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PhD in Industrial/Organizational Psychology

The Industrial/Organizational Psychology Program is one of the cornerstones of the Psychology Department's efforts to achieve national and international recognition in psychology. 

The I/O Psychology program focuses on issues such as the psychology of Human Resource Management, Group Behavior, Cultural Diversity in Organizations, Employee Health and Well-being, and Training and Development. The program emphasizes a commitment both to research and application as a part of individual specialty area development.


Fall 2018 Worlds Ahead Graduates

Friday, December 07, 2018

As we close out the 2018 Fall semester, we would like to take a moment to showcase the CASE Worlds […]

Women in Research: Deborah Goldfarb

Thursday, December 06, 2018

Deborah Goldfarb, assistant professor of psychology and attorney, spends her days attempting to unravel the mysteries of some of the […]

Dr. Stephens awarded American Psychological Associations’ Shining Star Award

Thursday, December 06, 2018

Dr. Dionne Stephens, associate professor within the Department of Psychology, has been awarded the American Psychological Associations’ Shining Star Award for her outstanding research and […]