I/O Concentration Faculty
Reagan Brown, Ph.D. (Virginia Tech, 1997), Associate Professor of Psychological Sciences - Research interests: Personnel selection, job analysis, psychometrics, and personality testing.
Katrina A. Burch, Ph.D. (University of Connecticut, 2018), Assistant Professor of Psychological Sciences – Research interests: work-life interface (transitions, eldercare), stress, workplace mistreatment, and workplace safety (climate, behaviors).
Betsy Shoenfelt, Ph.D. (Louisiana State University, 1983), University Distinguished Professor of Psychological Sciences and Director of the I/O concentration of the M.S. in Psychology program - Research interests: Training, EEO, motivation, group/team dynamics, performance, and sport psychology.
Andy Mienaltowski, Ph.D. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008), Associate Professor of Psychological Sciences - Research interests: Emotion recognition processes and cognition-emotion interactions in decision making.
Tony Paquin, Ph.D. (Texas A&M, 1997), Associate Professor of Psychology - Research interests: Cross-cultural issues, productivity, and performance appraisal.
Aaron Wichman, Ph.D. (Ohio State University, 2005), Associate Professor of Psychological Sciences - Research interests: Social cognition, uncertainty, cognitive influences on behavior, and self-regulation.
Faculty members who will be teaching graduate courses in the I/O concentration in any given semester will work together to coordinate requirements among the classes offered that semester to ensure that collectively a reasonable graduate-level workload is placed on the students. Faculty expectations for each class will be described in each course syllabus distributed at the beginning of the semester. I/O faculty will meet at the end of each semester to review the progress of each student enrolled in the I/O concentration to determine whether the student will be recommended for continuation in the program.