From: Clemson University
Close to you: Research helps teams work well in close quarters
Teamwork and leadership are important on any mission, but when the mission is in orbit around Earth, or a multi-year trip to Mars, personalities and styles are magnified. Marissa Shuffler applies the science of industrial and organizational psychology to provide research-based solutions and strategies for NASA, the military and other organizations. A CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation will help Shuffler, an assistant professor at Clemson University, continue her work.
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