|Office||Meier Hall 224B|
|PSY 101||General Psychology|
|PSY 203S||Research Methods and Statistics I|
|PSY 204R||Research Methods and Statistics II|
|PSY 530||Directed Study in Psychology|
|PSY 780N||Industrial/organizational Psychology|
|PSY 785||Research in Organizations|
|PSY 940||Internship in Industrial/organizational Psychology|
Dr. Dia (Deepshikha) Chatterjee received her PhD in Organizational Psychology from Michigan State University, and her BS in psychology from Illinois Institute of Technology. She received her Associates in Arts from Harold Washington College and is a proud community college alum. Her major research interests include diversity (stigmatization and identity management), careers in organizations, and creative performance. Dr. Chatterjee established the i-cube Lab where she mentors graduate and undergraduate students to pursue their scholarly interests. In addition to research, she has worked in domains such as strategy consulting (Incandescent), healthcare (Spectrum Health), educational testing (ETS and ACT), e-commerce (Amazon), and finance (Accident Fund Insurance) focusing largely on issues such as organizational strategy, performance management, organizational change, leadership, and assessment.
i-cube Lab: Inquire. Investigate. Illuminate
The i-cube lab focuses on three key workplace issues: stigmatization and identity management (under the broad umbrella of diversity and inclusion), careers, and creativity. As the tagline suggests, the focus is on asking informed questions, conducting scientifically rigorous investigations into the phenomena under question, and disseminating the findings in both peer reviewed journals and other formats.
Active research affiliations with:
The lab is currently accepting students (SSU or external universities) who may be seeking opportunities for research. If you are interested, please email Dr. Chatterjee your resume.