Ohio University

Cassandra Colton

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Graduate Student

Year of Entry

Fall 2015


Experimental Industrial/Organizational Psychology


Dr. Jeffery Vancouver

Curriculum Vitae

Cassandra E. Colton
Department of Psychology
200 Porter Hall
Athens, OH 45701


Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR

Bachelor of Science in Psychology, awarded June 2014

Bachelor of Science in Innovation Management, awarded June 2014

Minor in Business and Entrepreneurship, awarded June 2014

GPA: 3.55/4.0

Ohio University, Athens, OH

M.S. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, expected May 2017

Ph.D. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, expected May 2020

Related Coursework

Undergraduate- Oregon State University

General Psychology 1 and 2, Personal Leadership Development Intro into Statistical Methods 1 and 2, Meditation, General Biology 1, 2 and 3, Occupational Health, Technical Writing, Social Psychology, Research Methods in Psychology, Human Lifespan Development, Brain and Behavior, Abnormal Psychology, Introduction to Sociology, Research, Language Acquisition, Emotion, The Science of Happiness, Micro-Economics, Intro to Entrepreneurship, Fundamentals of Accounting, Managing Organizations, Professional Development, Marketing, Intro to Financial Management, Technology and Innovation Management, Innovation and New Product Development, Personal Selling, Technology Commercialization, Leadership, Human Resource Management, Advanced Social Research Methods

Graduate - Ohio University

Advanced Statistics for Behavioral Sciences Linear Regression Analysis

Survey of Industrial and Organizational Psychology Advanced Research Methods in Psychology Turnover

Selection Research Seminar


Rosa, N. M., Bogart, K., R., Bonnet, A. K., Estill, M. C., & Colton, C. E. (2016). Teaching about disability in psychology: An analysis of disability curricula in U.S. undergraduate psychology programs. Teaching of Psychology, 43(1), 59-62.

(Acknowledged) Michael, J., Bogart, K., Tylén, K., Krueger, J., Bech, M., Østergaard, J. R., & Fusaroli, R. (2015). Training in compensatory strategies enhances rapport in interactions involving people with Möbius syndrome. Frontiers in neurology, 6.

Research Presentations

Celebrating Undergraduate Excellence, 2013

Western Psychological Association 2014: “Teaching about Disability in Psychology”

Western Psychological Association 2015: “Teaching about Disability in Psychology” (revised)

Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychologists 2016: “Turnover Research and Practice: Advancements in Methods, Measurement, and Analysis”

Awards and Honors

Oregon State University Presidential Scholarship, 2010-2014
Oregon State University Psi Chi President, 2013-2014
Multiple appearances on Deans List, 2010-2014
Oregon FFA State Degree, 2010

Professional Experience

Ohio University, Athens, OH

Graduate Assistant, August 2015 – Present

  • Assist with completion and submission of a symposium on Advance Turnover Methods
  • Assist assigned faculty with classes, exams, and grading.

Oregon State University Disability and Social Intervention Lab, Corvallis, OR

Research Assistant, March 2013 – May 2015

  • Provide assistance with the preparation of project-related reports, manuscripts, and presentations
  • Perform descriptive and multivariate statistical analysis of data, using computer software
  • Prepare tables, graphs, fact sheets, and written reports summarizing research results
  • Present research findings to groups of people

Arnold Dining Center, OSU University House and Dining Service, Corvallis, OR

Student Worker, October 2010 – June 2014

  • Required to think quickly and be flexible when confronted with problems
  • Interacted with hundreds of customers on a daily basis

College Works Painting, La Grande, OR

Branch Manager, February 2011-September 2011

  • Hired, trained and managed a 5-employee branch
  • Designed and implemented marketing plan
  • Estimated painting projects and presented proposals
  • Responsible for production management, customer relations and quality control
  • Revenues exceeding $65,000