A Sampling of My Former SDSU Graduate Students
Caitie Jacobson (Graduated in 2017). Research Analyst at I/O Solutions. Thesis Investigating Personality-Performance Relationships with a Person-Centered Approach.
Casey O’Loughlin. (Graduated in 2016). Training Content Specialist at Mindbody, Inc. Thesis Investigating the Relationships Between Polychronicity and Work-Family Conflict, Organizational Citizenship Behaviors, and Burnout.
Josh Carlsen (Graduated in 2015). Independent Organizational Consultant. Thesis Investigating How Engagement Moderates the Relationship Between Personality and Work Outcomes.Bryan Aasen (Graduated in 2014). Senior Data Analyst, Talent Analytics at Qualcomm. Thesis on How Polychronicity Moderates Relationships Between Work-Family Conflict and Work Outcomes.
Fiona Cochrum-Nguyen (Graduated in 2012). Recruiting Coordinator at Twitter. Thesis on Predicting Job Performance and Job Satisfaction: An Examination of the Five Factor Model of Personality, Polychronicity and Role Overload.
Nichole Miller (Graduated in 2011). Program Operations Specialist & Educational Testing Specialist at University of Washington in Seattle. Thesis on Emotional Intelligence and Academic Performance: An Evaluation of Moderated Effects.
Stephanie McGinty (Graduated in 2011). HR Project Manager at Qualcomm in San Diego. Thesis on Intercultural Effectiveness and Personality as Predictors of Performance in Multicultural Workers.
Chris Atkinson (Graduated in 2011). Organizational Strategy Consultant at CPS HR Consulting. Thesis on Examining Generational differences in Work Life Balance, Job Satisfaction, and Organizational Commitment.Zack Girgis (Graduated in 2010). Manager, HR Business Partner at LinkedIn in San Francisco. Thesis on Predicting Multitasking Performance and Understanding the Nomological Network of Polychronicity.
Nora Grace French (Graduated in 2007). Senior Technical Specialist at ICF International in Columbia, MD. Thesis on An Examination of the Relationship between Stress, Health, and Their Moderators.
Kristin Graner (Graduated in 2007). Senior Learning Specialist at HD Supply in San Diego. Thesis on Training and Development Opportunities as Predictors of Organizational Commitment and Job Satisfaction in Gen X Employees.Angelina Carmazzi Sawitsky (Graduated in 2006). Independent HR Consultant. Thesis on Stress as a mediator of the relationship between individual traits and employee performance.
Melissa Ellefsen (Graduated in 2003). Owner at Body Bling Designs. Thesis on the incremental validity of time urgency for the prediction of job satisfaction and job performance.
(Graduated in 2002). Director of Organization Effectiveness at
MedImpact in San Diego. Thesis on Polychronicity, Big Five personality
dimensions, and sales
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