Organizational Psychology 2014 Achievements

Organizational Psychology 2014 Achievements

Faculty, Student and Alumni Achievements, Fall 2014 Edition

Organizational Psychology Program, CSPP

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Nicholas P. Aramovich, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, San Diego                         op1
Dr. Aramovich has a new publication and a recent presentation: Aramovich, N. P. (2014). The effect of stereotype threat on group versus individual performance. Small Group Research, 45, 176-197. Wittrock, Z. R., Reimer, T., & Aramovich, N. P. (2014, July). Experts versus extraverts: Who drives the group-decision process in intellective tasks? Talk at the ninth annual Interdisciplinary Network for Group Research (INGroup) Conference, Raleigh, NC. Dr. Aramovich has received the “Small Group Research Best Article of 2013-2014”. Dr. Aramovich visited our Los Angeles campus, and gave a presentation on “Increasing Organizational Effectiveness by Creating an Affirming Climate for Employee Diversity and Multiculturalism”.

You can watch his full-video by clicking this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SyQg45omUYU&index=1&list=PLD2kTy_y8v_2onN5unmNJM12HUNRQHoVf

Luis Ayon, M.A. op2PhD Student in the I/O Psychology Program, Los Angeles Luis is the winner of the “Connell Persico Leadership Scholarship” this year.

 

 

 

 

Amy Bacharach, Ph.D. op3Dual MAOB/Clinical, Fresno, 2006 Dr. Amy Bacharach was elected last week to the Board Of Trustees at City College of San Francisco—she will be one of several new members on the Board

 

 

 

 

 

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Kenna Cottrill, Ph.D. Graduate in I/O Psychology Program in Los Angeles

Denise Lopez, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Los Angeles

Cal Hoffman, Ph.D. Principle Lecturer, Los Angeles Our recent alumna Dr. Cottrill has published a paper with Dr. Lopez and Dr. Hoffman: Cottrill, K., Lopez, D., & Hoffman, C.C. (2014).  How authentic leadership and inclusion benefit organizations.   Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, 33, 275-292.

 

Pam Davis op7M.A., Organizational Psychology, San Francisco, 2012 Pam had a recent presentation: Davis, P. A. (2014, October). Employee Coaching in Practice: A Stages of Change Approach to Direct Managers’ Adoption of Employee Coaching. Paper presented at the Organization Development Network 2014 Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA

 

 

 

Nurcan Ensari, Ph.D. op8Professor, Interim Systemwide Program Director, Los Angeles Dr. Ensari has a new publication with our alumna Dr. Edward Lopez: Lopez, E., & Ensari, N. (2014). The effects of leadership style, organizational outcome and attributional gender bias toward leaders. Journal of Leadership Studies, 8(2), 19-37

 

 

 

 

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Dr. Ensari, Dr. Camden-Anders and Dr. Andrea Schlaerth co-authored on a book chapter that is in press: Ensari, N., Camden-Anders, S., & Schlaerth, A. (in press). The constructive management and resolution of conflict. In Encyclopedia of Mental Health, 2nd Edition. Dr. Ensari also presented a webinar on “Getting From College to Career in Organizational Psychology”.

 

Bernardo Ferdman, Ph.D. Distinguished Professor, San Diego op12Dr. Ferdman has a new publication, and two in press, as well as many presentations, and received two major awards: Ferdman, B. M. (2014). Toward infusing diversity and inclusion as core elements of OD. OD Practitioner, 46 (4), 44-46. Ferdman, B. M. (in press). Diversity, inclusion, and organizational change and performance. In J. Stone, R. Dennis, P. Rizova, & A. D. Smith (Eds.), The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity, and Nationalism. Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell. Ferdman, B. M. (in press). If I’m comfortable does that mean I’m included? And if I’m included, will I now be comfortable? In L. M. Roberts, L. P. Wooten, & M. N. Davidson (Eds.), Positive organizing in a global society: Understanding and engaging differences for capacity-building and inclusion. New York: Routledge. Ferdman, B. M. (2014, October 31). The practice of inclusion in diverse organizations: Exploring the key role of leadership. Roundtable held at Conscious Leading for Global Change: Emergence of Our Collective Realities, 16th Annual International Leadership Association Global Conference, San Diego, CA. Ferdman, B. M. (2014, October 7). The key role of leadership in the practice of inclusion. Invited CLO Power Hour presentation at “Exploring New Approaches for Learning,” Fall 2014 Chief Learning Officer Symposium, Carlsbad, CA.  (This presentation was also part of the Fall 2014 CLO Symposium Online Edition on November 20, during which Dr. Ferdman was available for Q&A and additional comments.) Ferdman, B. M. (2014, August 5). Leadership as the fulcrum of inclusion in organizations. In J. Prime (Chair), The nature and consequences of inclusive leadership. Symposium held at the 74th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia, PA. Ferdman, B. M., Nkomo, S. M., Wasserman, I. C., Adler, P. S., Putnam, L. L., & Williamson, I. O. (2014, August 3). The language of inclusion (and exclusion) in the AOM: An interactive workshop on the power of words. All-Academy Theme Professional Development Workshop held at the 74th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia, PA. Ferdman, B. M. (2014, August 2). Bringing your multiple identities to work and to your job search. In C. Goldberg & O. Richard (Chairs), Gender and Diversity in Organizations (GDO) doctoral consortium. Workshop held at the 74th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia, PA. Dr. Ferdman received the Provost’s Pillar Award for Applied Research and Scholarship, Alliant International University, 2014, and gave an invited address to the Alliant community on Sept. 23. “The Applied Scholarship and Research Award at Alliant International University honors productive scholarship that has made a significant contribution to applied issues in the honoree’s discipline.” Dr. Ferdman was an invited panelist for Bolstering Innovation and Creativity Through Diversity, an event chaired and facilitated by alumnus Dr. Steven Jones (Ph.D., Organizational Psychology, San Diego), CEO of Jones Inclusive. The panel discussion, held on October 15, 2014 at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront, was sponsored by the San Diego Collaboration, comprised of 13 regional HR associations, including ASTD, ARHITAC, ASP, CBASD, NCPA, SDEA, SDHRR, SCGHRG, SDODN, SDPCA, SHRM, and UCSD Extension. He was an invited participant, Diversity 2000 Conference, Walker Creek Ranch, Petaluma, CA, August 11-12, 2014.        op13 Dr. Ferdman received the Janet Chusmir Distinguished Service Award from the Gender and Diversity in Organizations Division of the Academy of Management, August 2014. Given annually “to the nominee who has made an outstanding contribution to The Gender and Diversity Division and who has personally served as a mentor and role model for others in the field.”

 

 

 

Dale Glaser, Ph.D. Principal Lecturer, San Diego op14Dr. Glaser’s paper with his colleagues was recently accepted: Gonzales, L., Koci, A., Gee, RM., Noji, A., Glaser, D., Marsh, A., Marsh, K., Altman, A., Al Salmi, N., Al Sabei, S. (accepted). Caring for women globally: Five language translations of instruments for use in cardiovascular recovery, Journal of Nursing and Human Science. Dr. Glaser presented his work at a number of conference: Gonzales, L. Boyd, D., Quinal, L., DelMastro, M., Sterling, M.L., Aube, P.A., Georges, J.,Le, R., Traucht, L.,  Deloviar, J. & Glaser, D. (2014). Reducing Opioid-induced Constipation Following RN Education. Poster presentation at Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing Odyssey 2014 Conference. Greiner, L., &, Brown, D., Resick, L., &  Glaser, D. (2014).   Self-reported health, function and sense of control in a community sample of adults: A preliminary report from the gas fields. Poster presentation at the 142nd Annual Meetings at American Public Health Association in New Orleans, LA. Nayback-Beebe, A., Arzola, S., Glaser, D., & Feider, L. (2014, Sept). The Effect of The Biomodulator on The Biopsychosocial Secondary Sequelae of Chronic Low Back Pain In Active Duty Military Service Members.  Poster presentation at the 2014 TSNRP Research and EBP Dissemination Course in San Antonio, TX. Gonzales, L., Noji, A., Koci, A., Gee, R., Glaser, D. Marsh, A., Marsh, K. Altman, A., Al Salmi, N., & Al Sabei, S. (2014, May) Caring for Women Globally: Preparing Instruments for Use in Cardiovascular Recovery.  Poster presented at the 35th International Association for Human Caring Conference, Kyoto, Japan. Gonzales, L., Noji, A., Koci, A., Gee, R., Glaser, D. Marsh, A., Marsh, K. Altman, A., Al Salmi, N., & Al Sabei, S. (2014, April) Caring for Women Globally: Preparing Instruments for Use in Cardiovascular Recovery.  Poster presented at the USD Graduate Research Day, University of San Diego, San Diego, CA. Maitino, A .A., Rosenfarb, I. S., & Glaser, D. N. (2014).  An evolutionary exploration of depression: The relationship between adverse life events and symptom profiles of depression. Poster presentation at the eighth annual meeting of the North Eastern Evolutionary Psychology Society, New Paltz, NY. Johnson, B. D., Bormann, J. E., & Glaser, D. (2014, April). Factor analysis of a spiritual well-being scale in veterans with PTSD. Paper presented at the 47th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Western Institute of Nursing (WIN), Seattle, WA. Hawkins, S., Thomason, T., Steen, F., Custis, L., Mack, J., & Glaser, D.  (2014). Home telemonitoring self-care education for older adult heart failure patients.  Poster presentation for the Western Institute of Nursing Research Annual Conference, Seattle, WA.

 

 

Kathryn Goldman-Schuyler, Ph.D. Professor, San Francisco op15Dr. Goldman-Schuyler has a new book and a new publication: Goldman Schuyler, K. (Ed. with Baugher, J.E., Jironet, K., & Lid Falkman, L.) (2014). Leading with spirit, presence, and authenticity.  San Francisco: Jossey Bass/Wiley. Goldman Schuyler, K. (October, 2014). Interview with Jane Dutton and Gretchen Spreitzer about How to be a Positive Leader.  International Leadership Association Member Connector, pp. 7-14. She also had a number of presentations: Goldman Schuyler, K., Reams , J., Stilger, R.L., Etmanski, C., Gigliotti, R., Raffo, D., Fulton, M. & Aponte Moreno, M. (2014). Leading with spirit, presence, and authenticity. Workshop presented at the International Leadership Association Annual Conference, San Diego. Scharmer, O., & Goldman Schuyler, K. (2014). Connecting inner transformation as a leader to corporate and societal change. Workshop presented at the International Leadership Association Annual Conference, San Diego. Goldman Schuyler, K. & Skjei, S. (2014). Waking up at work: Action research on mindfulness, awareness, and presence. Poster presented at the International Symposium for Contemplative Studies (ISCS), Boston. Saxena, S., Senge, P., Scharmer, O., Skjei, S., & Goldman Schuyler, K. (2014). Connecting inner transformation as a leader to corporate and societal change.  Professional Development Workshop presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Philadelphia. Goldman Schuyler, K., Skjei, S., Sanzgiri, J., & Koskela, V. (2014, August). Waking up at work: Action research on mindfulness, awareness, and presence. In K. Goldman Schuyler (Chair). Words, presence, and self-compassion: Researching the impact of mindfulness at work.  Symposium conducted at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Philadelphia. Goldman Schuyler, K. (2014) Practicing sociology outside our imaginary walls. Roundtable presented at the American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco. Goldman Schuyler, K. & Baugher, J.E. (2014) Sociological mindfulness and altruism: The interdependence of presence, praxis, and societal change. Roundtable presented at the American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco. Professor Kathryn Goldman Schuyler organized and co-led a workshop with MIT scholar Otto Scharmer entitled Connecting Inner Transformation as a Leader to Corporate and Societal Changeat the ILA Global Conference in San Diego.op16 Kathryn Goldman Schuyler with authors of chapters in her book Leading with Spirit, Presence, and Authenticity, as they prepared over lunch for their workshop session at the International Leadership Association Global Conference in San Diego November 2.  The conference theme was Conscious Leadership.  Around the table from left are Jonathan Reams, Catherine Etmanski, Deana Raffo, Kathryn, Ralph Gigliotti, and Bob Stilger, with Marco Aponte-Moreno leaning in.  They are an international group, as this includes authors from the US, Canada, Norway, and the UK.

 

 

Cal Hoffman, Ph.D. Principal Lecturer, Los Angeles op17Dr. Hoffman had a presentation: Hoffman, C.C. (2014, September). Development and revision of the validated physical ability test (VPAT). Invited presentation at the monthly meeting of the Personnel Testing Council of Southern California.

 

 

Toni Knott, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Fresno China Trip 1Dr. Knott took a group of 19 students to China for 10 days visiting Shanghai Jianqiao University, Beijing Arts & Foreign Affairs Service School and several organizations including Coca Cola and Disney. The students were very appreciative of having the opportunity for an international experience that balance cultural immersion with visits to organizations and schools with many opportunities to interact with local residents, University faculty, and students in several cities in China.

 

 

Denise Lopez, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Los Angeles op18Dr. Lopez has a new book chapter: Duran, A., & Lopez, P. D. (in press). Women from diverse backgrounds in the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) professions: Retention and career development. In Impact of Diversity on Organization and Career Development (Ed. C. Hughes), IGI-Global Publishing. http://www.igi-global.com/book/impact-diversity-organization-career-development/112238?camid=3v11 Also, Dr. Denise Lopez made a presentation at Pasadena City College to Psychology majors interested in the field of Industrial-Organizational Psychology, November 2014.

 

 

Rodney Lowman, Ph.D. Distinguished Professor, San Diego op19Dr. Lowman has received a Presidential Citation, American Psychological Association, August, 2014. This award was presented by Dr. Nadine Kaslow, APA President, at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.  He also received the Luminary award, American Psychological Foundation, August, 2014. Dr. Lowman served as an editor for the Fundamentals of Consulting Psychology book series, American Psychological Association. He also had a number of presentations at the APA conference: Lowman, R.L. (2014, September 5). The ethical practice of psychology in organizations. Invited address, Gateway Industrial-Organizational Psychologists, St. Louis, MO. Lowman, R.L. (2014, August 22). Internationalizing multiculturalism: A challenge for global education. Chair, symposium presented at the meeting of the World Council for Curriculum and  Instruction 16th World Conference on education, San Diego. Lowman, R.L. (2014, August 22). Internationalizing multiculturalism: Major concepts. Paper presented in R.L. Lowman (Chair), Internationalizing multiculturalism: A challenge for global education 16th World Conference on education, San Diego. Lowman, R.L. (2014, August 19). Chair and moderator, Keynote Address by V. Ramanathan, Global warming and climate change: Mitigating the impacts on the bottom three billion. Presented at the meeting of the World Council for Curriculum and Instruction 16th World Conference on education, San Diego. Lowman, R.L. (2014, August 19). Chair, Opening Session, Integrating education for a lasting culture of peace and care of planet earth.  World Council for Curriculum and Instruction 16th World Conference on education, San Diego. Lowman, R.L. (2014, August 9). Discussant, Coaching psychology competencies: A model for education   and training psychologists for educating and training psychologists for coaching. (V. Vandaveer, Chair). Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC. Lowman, R.L. (2014, August 9). Is internationalism an ethical obligation in consulting psychology?  Paper presented in the symposium Ethical issues in consulting psychology: Telepractice and international consultation. (R.L. Lowman, Chair). Annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC. Lowman, R.L (Chair) (2014, August 9). Ethical and legal issues in consulting psychology:         Telepractice and international consultation. Symposium presented at the annual meeting  of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC. Wang-Jones, T.S., Alhasoon, O.M.., Ferdman, B., Lowman, R.L., & Starkka, S. (2014, August9). Transgender Implicit Association pilot test.  Paper presented at the annual meeting  of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC. Lowman, R. (Chair) (2014, August 8). Treating people in seemingly hopeless situations: learning from  Afghanistan (I. Missmahi, presenter). Plenary address presented at the annual meeting of the  American Psychological Association, Washington, DC. Howland, A., & Lowman, R.L. (Co-chairs). (2014, August 8). Leveraging virtual worlds and games to gather big data for assessment. Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC. Lowman, R.L. (Chair) (2014, August 7). Fundamentals of Consulting Psychology 3: Feedback, politics, and multiculturalism/internationalism, and organizational politics.  Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC. Lowman, R.L. (2014, August 7). Internationalism in consulting psychology: The new multiculturalism? Paper presented in the symposium Fundamentals of Consulting Psychology 3. Feedback, politics, and multiculturalism/internationalism. (R. Lowman, Chair) at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC. Lowman, R.L. (Discussant) (2014, August 7). High-tech storytelling of living the good life. American style, symposium (M. Gregerson, Chair) presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC. Milad, M., Lowman, R.L., & Riggio, R. (2014, August 7). Authentic leadership: The role of leader core self-evaluation, character, narcissism, self-awareness. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

 

 

Chris Mateo op22M.A., Organizational Behavior, Fresno, 2009 Chris Mateo (MAOB) was the Campaign Manager for Dr. Richard Pan for the June Primary and continued in the position for the Nov election where he was elected to a California State Senate seat from Sacramento (Democrat).

 

 

Katie Rovere op24OP PhD Student, San Francisco Katie presented a talk at a conference in San Francisco? Rovere, K. (Director) (2014, November 21). Millennial Teams in Architecture PechaKucha. Future Care: Design for Health. Lecture conducted from American Institute of Architects, San Francisco Chapter, San Francisco.

 

 

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Amin Saiar and Elizabeth Thomas PhD, Organizational Psychology, Los Angeles. Two OP PHD alumni, Dr. Amin Saiar (Senior Psychometrician, PSI) and Dr. Elizabeth Thomas (Manager of Workforce Insights and Organization Development, Disney), gave inspiring talks to G-1 students in Denise Lopez’s Intro to Industrial/Organizational and Consulting Psychology class this Fall 2014.

 

 

Erin Sullivan op25M.A., Organizational Psychology, San Francisco, 2013 Erin has a new publication: Turner, R.A., & Sullivan, E. (2014). In L. Kelly, (Ed.), New Management and Leadership Models, V2 (pp. 239-252). Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger.

 

 

Congratulations to all Faculty, Alumni, and Students in the Organizational Psychology Program on all of your achievements!