Zachary Reese

Zachary A. Reese

Gerardo Marin Diversity Dissertation Fellow

Full-Time Faculty
Instructor

Biography

Zachary Reese is a Gerardo Marin Diversity Dissertation Fellow in the department of psychology at the University of San Francisco. He is currently completing his doctoral degree in social psychology at the University of Michigan. His research focuses on competition and close relationships. He teaches research design, writing, and social psychology.

Research Areas

  • Social psychology
  • Personality and individual differences
  • Close relationships
  • Competition and social comparison

Education

  • University of Michigan, PhD in Psychology, Expected 2022
  • University of Michigan, MSc in Psychology, 2018
  • Goucher College, BA in Psychology, 2016

Awards & Distinctions

  • University of Michigan Dept. of Psychology Excellence in Mentoring Award, 2021

  • University of Michigan Office of Provost Teaching Innovation Prize (Team), 2021

  • University of Michigan Dept. of Psychology Patricia Gurin Research Award, 2021

  • University of Michigan Dept. Of Psychology Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award, 2020

  • University of Michigan Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program Outstanding Mentor Award, 2019

Selected Publications