Our Faculty

In order to maintain a practitioner-scholar model, our faculty engage in a wide range of research activities and encourage participation in their research teams.  All have engaged in pro-bono consultancies with our students in the local area and enjoy the assistance of a strong alumni network for more distant client-based projects.

Jay Caughron is a Professor of I/O Psychology who received his Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from the University of Oklahoma and his B.A. from Washington University in St. Louis. He has worked on grants from the Department of Defense, National Institute of Health, and National Science Foundation investigating leadership and ethical decision-making in a variety of contexts. Dr. Caughron’s research interests include workplace aggression, leadership, computerized applicant screening procedures, and ethical decision-making.  His teaching interests include the foundations of I/O psychology, leadership, ethics and psychometrics.

Young-Kook Moon

Teresa Ristow