Director of Research and Assistant Professor of Industrial-Organizational Psychology
B.S., Andrews University, 1999; M.S., Florida International University, 2002; Ph.D., University of Central Florida, 2007. At SPU since 2010.
Specialty: Industrial-Organizational Psychology
Areas of Scholarship: Mentoring in organizations, predicting and evaluating team effectiveness, training interpersonal skills.
Areas of Teaching: Organizational Behavior; Program and Organizational Evaluation; Statistics and Research Methods; and Organizational Theory
2012-2013 Research Vertical Team Description
Curriculum Vitae: CV Document (PDF)
Office: 128 Marston Hall
Phone: (206) 281-2152
Dr. Kendall, joined the I-O faculty in the fall of 2010. As Director of Research, she is looking forward to coaching students to become informed consumers of existing I-O literature and is anticipating facilitating their growth into knowledgeable investigators. She is excited about the potential for SPU I-O students to make positive changes in the ways organizations function and in the welfare of the individuals who comprise them.
In her free time, Dr. Kendall likes to read from a wide variety of social science topics including history, economics, philosophy (especially epistemology), sociology, and theology. Her greatest passion is gathering and sharing the kinds of knowledge that serve to build bridges of commonality, healing, and connection with others. Finally, she enjoys spending time with her husband Scott and pet parrot, Sunny.
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