Research Interests: Science, technology, and society; colonialism and science; political influence; management of technology; history of psychology; psychological manipulation through science and technology.
Marija Jevtic is an AM-AB degree graduate of Harvard University, studying Psychology, Government and History of Science. Throughout this past year, Marija has worked as a research assistant for the Behavioral Insights Group at the Harvard Business School, focusing on differences in people’s reactions to algorithmic and human advice. She has also worked as a summer associate for Ernst & Young in Serbia, and as an accounting intern for Empire State Realty Trust. Marija serves as the Director-General for Harvard Model United Nations, and a Peer Advising Fellow for the incoming freshman class at Harvard College. She was born in Serbia, but has also lived in Denmark, Italy and the United States (New York City). In her spare time, she enjoys writing, playing volleyball, and taking long walks.
BA., Psychology, Harvard University
AM., History of Science, Harvard University