populations such as girls and women in STEM and first-generation college students in educational settings?
  3. How can institutional policies in academia switch to a compassion-based instead of a compliance-based model in order to empower disadvantaged populations such as women and faculty of color?

Research Group

  • Center for Smart Cities and Regions
  • Center for Social Dynamics and Complexity
  • Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics
  • Center for Behavior, Institutions, and the Environment
  • Institute for the Science of Teaching & Learning, Early Career Scholars of Teaching and Learning 

Dr. Trinh's research group for her thesis students and mentees meet and communicate regularly using Discord.

Publications

  • Trinh, M. P., Kirsch, R., Castillo, E. A., & Bates, D. E. (2021). “Forging paths to interdisciplinary research for early career academics.” Academy of Management Learning and Educationhttps://doi.org/10.5465/amle.2019.0386
  • Trinh, M. P., van Esch, C., Martinez, H., Messer, T. (2021). Appreciating large classes: Using Appreciative Inquiry to foster a hospitable learning space for experiential learning. Journal of Management Education, 45 (5), 786-819https://doi.org/10.1177/1052562920980125
  • Trinh, M. P. & Castillo, E. A. (2020) Practical wisdom as an adaptive algorithm for leadership: Integrating Eastern and Western perspectives to navigate complexity and uncertainty. Business Ethics, the Environment & Responsibility, 29, 45-64 (formerly known as Business Ethics: A European Review). https://doi.org/10.1111/beer.12299
  • Oh, H., Trinh, M. P., *Vang, C., & Becerra, D. (2020). Addressing barriers to access primary care for Latinos in the U.S.: An agent-based model. Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research, 11(2), 165-184https://doi.org/10.1086/708616
  • Trinh, M. P.  (2020). Peer coaching: A holistic experiential learning process in online leadership classes. In S. Allen, K. Gower, and D. Allen (Eds.), Handbook of teaching with technology in management, leadership, and business, pp. 129-140Edward Elgar Publishing, Inc. 
  • Trinh, M. P. (2019). Overcoming the shadow of expertise: How humility and learning goal orientation help knowledge leaders become more flexible. Frontiers in Psychology, 10 (Organizational Psychology). https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2019.02505
  • Trinh, M. P. (2019). Learning identity, flexibility, and lifelong experiential learning. In R. J. Aldag (Ed.), Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Business and Management. Oxford University Press. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/acrefore/9780190224851.013.187
  • Castillo, E. A., & Trinh, M. P. (2019). Catalyzing capacity: Absorptive, adaptive, and generative leadership. Journal of Change Management, 32(3), 356-376https://doi.org/10.1108/JOCM-04-2017-0100 
  • Castillo, E. A., & Trinh, M. P. (2018). In search of missing time: A review of the study of time in leadership research. The Leadership Quarterly, 29(1), 165-178. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.leaqua.2017.12.001
  • ​​Trinh, M. P. (2016). Which matters more? Effects of surface- and deep-level diversity on team processes and performance. In J. Prescott (Ed.), Handbook of research on race, gender, and the fight for equality, pp. 213-239. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
  • Trinh, M. P., & Kolb, D. A. (2015). Learning styles across cultures. In (J. M. Bennett, Ed.), The SAGE Encyclopedia of Intercultural Competence, pp. 592-596. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.
  • Trinh, M. P. (2015). When demographic and personality diversity are both at play: Effects on team performance and implications for diversity management practices. In C. Hughes (Ed.), Impact of diversity on organizational and career development, pp. 54-79. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
  • Trinh, M. P., & Kolb, D. A. (2012). Eastern Experiential Learning: Eastern principles for learning wholeness. Career Planning and Adult Development Journal, 27(4), 29–43.

Research Activity

 

Peer-Reviewed Conference Presentations

32. van Esch, C., Trinh, M. P. (2021, August). Gender disparity in COVID-19 impacts on academic careers: An agent-based model. In Afiouni, F., Apospori, E., Richardson, J., & Schreurs, B. (chairs), Women's Careers in the 21st Century: New Perspectives and Insights. Symposium conducted at the 81st Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, virtual.

31. Trinh, M. P. (2021, June). Can you escape? Using escape mobile app games to teach experiential learning online. Activity session presented at the 48th Annual Conference of the Management/Organizational Behavior Teaching Society, virtual.

30. Oh, H., Trinh, M. P., *Garbe, R., & Vang, C. (2021, January). Leveraging social networks to build healthy community for low-income older adults and persons with disabilities: Agent-based modeling. Poster presented at the 25th Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, virtual.

29. Passarelli, A. M., Trinh, M. P., Van Oosten, E. B., & *Varley, A. M. (2020, August). Can you hear me now? The influence of perceived media richness on executive coaching relationships. Paper presented at the 80th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, virtual.

*** Management Education and Development Division Best Paper

28. Trinh, M. P. (2020, August). Peer coaching: A holistic experiential learning process in online leadership classes. Paper presented at the 80th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, virtual.

27. Messer, T., van Esch, C., Martinez, H., & Trinh, M. P. (2020, August). Consideration of Appreciative Inquiry as a methodology for experiential learning in large classes. Paper presented at the 80th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, virtual.

26. Trinh, M. P. & Makino, E. (2019, November). From hackers to leaders: Expert leadership and its development in technology startups. Paper presented at the 2019 Effectuation Conference, Berlin, Germany.

25. Oh, H., Trinh, M. P., (2019, October). Effects of social network on health and chronic illness management among adults in publically subsidized housing. Poster presented at the 2019 Arizona Health Equity Conference, Phoenix, AZ.

24. Oh, H., Trinh, M. P., *Vang, C., & Becerra, D. (2019, August). Addressing barriers to access primary care for Latinos in the U.S.: An agent-based model. In *E. Archibold & *L. Bao (chairs), Application of Agent-Based Modeling (ABM) in Organizational Research on Teams. Symposium conducted at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston, MA.

23. Trinh, M. P. & Castillo, E. A. (2019, August). Practical wisdom: The integration of Eastern and Western perspectives of virtue ethics. Paper presented at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston, MA.

22. Trinh, M. P., Kirsch, R., Castillo, E. A., & Bates, D. E. (2019, August). Integrating harmony with rhythm: Transcending the interdisciplinary discord of modern academia. Paper presented at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston, MA.

21. Trinh, M. P. (2018, October). Effects of peer coaching on student learning outcomes in online leadership education. Paper presented at the 48th Annual Conference of the International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning, Tempe, AZ.

20. Passarelli, A. M., Trinh, M. P., & Van Oosten, E. (2018, June). Executive coaching outcomes. Paper presented at the 4th biennial meeting of the Positive Relationship at Work Microcommunity, Ann Arbor, MI.

19. Oh, H., Trinh, M. P., & *Vang, C. (2018, January). Parsing the effects of culture, language, and insurance: An agent-based model of access to care among Hispanics in the United States. Paper presented at the 22nd Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, Washington, DC.

18. Trinh, M. P.  (2017, August). Effect of peer coaching on student learning outcomes in online leadership education. In A. M. Passarelli & *A. M. Varley (chairs), High-tech or high-touch? Developmental relationships in the digital age. Symposium conducted at the 77th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Atlanta, GA.

*** Management Education and Development Division Showcase Symposium

*** Management Education and Development Division Best Symposium Award

17. Passarelli, A. M., Van Oosten, E. B., *Varley, A. M., & Trinh, M. P.  (2017, August). Effect of delivery modality on coaching effectiveness. In A. M. Passarelli & *A. M. Varley (chairs), High-tech or high-touch? Developmental relationships in the digital age. Symposium conducted at the 77th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Atlanta, GA.

*** Management Education and Development Division Showcase Symposium

*** Management Education and Development Division Best Symposium Award

16. *Bao, L. & Trinh, M. P.  (2017, August). A dynamic model of intragroup conflict. In L. Bao & M. P. Trinh (chairs), Application of computational simulation in organizational research. Symposium conducted at the 77th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Atlanta, GA.

15. Trinh, M. P., & Coen, C.A. (2017, July). Dynamic integration of relational and structural cohesion over time. Paper presented at the 12th Annual Conference of the Interdisciplinary Network for Group Research, St. Louis, MO.

14. Trinh, M. P. & Coen, C. A. (2016, August). Group cohesion emerges from dyadic affective exchanges: A dynamic agent-based model. In A. D. Schantz & J. M. Woods (chairs), Affective convergence in teams. Symposium conducted at the 76th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Anaheim, CA.

13. Trinh, M. P. (2016, February). Developing a learning identity to enhance cross cultural competence. Poster presented at the 2016 Cross Cultural Management Summit, Melbourne, FL.

12. Trinh, M. P., & Bao, L. (2015, July). A dynamic model of intragroup conflict. Paper presented at the 10th Annual Conference of the Interdisciplinary Network for Group Research, Pittsburgh, PA.

11. Coen, C. A. & Trinh, M. P. (2015, April). Dynamics of cooperation across team structures. In J. A. Grand (chair), Modeling and simulation in I/O psychology: A world of opportunity. Symposium conducted at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

10. Trinh, M. P. (2014, August). "Let's work it through together": How group social cohesion emerges from critical incidents. Paper presented at the 74th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia, PA.

9. Coen, C. A. & Trinh, M. P. (2014, August). Aspirations in the prisoner’s dilemma: A computational simulation of performance adaptation. In J. P. Stephens & S. K. Baard (chairs), Adapting across levels: Empirical advancements in performance adaptation theory. Symposium conducted at the 74th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia, PA.

8. Trinh, M. P. (2014, July). Working through disclosures: Case study of group social cohesion’s emergence in T-groups. Paper presented at the 9th Annual Conference of the Interdisciplinary Network for Group Research, Raleigh, NC.

7. Coen, C. A. & Trinh, M. P. (2013, June). Aspiration in the single team vs. intergroup prisoner’s dilemma. Poster presented at the Annual Conference of the International Association for Conflict Management, Tacoma, WA.

6. Trinh, M. P. (2012, August). Towards an integration of East and West: Practice theory and Yin-Yang. In M. P. Trinh & R. Martyn (chairs), Yin-Yang research: Where do we go from here? Symposium conducted at the 72nd Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston, MA.

5. Trinh, M. P. (2012, July). “I apologize, but not for your sake”: Shaping group cohesion by working through disclosures and dis-closures. Paper presented at the 7th Annual Conference of the Interdisciplinary Network for Group Research, Chicago, IL.

4. Trinh, M. P. (2011, August). An Eastern critique of Kolb’s Experiential learning theory. Paper presented at the 71st Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, San Antonio, TX.

3. Coen, C. A. & Trinh, M. P. (2011, July). It is important to have someone on your side: Choosing preferred partners. Paper presented at the 6th Annual Conference of the Interdisciplinary Network for Group Research, Minneapolis, MN.

2. Trinh, M. P. (2009, April). Overall combined effects of demographic and psychological diversity on team processes and performance. Paper presented at the Annual National Conference on Undergraduate Research, La Crosse, WI.

1. Trinh, M. P. (2009, April). Heresy 邪魔外道and otherism in The Heaven Sword and the Dragon Sabre 倚天屠龍記. Paper presented at the Annual National Conference on Undergraduate Research, La Crosse, WI.

Invited Presentations and Workshops

14. Trinh, M. P. (2021, August). Engage students online with gamification: A mixed-methods study. Paper presented at the Faculty of Leadership and Interdisciplinary Studies Research Dojo, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

13. Trinh, M. P. (2021, June). Holistic and adaptive experiential learning designs and assessments. Guest lecture at Bethune-Cookman University, Daytona Beach, FL.

12. Trinh, M. P. (2021, March). Designing surveys with Qualtrics. Workshop presented for the Master of Science in Organizational Leadership program, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

11. Trinh, M. P. (2020, November). Every challenge is an opportunity: Facilitate effective use of experiential learning in online contexts. Paper presented at the Faculty of Leadership and Interdisciplinary Studies Research Dojo, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

10. Trinh, M. P. (2019, October). Can you hear me now? Media richness influences executive coaching relationships. Paper presented at the Faculty of Leadership and Interdisciplinary Studies Research Dojo, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

9. Trinh, M. P. (2018, May). Hipsters, hackers, and hustlers: The three pillars of leadership in technology startups. Paper presented at the Faculty of Leadership and Interdisciplinary Studies Research Dojo, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

8. Trinh, M. P., & Coen, C. (2017, June). Dynamic integration of relational and structural cohesion over time. Paper presented at the Academy of Management Journal paper development workshop, London, Ontario, Canada.

7. Trinh, M. P. (2017, February). Withstanding the test of time: Development, maintenance, and decline of Leader-Member Exchange relationships. Presentation at the Center for Behavior, Institutions, and the Environment, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

6. Trinh, M. P. (2017, February). Group social cohesion emerges from dyadic affective exchanges: A dynamic agent-based model. Presentation at the Simon. A. Levin Center’s Applied Math for the Life and Social Sciences Graduate Student Friday Seminars, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

5. Trinh, M. P. (2016, November). Group social cohesion emerges from dyadic affective exchanges: A dynamic agent-based model. Presentation at the Agent-Based Modeling club, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

4. Trinh, M. P. (2016, September). Learning identity: Developing lifelong learners. Presentation at the Faculty of Leadership and Interdisciplinary Studies Research Dojo, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

3. Trinh, M. P. (2013, October). Western logic and/or Eastern experience: Managing diversity, work, and life using a different lens. Keynote speech at Wittenberg University, Springfield, OH.

2. Agrawal, D., Coyle, P., Gangadharan, A., Grube, E., Mesdaghinia, S., Rhew, N., Singh, K., Trinh, M. P., Weisberg, M., & Wilborn, S. (2013, June). Disasters, distractions, and disinterest: Managing the classroom through the worst of times. Workshop conducted as part of the Doctoral Institute at the Annual Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference, Asheville, NC.

1. Trinh, M. P. (2012, June). Vietnam: Balancing Yin-Yang in the S. Paper presented at the Yin-Yang: A New Perspective on Culture Conference, Stockholm, Sweden.

PEER-REVIEWED CHAIRED SYMPOSIA, PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOPS, & CAUCUS

( * denotes student authors)

13. Trinh, M. P. & *Reed, R. M. (2021, August). Enjoy learning: Engaging students with gamification. Professional development workshop conducted at the 2021 Fall Virtual Faculty and Staff Institute at Bethune-Cookman University, Daytona Beach, FL.

12. Trinh, M. P. & *Reed, R. M. (2021, June). Let’s go on an adventure! How to gamify your class and engage your online students. Professional development workshop conducted at the 48th Annual Conference of the Management/Organizational Behavior Teaching Society, virtual.

11. Hill, N. S. & Trinh, M. P.  (2019, April). Advancing industrial/organizational psychology research using agent-based modeling. Master tutorial workshop conducted at the 34th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Washington, DC.

10. Hill, N. S. & Trinh, M. P.  (2018, July). Using computational simulation to study dynamics and emergence in team research. Panel discussion conducted at the 13th Annual Conference of the Interdisciplinary Network for Group Research, Bethesda, MD.

9. Bao, L. & Trinh, M. P.  (2017, August). Application of computational simulation in organizational research. Symposium conducted at the 77th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Atlanta, GA.

8. Trinh, M. P. & Bao, L. (2015, August). Studying emergence in teams using multiple methods. Symposium conducted at the 75th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

7. Trinh, M. P. & Lim, A. (2015, August). Talent management in Asia: What else is needed? Symposium conducted at the 75th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

6. Wei, H., & Trinh, M. P. (2014, August). Can all emotions be regulated? A comprehensive examination from multiple perspectives. Symposium conducted at the 74th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia, PA.

5. Trinh, M. P. & Martyn, R. (2012, August). Yin-Yang research: Where do we go from here? Symposium conducted at the 72nd Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston, MA.

4. Van Oosten, E., Trinh, M. P., Passarelli, A. M. & Sharma, G. (2012, August). Learning about learning: Advances in the Kolb Learning Style Inventory (KLSI 4.0). Professional development workshop conducted at the 72nd Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston, MA.

3. Trinh, M. P. & Case, S. S. (2012, August). Religious traditions, spirituality, and the researcher’s journey. Professional development workshop conducted at the 72nd Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston, MA.

2. Trinh, M. P. & Schnackenberg, A. (2011, August). Operationalizing team-level constructs: What lies beyond aggregations? Symposium conducted at the 71st Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, San Antonio, TX.

1. Trinh, M. P. & Martinez, H. A. (2011, August). Is Eastern wisdom incompatible with Western scientific epistemology? Caucus conducted at the 71st Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, San Antonio, TX.

TRANSLATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP

(Use-inspired articles, presentations, and workshops intended for a broader public audience)

17. Trinh, M. P. (2021, June). Catch your dreams: Reimagining leadership in a volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous world. Professional development workshop conducted at the annual Arizona Women in Higher Education conference, virtual.

16. Dongell, C. & Trinh, M. P. (2021, June). Small changes, big differences: Three ways to enhance your holistic wellbeing. Professional development workshop conducted at the annual Arizona Women in Higher Education conference, virtual.

15. Trinh, M. P. (2020, August). Teaching with Perusall. In Allen, S. A. (chair), Teaching with technology: Seeing past the constraints of technology. Professional development workshop conducted at the 80th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, virtual.

14. Trinh, M. P. & Castillo, E. A. (2020, April). Leadership and resilience in the time of COVID-19 [Webinar sponsored by ASU Knowledge Exchange for Resilience].

13. Trinh, M. P. (2020, April). Scholars as leaders: Defining your career success. Presentation at the ASU Postdoc Conference, Tempe, AZ.

12. Trinh, M. P. (2020, January 9). The benefits of having a baby while working as an untenured professor (opinion). Inside Higher Ed. https://insidehighered.com/advice/2020/01/09/benefits-having-baby-while-working-untenured-professor-opinion

11. Trinh, M. P. (2019, November). Values and vision: Search for your ideal self. Workshop presented at the ASU Vietnamese Student Union meeting, Tempe, AZ.

10. Trinh, M. P. (2019, October). Catching your dreams: How to become the best leader you can be. Workshop presented at the ASU Vietnamese Student Union meeting, Tempe, AZ.

9. Trinh, M. P. & Le, Q. A. (2019, September). What I have learned from my baby (and wish my students would learn, too). Presentation at the 3rd annual Faculty of Leadership and Interdisciplinary Studies Wakonse Retreat, Payson, AZ.

8. Trinh, M. P. (2018, February). The effects of peer coaching on online student learning outcomes. Poster presented at the 3rd Learning Innovation Showcase, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

7. Trinh, M. P. & Castillo, E. A. (2017, December). Virtue ethics: An integration of Eastern and Western perspectives through the lens of complexity theory. Recorded lecture for the Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics, Arizona State University.

6. Trinh, M. P. (2017, September). Tuning into your inner voice as an experiential educator. Workshop presented at the 1st annual Faculty of Leadership and Interdisciplinary Studies Wakonse Retreat, Payson, AZ.

5. Trinh, M. P. (2017, June). Who am I? Developing self-awareness through still life exercise. Workshop presented at the 5th Annual Meeting of the Experiential Learning Community of Practice, Cleveland, OH.

4. Trinh, M. P. (2017, March). Catching your dreams: Finding your voice through the discoveries of dreams and commitments. Workshop presented at the 3rd Annual Fresh Start Women’s Conference, Phoenix, AZ.

3. Trinh, M. P. (2017, January). Using peer coaching in online leadership development: Challenges and learning outcomes. Poster presented at the 2nd Learning Innovation Showcase, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

2. Trinh, M. P. & Le, D. V. (2016, June). Elevating educator awareness through mindful meditation: An experiential workshop. Workshop presented at the 4th Annual Meeting of the Experiential Learning Community of Practice, Cleveland, OH.

1. Trinh, M. P. (2015, June). Becoming a learner: Developing a learning identity. Workshop conducted at the 3rd Annual Meeting of the Experiential Learning Community of Practice, Newbury, OH.

Courses

Summer 2022
Course Number Course Title
OGL 360 Assessment of Leadership
OGL 575 Quantitative Data Analysis
OGL 599 Thesis
Spring 2022
Course Number Course Title
OGL 540 Evidence Based Inquiry
OGL 575 Quantitative Data Analysis
OGL 595 Continuing Registration
OGL 599 Thesis
Fall 2021
Course Number Course Title
OGL 540 Evidence Based Inquiry
OGL 575 Quantitative Data Analysis
OGL 592 Research
OGL 599 Thesis
Summer 2021
Course Number Course Title
OGL 575 Quantitative Data Analysis
OGL 592 Research
Spring 2021
Course Number Course Title
OGL 575 Quantitative Data Analysis
OGL 590 Reading and Conference
OGL 592 Research
Fall 2020
Course Number Course Title
OGL 540 Evidence Based Inquiry
OGL 575 Quantitative Data Analysis
Summer 2020
Course Number Course Title
OGL 540 Evidence Based Inquiry
Spring 2020
Course Number Course Title
OGL 360 Assessment of Leadership
OGL 540 Evidence Based Inquiry
Fall 2019
Course Number Course Title
OGL 360 Assessment of Leadership
Spring 2019
Course Number Course Title
OGL 360 Assessment of Leadership
Spring 2018
Course Number Course Title
OGL 360 Assessment of Leadership
Fall 2017
Course Number Course Title
OGL 360 Assessment of Leadership
ISS 592 Research

Honors/Awards

  • 2021 -- Graduate College Award for Excellence Nominee
  • 2021 -- Faculty Womens Association Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award, Arizona State University (recognizes faculty members who have demonstrated outstanding mentorship to students and/or to other faculty members, particularly women and other underrepresented groups)
  • 2021 -- Badass Woman of ASU (recognizes women who have sparked monumental changes at Arizona State University)
  • 2021 -- Design Aspirations Grant, College of Integrative Sciences and Arts, Arizona State University ($1,000)
  • 2020 -- Early Career Teaching Award, College of Integrative Sciences and Arts, Arizona State University ($500)
  • 2017 - 2021 -- Deans Summer Research Award ($5,000)
  • 2017 -- Best Symposium Award, Management Education & Development Division, Academy of Management (co-recipient, $500)
  • 2017 -- Outstanding Collaboration Award, College of Integrative Sciences and Arts, Arizona State University (co-recipient)
  • 2017 -- Faculty Fellowship (Co-PI), Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics, Arizona State University
  • 2015 -- Outstanding Ph.D. Research Award, Case Western Reserve University
  • 2015 -- Don Wolfe Scholarship for Dissertation Research, Case Western Reserve University
  • 2013, 2014 -- Sherm Grinnell Scholarship for Research, Case Western Reserve University 
  • 2013 -- OBTC Doctoral Institute Scholarship
  • 2011, 2012 -- INGRoup Travel Grant

Editorships

  • Associate Editor, Frontiers in Psychology (Organizational Psychology specialty section)

Professional Associations

  • Academy of Management (AOM)
  • Interdisciplinary Network for Group Research (INGRoup)
  • Experiential Learning Institute

Graduate Faculties / Mentoring History

COMMITTEE CHAIR

  • Rachel Reed (MS OGL, Fall 2021)
  • Sophia Thomas (MS OGL, Fall 2021)
  • Christine Dongell (MS OGL, Fall 2021)
  • Christine Williams (MS OGL, Spring 2022)
  • Xinyue Wang (MS OGL, Summer 2022)
  • Ann Magsamen (MS OGL, Spring 2023)

COMMITTEE MEMBER

  • Rachel Tomlinson (BA, Health Care Delivery, Spring 2017)  https://repository.asu.edu/items/43243 
  • Hana Alaithan (MS, Science of Design, Fall 2019)  https://repository.asu.edu/items/54976

  • Laura Frederick (MS, Science of Design, Spring 2020)  https://repository.asu.edu/items/57333

  • Veronica Gutierrez (EdD, Innovation and Leadership, Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, Fall 2022)

     

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