Mr. Jones is a retired law enforcement supervisor and currently serves as coordinator of the undergraduate forensic psychology program. His research interests are law enforcement leadership & management, recruiting & retention, and violent crime. Mr. Jones consults with law enforcement in promotional processes, leadership, and applied research. He is a guest lecturer at the FBI National Academy, a member of the Futures Working Group. Current research efforts are focused on applied research in collaboration with the FBI on perpetrator motivation and violent crime.
Dr. Aragon received his doctorate in 临床心理学 from Nova Southeastern University. His interests include empathy in the process of forgiveness and therapeutic necessity; chronic mental health with inpatient and homeless individuals; substance abuse prevention & intervention.
Dr. Steelman's conducts research in the areas of feedback processes, performance management, and employee engagement. She teaches courses in Performance Appraisal, Organizational Change and Transformation, and Advanced Research Methods & Professional Development. She is the Chair of the I/O psychology program and the Director of the Center for Organizational Effectiveness, a campus based consulting group affiliated with the I/O program. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Akron.