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Recent Graduates






FirstLastGrad YearFaculty ChairCurrent TitleDissertation Title
SamBaard2015KozlowskiAssociate Scientist, Aptima Inc. 
CarrieOtt-Holland2015RyanPeople Analyst, Google 
MarinaPearce2015DeShonAssessment Specialist, Ford Motor Company 
CharlottePowers2014FordManager, Leadership Assessment & Development, Johnson & Johnson 
TaraRench2014KozlowskiIndustrial Organizational Scientist, Aptima, Inc. 
JuliyaGolubovich2013RyanAssociate Research Scientist, ETS 
MeganHuth2013RyanManager, People Analyst, Google 
JessicaKeeney2013RyanProject Manager, APTMetrics, Inc.Job flexibility, work-nonwork interruptions, and implications for work-life conflict
MatthewReeder2013SchmittResearch Scientist, HumRROThe role of trait achievement motivation and ability in predicting academic performance trajectories
BrentLyons2013RyanAssistant Professor of Management and Organization Studies, Simon Frasier UniversityRelational motives shaping responses to the receipt of interpersonal helping and harming behaviors: A dyadic perspective
MichaelBraun2012DeShonAssistant Professor Industrial Organizational Program, Virginia TechUnderstanding the role of risk and uncertainty in sequential decision making during information acquisition
PaulCurran2012KozlowskiConsultant, APT MetricsBuilding a better test with confidence (testing)
JasonHuang2012RyanAssistant Professor, School of Human Resources and Labor Relations, Michigan State UniversityA multifocal framework of personality applied to training and transfer
AdamMassman2012FordPrinciple Manager, Organizational Development, Rockwell CollinsImproving third generation learning: The effects of peer feedback training on quality feedback, trainee characteristics, and performance
GordonSchmidt2012DeShonAssistant Professor of Organizational Leadership and Supervision, Purdue University at Fort WayneThe setting of personal goals as a Bayesian calibration process
JenniferWessel2012RyanAssistant Professor of Psychology, University of MarylandThe company you keep: A target-driven model of invisible identity disclosure at work
MarkZorzie2012SchmittConsultant, Talent Solutions, PDRI, a CEB CompanyIndividual adaptability: Testing a model of its development and outcomes
JamesGrand2012RyanAssistant Professor, Social, Decision, and Organizational Sciences, University of Maryland 
KateGuica2012FordConsultant, Process Excellence & Change Enablement, Accenture 
GoranKuljanin2011DeShonAssistant Professor, Industrial & Organizational Psychology, Depaul UniversityA computational study of team collaboration and performance
AnthonyBoyce2010RyanAssociate Partner, AON HewittOrganizational climate and performance: An examination of causal priority
GuiyhunPark2010DeShonAssistant Professor, Psychology, Singapore Management UniversityA multilevel model of team cooperation: Disentangling the discontinuity effect
ElizabethBoyd2010RyanAssistant Professor & Research Director, Women's Leadership Center, Kennesaw State UniversityThe blame game: Testing a model of attributions of responsibility following work-family conflict events
RuchiSinha2010DeShonAssistant Professor of Organizational Behavior, Indian School of BusinessRelationship repair at work: A multidimensional congruence model
Chi C.Dang2009IlgenDirector, Analytics, Financial EnginesDynamic user experience of information technology innovations: A self-regulatory perspective
SoniaGhumman2009RyanAssistant Professor of Management, University of Hawaii at ManoaFormal and interpersonal discrimination towards Hijabi job applicants
Dustin K.Jundt2009KozlowskiAssociate Professor, Saint Louis UniversityAdaptability from a process perspective: Examining the effects of task change type and a metacognitive intervention on adaptive performance
LaurenRamsay2009SchmittPrincipal, Understanding WorkA multilevel examination of the antecedents of procedural, distributive, and restorative justice expectations and related outcomes in the context of strong preferential selection in South Africa
StephanieMerritt2007SchmittAssistant Professor of Psychology, University of Missouri - St. Louis 
AlyssaWestring (Friede)2007RyanAssistant Professor of Management, DePaul UniversityAn intervention-based examination of work-family decision-making self-efficacy and anticipated work-family conflict
JaclynJensen (Nowakowski)2006IlgenAssistant Professor of Management, DePaul UniversityEffect of organizational control systems on organizationally directed deviance
Brian H.Kim2006FordAssociate Professor of Psychology, Occidental CollegeBuilding a theory of strategic deception
Hannah-HanhNguyen2006RyanAssistant Professor of Management, University of Hawaii at ManoaDoes stereotype threat differentially affect cognitive ability test performance of minorities and women? A meta-analytic review of experimental evidence
PatrickConverse2005DeShonAssociate Professor of Psychology, Florida Institute of TechnologySelf-regulation over time: Resource depletion and learned industriousness
DanielWatola2005KozlowskiAssociate Professor & Senior Military Faculty, United States Air Force Academy, Behavioral Sciences and Leadership DepartmentThe differential effects of position, velocity, and acceleration feedback on motivation over time
JenniferGillespie2004IlgenAdjunct Professor of Psychology, University of South Florida Sarasota-ManateeThe effect of bearing solo status within an applicant pool on newly hired females' cognitions, affect, and behavior
Brad A.Chambers2003SchmittSenior Vice President, Polaris Assessment Systems Inc.Leniency bias in the performance appraisal process: A person X situation perspective
CoriDavis2003FordSenior Director, Human Resources, Genentech, a Member of the Roche GroupGender stereotypes and 360-degree leadership feedback ratings: An application of role congruity theory
AleksEllis2003IlgenNelson Professor, Management & Research Director, Center for Leadership Ethics, University of ArizonaThe effects of acute stressors on transactive memory and shared mental models in temporary project teams: An information processing approach
AaronSchmidt2003DeShonAssociate Professor, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, University of MinnesotaSelf-regulation in concurrent multiple-goal contexts: The role of discrepancies, superordinate goal framing, and individual differences on dynamic goal prioritization
DarinWiechmann2003RyanTalent, Learning and Diversity Leader, Marsh US & Canada & McLennan CompaniesThe influence of expectations on procedural justice perceptions and outcomes