Lyangela is a senior majoring in Psychology and Hispanic Studies at Rice University. She is involved in several research projects and is in an I/O psychology research lab. Upon graduation, Lyangela’s goal is to earn a PhD in Industrial/Organizational Psychology and conduct research on workplace diversity and discrimination, particularly discrimination against Hispanics. Her goals include becoming a successful researcher and educator. As an educator, Lyangela hopes to especially inspire and teach students who are underprivileged and under resourced.
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Kristy is a junior majoring in Psychology at California State University San Marcos. She is involved in Psi Chi, the Psychology Student Organization, Tukwut Leadership Circle, and the Social Psychology research lab. Kristy also volunteers at her local library as an adult literacy tutor. Kristy plans to enter a graduate program in I/O psychology, focusing her research on positive psychology, personality, and group dynamics. Her professional goals include pursuing an applied organizational psychology career, while being an active researcher to help create workplaces where people can thrive.
Jazmin is a senior at Eastern Michigan University double majoring in Psychology and Human Resource Management. She is currently an intern within the Ronald E. McNair Scholars Foundation, a mentor of a youth group within the university community, and a member of a research team conducting qualitative research to explore perceptions of women in organizations. Ultimately Jazmin plans to become a professor and will begin graduate school in the fall of 2015 to study I/O psychology or organizational behavior. Her research interests are in organizational diversity, minorities within teams, organizational training, and organizational communication.
Ahleah is a junior in the Honors College at West Chester University of Pennsylvania majoring in Psychology with a Communications Minor. Ahleah is an active member of the Honors Student Association holding the position of Social Committee Chair. She looks forward to conducting I/O psychology research with Dr. Bunk at West Chester next semester. Ahleah plans to continue her education in an I/O doctoral program in order to become a professor. Ahleah’s research interests include organizational diversity, individuality, and leadership.