Facilities and Labs
The I/O program faculty and graduate students have offices and research labs in Thach Hall. In addition, faculty and graduate students participate in consulting, contracts, and internships in the nearby community.
I-O Program Research Labs
Director: Dr. Jinyan Fan
Description: The Individual Differences, Training, and Assessment Lab examines how to apply psychology to the workplace, such as personnel selection, training and development, etc.
Director: Dr. Ana Franco-Watkins
Description: LIDS focuses on using psychological theories and methodologies to elucidate decision making processes that address basic and applied research questions with real-world implications.
Director: Dr. Dan Svyantek
Description: This lab focuses on the investigation of the interaction between both individual level variables (e.g., personality) and organizational level variables (e.g., organizational culture) across time.
Director: Dr. Jesse Michel
Description: The Work-Life and Organizational Effectiveness Lab conducts research on work-life dynamics, personality and individual differences in the workplace, and scale development and validation.
Last Updated: February 15, 2017