Organizational Psychology Program Faculty
The OP programs’ primary goal is to develop highly resourceful, values-based practitioners who acquire the depth and breadth of competencies required to apply theory, state-of-the-art research, and practice to real world challenges faced by today’s global organizations. Faculty are committed to fulfilling this goal through curriculum design, scholarship, role modeling, expertise, professional socialization, and by providing students with opportunities for personal and professional growth. The faculty, as academics and practitioners, bring practical experience to their teaching, welcoming and appreciating the experience and multiple perspectives of all students.
Organizational Development (PsyD)
Collaboration, organizational change, dialogue, conscious capitalism, systems thinking, sustainability, organizational culture
Organizational Psychology (MA)
Organizational Psychology (PhD)
Group dynamics, teamwork, group decision-making and problem-solving, leadership and influence in teams, diversity, multiculturalism, and inclusion in organizations, employees' perceptions of justice and fairness.
Social psychology in organizations focusing on inter group relations, prejudice and discrimination, Leadership focusing on leadership emergence, transformational leadership, Diversity management, multiculturalism, and internationalization in organizations, Cross-cultural psychology
Multivariate statistics, statistical modeling, psychometric testing, and survey research.
Leadership, Employee Engagement, Organizational Change, Diversity and Inclusion in Organizations, Globalization
Organizational change, employee surveys, organizational communication, consulting, training new consultants and students as consultants, leadership assessment and development, training and development, performance assessments, group leadership and learning