Industrial-Organizational Psychology

I-O Faculty

The Industrial-Organizational doctoral program will be accepting students for the 2024-2025 academic year. Individual faculty evaluations are considered, but selection decisions are made at the program level.

** These faculty members may be interested in admitting graduate students into their research groups for Fall 2024

Tammy D. Allen **: Work-family, career development, remote/flexible work arrangements, occupational health psychology
Georgia T. Chao **: Work adjustment with new technologies, organizational socialization, process dynamics in team-based systems
Michael Gillespie **: Critical thinking, values, organizational culture, psychological measures, and job attitudes
Daniel Griffin **: Emergence of team social and cognitive processes, social network analysis, teams as dynamic systems, formal/mathematical models of psychological phenomenon, interdependence, and leadership
Steve W. J. Kozlowski **: Multilevel Systems Theory; Team Leadership, Process Dynamics, and Effectiveness; Learning, Development, and Adaptation
Claire E. Smith **: Occupational health psychology, health behaviors, the work-life interface, well-being of marginalized groups
Stephen Stark **: Item response theory, computerized adaptive testing, bias detection, selection