Dissertation & Thesis Projects

Recent dissertations and theses supervised

Stefanie Mockler (2020) Who Creates Family-Supportive Work Environments? Examining Characteristics of Leaders who Enact Family-Supportive Supervisor Behaviors

Alanna Mullen (2020) Gender Differences in the Impact of  Confidence on Leadership Attainment

Mary Keegin Toward (2018) Toward Pay Equity: A Motivational Intervention to Reduce Gender Differences in Salary Negotiations

Kaitlyn Gallagher (2018) Gender role congruity in negotiation : the impact of task framing and communication mode

Scott McLuckie (2017) The impact of conformity and qualifications on perceptions of power, competency, and first offers in negotiations

Amber Cotton (2016) Examining the Intersection of Gender and Age on Backlash Effects in Negotiations

Kristin Mann (2016) The effects of sexual orientation and behavioral style on perceptions of leadership potential and effectiveness

Daniel Abben (2015) Web-Based Recruitment: Strategies for Attracting LGBT Employees

Eileen Linnabery (2014) Effects of temporal perceptions on employees’ work-life conflict