The Industrial and Organizational Psychology Program (I-O) follows a scientist-practitioner model. The program provides students with the knowledge and research skills needed to study human motivation, performance, and well-being in the workplace. Students are also provided with opportunities to work on real-world projects, in both academic and industrial settings, that examine the application of psychological principles and findings to workforce management. The primary objective of the I-O Psychology program is to train individuals seeking the Ph.D. degree to conduct research and to practice in the areas of industrial psychology and organizational behavior. Students receive state-of-the-art training in the theories and methods of I-O psychology and management. This integrated program relies on the expertise and dedication of both Psychology and Management faculty members.
Graduate Students Include: Ares Boira-Lopez, Alexander Brunot, Joshua Chappell, Cooper Delafield, Samantha England, Mark Fichtel, Cecelia Gordon, Yomna Helmy, Katie Holloway, James Lue, Tanner Newbold, Maddison North, Divya Patel, Joshua Rice, Kelsey Richels, Justine Rockwood, Colleen Standish, Amanda Stephens, and Joseph Stewart