Areas of interest:
Education | Popular Culture | Civil Liberties
Steven Zhou is a Ph.D. student in industrial-organizational psychology at George Mason University. His research interests and expertise include leadership development, psychometrics, and higher education administration. As a writer, his primary goal is to bridge the gap between academia and the public, working towards accurate and widespread dissemination of research insights from organizational psychology to the general public.
Latest Media Appearances and Published Works
Moving Forward with Young Voices: Are students learning the right skills? Why academia needs to go back to the “basics”
Are Students Learning the Right Skills? Why Academia Needs to Go Back to the “Basics” – The James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal
Why people of faith should be leading the charge for religious diversity – Heterodox Academy