Neil Lewis, Jr.

Assistant Professor, Department of Communication
Cornell University and Weill Cornell Medicine

Neil Lewis, Jr. is a behavioral and intervention scientist at Cornell University and Weill Cornell Medicine, where he is an assistant professor in the department of communication, division of general internal medicine, and graduate field of psychology. Dr. Lewis’s research examines how people’s social contexts and identities influence their motivation to pursue their goals and their success in goal pursuit efforts. He is particularly interested in the implications of these processes for inequity in education, health, and environmental outcomes, as well as their implications for the efficacy of interventions and policies to improve equity in these and other intersecting domains.

Neil Lewis, Jr.

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