Cynthia K. Maupin is an assistant professor of organizational behavior and leadership for the School of Management at the State University of New York at Binghamton. Maupin's work examines how to promote effective leadership, leadership development, and teamwork processes through leveraging advanced statistical methodologies such as network analysis, multilevel modeling, and computational modeling. Her award-winning research has been published in organizational outlets including the Journal of Applied Psychology, Leadership Quarterly, Human Relations, Group and Organization Management, Small Group Research, and Industrial and Organizational Psychology Perspectives on Science and Practice. Maupin also serves as a senior research fellow for the U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences (ARI) and as a fellow for the Bernard M. & Ruth R. Bass Center for Leadership Studies.
- BS, University of Missouri
- MS, PhD, University of Georgia
- Leadership (leadership development, collective leadership, leadership emergence)
- Teams (intra- and inter-team dynamics, multiteam systems, emergent team states)
- Advanced methodologies (network analysis, multilevel modeling, computational modeling)
- Network analysis