Awards & Recognitions
Graduate of the University Honors Program
Psychology Department Outstanding Senior Award
Vice President of the CSULB Psi Chi chapter
Psi Chi- International honor society in Psychology
Golden Key- Academic organization honoring the top 15% of undergraduates
Phi Kappa Phi- Multidisciplinary collegiate honor society
Employing the Green Eyed Monster - Undergraduate honors thesis exploring the role of envy in sexual harassment. I presented this research at the Western Psychological Association Convention in April 2018.
Bachelor of Arts, Psychology
California State University, Long Beach - May 2018
Master of Science, Industrial/Organizational Psychology
California State University, Long Beach - May 2020
MSIO Program Description
This rigorous program combines scientific discipline with professional practice. The coursework covers a variety of topics that emphasize the value of Human Resources in the industrial community.
Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP)
Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
This course is focused on the conceptual understanding of multivariate analysis such as multiple regression, path analysis and factor analysis.
This course provides an overview of the methodological concepts and skills that are widely shared by researchers across the field of psychology.
This course provides an in-depth examination of procedural, theoretical, research and legal concerns associated with personnel psychology.
This course is centered around the development and administration of equitable compensation and benefits programs, job analysis and evaluation.
Statistical Design and Analysis of Experiments
This course introduces the logic, application and interpretation of analysis of variance (ANOVA) models. Emphasis is placed on gaining conceptual understanding of the statistical tests and their application to psychological research.
This course considers the problems in the construction of tests for personnel selection, educational screening, aptitude estimating, and practice in the development of tests.
This course explores areas of organizational psychology that aim to understand drivers and consequences of concepts such as teamwork, leadership, diversity, and motivation as they pertain to the workplace.
This course considers classic and contemporary research and theory related to groups and teams to gain a significant understanding of the nature, purpose, benefits and potential pitfalls of groups in organizations.
Issues in Organizational Development
This course is an examination of theory, research, techniques, and practices in the field of organizational development (i.e., the professional practice of managing change in organizations). Techniques such as team building, coaching/mentoring, process consultation, large-group interventions, goal setting, and survey feedback will be examined.
Issues in Training
This course is designed to introduce the theory and practice of training in organizations.
Practicum in I/O Psychology
This course provides the opportunity to apply the principles and skills of Industrial/Organizational psychology to real organizational issues.
Directed Research and Portfolio
This course is designed to assist students in preparing, organizing, and presenting personal academic and applied projects.
Each semester, I completed a project that allowed me to implement my knowledge and skills to an I/O related task. To view the culmination of my work throughout the program, please click the following link.