- Employee turnover
- Organizational commitment
- Employee mistreatment
- Women in STEM
Miner, K. N., Walker, J., Jean, V., Carter-Sowell, A., January, S. C., Bergman, M. E., & Kaunas, C. (in press, 2017). From her to them to us: Using a social structural lens to understand gender inequity in STEM. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice.
January, S. C., & Bergman, M. E. (October, 2017). Exploring the Antecedents of Organizational Commitment Profiles: The Roles of Psychological Need Satisfaction and Organizational Experiences. Paper to be presented at the bi-annual Conference on Commitment, Columbus, OH.
January, S., Dray, K., Miner, K., & Carter-Sowell, A. (April, 2017). Are Ostracism and Incivility Barriers to Women’s Well-Being in STEM? Oral presentation given at the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology annual meeting, Orlando, FL.
Dray K. K., January, S. C., Miner, K. N., & Carter-Sowell, A. (March, 2017). Barriers to the well-being of women in STEM: Ostracism and incivility. Paper presented at Student Research Week, College Station, TX.
January, S., & Miner, K. N. (June, 2016). Work-Family Conflict, Organizational Support, and Well-Being Outcomes for Early Career Women in STEM. Paper presented at the Work-Family Researchers Network annual meeting, Washington, D.C.
January, S., & Miner K. (April, 2016). Does the Source Matter? Gendered Faculty Experiences of Academic Incivility. Oral presentation given at the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology annual meeting, Anaheim, CA.
January, S., & Miner, K. N. (April, 2016). Does the Source Matter? Gendered Faculty Experiences of Workplace Incivility. Oral presentation given at Student Research Week 2016. College Station, Texas.
Chalupa, S., Miner, K. N., & Diaz, I. (August, 2015). Kicking the girls: Displaced workplace incivility toward women in STEM. Paper presented at the Academy of Management annual meeting, Vancouver, Canada.
Chalupa, S. & Miner, K. N. (May, 2015). Ambient incivility, subjective well-being, and turnover intentions for women and men in STEM. Paper presented at the Work, Stress, and Health biennial conference, Atlanta, GA.