WGST 200: Introduction to Women’s & Gender Studies
PSYC/WGST 300: Psychology of Women
PSYC 680: Occupational Health Psychology; Workplace Abuse and Mistreatment; Stigmatized Identities in the Workplace
- Diversity, inclusion, and respect in organizations
- Workplace abuse and mistreatment
- Gender, race, sexual orientation, parenting status, and other categories of difference in organizations
- Occupational health
- Cross-cultural investigations of workplace mistreatment
- Power and status in organizations
- How societal issues and events (e.g., national politics, natural disasters) affect employee relations
- Physiological responses to workplace mistreatment
- Work-life balance (especially trauma)
- Women in STEM
- 2010-2015: ADVANCE-IT Promoting success of women faculty through a Psychologically Healthy Workplace; National Science Foundation
- 2009-2012: The influence of educational climate on college women’s attrition from STEM fields: A three-year longitudinal study, National Science Foundation
- Miner, K. N., Diaz, I., Wooderson, R. L., McDonald, J., Smittick, A., & Lomeli, L.C. (in press). A workplace incivility roadmap: Identifying theoretical speedbumps and alternative routes for future research. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology. ARTICLE
- Miner, K. N., Walker, J., Bergman, M. E., Jean, V., Carter-Sowell, A., January, S. C., Kaunas, C. (in press). From “her” problem to “our” problem: Using an individual lens vs. a social-structural lens to understand gender inequity in STEM. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice. ARTICLE
- Miner, K. N., Diaz, I., & Rinn, A. N. (in press). Incivility, psychological distress, and math self-concept among women and students of color in STEM. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering.
- Miner, K. N. & Smittick, A. (2016). Workplace incivility, culture of honor, and aggression: Precarious manhood and the demoralized male. Culture, Society, and Masculinities, 8(1), 20–38.
- Miner, K. N., & Cortina, L. M. (2016). Observed workplace incivility toward women, perceptions of interpersonal injustice, and observer occupational well-being: Differential effects for gender of the observer. Frontiers in Psychology. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00482.
- Zurbrügg, L., & Miner, K. N. (2016). Gender, sexual orientation, and workplace incivility: Who is most targeted and who is most harmed? Frontiers in Psychology. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00565. (Winner of the 2016 APA Division 35 best graduate student paper award).
- Bench, S. W., Lench, H. C., Liew, J., Miner, K. N., & Flores, S. A. (2015). Gender gaps in overestimation of math performance. Sex Roles, 72, 536-546.
- Cunningham, G. B., Bergman, M. E., & Miner, K. N. (2014). Interpersonal mistreatment of women in the workplace. Sex Roles, 71(1-2), 1-6.
- Stoverink, A. C., Umphress, E. E., Gardner, R.., & Miner, K. (2014). Misery loves company: Cognitive dissonance and the influence of interpersonal justice climate on team cohesion. Journal of Applied Psychology, 99, 1059-1073.
- Miner, K. N., Smittick, A., Pesonen, A., Seigel, M. L., & Clark, E. (2014). Does being a mom help or hurt? The relationship between workplace incivility and job outcomes as a function of motherhood status. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 19, 60-73.
CURRENT GRADUATE STUDENTS
Accepting Students 2018-2019