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Employment History

Research Project Specialist On the Trust and Trustworthiness Project
Good Work Project

Research Assistant On the Trust and Trustworthiness Project
Good Work Project

Research Assistant
Claremont Graduate University

Education

M.Ed.
Human Development and Psychology
Harvard Graduate School of Education

M.Ed.
Human Development and Psychology

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Margaret Rundle

Margaret Rundle is a Research Project Specialist on the Trust and Trustworthiness Project, the Diverse Young Adults and Civic Life Project, the Good Participation Project, and the Developing Minds and Digital Media Project at Project Zero at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Her research interests include human development through the life span, with a focus on moral and ethical thinking, decisions, and action. Margaret previously taught secondary school physics, and worked in higher education administration. Margaret received an Ed.M. in Human Development and Psychology from Harvard Graduate School of Education.


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Margaret Rundle

Margaret Rundle is a Research Assistant on the Trust and Trustworthiness Project at Harvard Project Zero. Her research interests include factors affecting work performance and happiness in the work place, decision making and perceptions of decision making in the work place. Margaret previously taught high school physics, worked in retail management and higher education administration. She received a M.Ed. in Human Development and Psychology from Harvard Graduate School of Education in 2006.


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Margaret Rundle


Margaret Rundle | The GoodWork Project

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Our Team: Margaret Rundle

Margaret Rundle is a Research Project Specialist on the Trust and Trustworthiness Project, the Diverse Young Adults and Civic Life Project, the Good Participation Project, and the Developing Minds and Digital Media Project at Project Zero at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Her research interests include human development through the life span, with a focus on moral and ethical thinking, decisions, and action. Margaret previously taught secondary school physics, and worked in higher education administration. Margaret received an Ed.M. in Human Development and Psychology from Harvard Graduate School of Education.

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