PROFESSOR JAMES CALVIN and Associate Professor Susan Swayze of George Washington University published an article in the spring 2016 issue of Organization Development Journal. The piece is titled “The Johns Hopkins University Leadership Development Program for Multicultural and Multinational Leaders: A graduate certificate program focused on developing cross-culturally competent leaders.”


ASSISTANT PROFESSOR ROMAN GALPERIN wrote “The Military Lending Act: Do Fringe-Borrowing Policies Help?,” the cover article for the winter 2016 edition of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston’s Communities & Banking magazine.

With Senior Policy Analyst Kaili Mauricio of the Boston Fed, Galperin also wrote a “community development discussion paper” titled “Tough Times Borrowing: Effects of Fringe Lending Regulation on Credit Standing, Search, and Access.” The reserve bank published it last August.


ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR RICARD GIL and co-author Associate Professor Justin Marion of the University of California at Santa Cruz presented their paper “Residential Segregation, Discrimination, and African-American Theater Entry During Jim Crow” at various seminars and conferences last year, including those at Harvard University, the University of Utah, Tilburg University (the Netherlands), and four universities in Spain, as well as at Johns Hopkins and UC-Santa Cruz.


ASSISTANT PROFESSOR BRIAN GUNIA co-authored the following articles – “Sleep leadership in high-risk occupations: An investigation of soldiers on peacekeeping and combat missions,” published last July in Military Psychology; “Context-dependent cheating: Experimental evidence from 16 countries,” published last August in the Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization; “The science of culture and negotiation,” forthcoming in Current Opinion in Psychology; “Evidence-based practice,” forthcoming in the Annual Review of Psychology; and “The behavioral benefits of other people’s deviance,” forthcoming in Group Processes and Intergroup Relations.

Meanwhile, Gunia has continued writing the blog he launched in May 2015, “Life’s Negotiable,” which suggests research-based negotiation methods to help solve common life problems.


PROFESSOR PHILLIP PHAN was named the inaugural Alonzo and Virginia Decker Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at the Carey Business School. Phan, a member of the Carey faculty since 2008, holds a joint appointment at the Johns Hopkins Medicine Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality. At Carey, he also has served as Interim Dean and Executive Vice Dean.

In addition, Phan contributed a chapter, titled “University Venture Funds,” to the book Concise Guide to Entrepreneurship, Technology and Innovation, published last year by Edward Elgar.