Presentations

❖ Select Student Presentations ❖

2021 SIOP Virtual Conference

IO Ph.D. student Anna Kallschmidt presenting research on How Black and White women from Working Class Backgrounds Learn Workplace Norms as They Experience Career Mobility.

IO Ph.D. student Sarah Jackson presenting her thesis research on Anti-Blackness in Telephone Interviews

 

2019 SPSSI Conference

IO Ph.D. student Anna Kallschmidt presenting her paper “Are lower social class origins stigmatized at work?”

Dr. Sofia Noori, Resident at Yale and PWR Lab Postdoc, presenting her work on “Themes of Intimate Partner Violence in Cases of Nonconsensual Pornography”

Dr. Ed Sullivan, recent lab graduate, presenting his research on “Identifying men allies to Combat Sexism in the Workplace”

Developmental Ph.D. student and PWR Lab member Yanet Ruvalcaba presenting qualitative research with Ph.D. student and HDCI Lab member Ana Rodrigues and Dr. Stephens, on “Black Ph.D. Students’ Retention and Academic Successes”

IO Ph.D. student Chantal Martinez presenting her research on “Generational Stereotypes and professional development: How stereotypes about Millenials impact their opportunities for professional development”

PWR Lab SPSSI 2019 attendees at the teaching and mentoring award ceremony!

2019 SIOP Conference

Ph.D. student Danilo Le Sante presents his work on “Interpersonal facilitation predicts employees leadership emergence through perceptions of personality” at the 2019 conference for the Society for Industrial Organizational Psychology (SIOP).

2018 FIU McNair and UMBC McNair Conferences

Psychology undergraduate Jasmine Banks presents her McNair Scholars Program thesis at with Dr. Eaton and Dr. Dionne Stephens at FIU’s McNair Conference. Her thesis examined adolescent girls’ perceptions of after school programs, including Girl Power, in resource-limited neighborhoods

Jasmine Banks presents her McNair Scholars Program thesis at the UMBC McNair Conference.

2018 APA Conference

Ph.D. student Yanet Ruvalcaba presents her work on “Nonconsensual porn: Perpetration, victimization, and health correlates of victimization” at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association (APA, Division 35), San Francisco, CA.

2018 SPSSI Conference

Ph.D. student Anna Kallschmidt presenting her research “An outsider-within: Identities of low-income background White men at work” at the 2018 conference for the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI)

Ph.D. student Yanet Ruvalcaba presenting her research “Help-seeking and victim blame experiences among victims Of nonconsensual porn” at the 2018 conference for the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI)

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2018 International Conference on Eating Disorders (ICED)

Ph.D. student Jessica Saunders presents her work on “Social comparison in eating disorder recovery: Using PhotoVoice to capture the sociocultural influences on women’s recovery” at the Academy for Eating Disorders’ 2018 International Conference on Eating Disorders (ICED) in Chicago, IL.

2018 SIOP Conference

Ph.D. student Ed Sullivan presenting his research “Are best I/O employment assessment practices and the legal system in sync?” at the 2018 conference for the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP)”

Ph.D. student Anna Kallschmidt presenting her research “Are lower social class origins stigmatized at work” at the 2018 conference for the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP)

2017 SACNAS Conference

Undergrad PWR Lab member Robert Gonzalez presenting his work on on the importance of family friendly organizational policies for expectant working couples at the 2017 conference for the Society for Advancing Chicanos/Hispanics & Native Americans in Science (SACNAS).

2017 APA Conference

Ph.D. student Jessica Saunders presents her research “How does social media usage relate to the sociocultural model of disordered eating” at the 2017 American Psychological Association (APA) Conference in Washington, DC

2017 SIOP Conference

Ph.D. student Ryan Jacobson presents his research “How organizational policies influence the likelihood of bystander reporting of sexual harassment at work” at the 2017 Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) Conference in Orlando, Florida

2017 McNair Fellow Induction Ceremony

PWR Lab Ph.D. student and McNair Graduate Fellow Yanet Ruvalcaba giving the Keynote speech for the 2017 McNair Fellow Induction Ceremony at FIU

2017 Undergraduate Research Conference

Darlene Carmichael presents her honor’s thesis: “Stereotyping terror: Outgroup exclusion and Islamophobia” at FIU’s 2017 Undergraduate Research Conference

2017 Invited Talk at Emmanuel College

Jessica Faye Saunders gives her first invited colloquium presentation on “Is comparison the thief of joy? Exploring the relationship between social media, social comparisons, and disordered eating behaviors” to the psychology and women’s and gender studies departments at Emmanuel College in Boston, MA

Association for Women in Psychology 2017

Ph.D. student Yanet Ruvalcaba presenting her research “Black adolescents’ ideal partners” at the 2017 Association for Women in Psychology Conference (AWP)

Ph.D. student Jessica Saunders presenting her research “Exploring the dual roles of sociocultural and cognitive factors on body dissatisfaction among early adolescent girls” at the 2017 Association for Women in Psychology Conference (AWP)

2016 National Latina/o Psychological Association (NLPA)

Ph.D. student Yanet Ruvalcaba presents her research on Hispanic college women’s reflections on engaging in sexting during high school at the National Latina/o Psychological Association (NLPA) in 2016

SIOP Conference 2016

Ph.D. student Renzo Barrantes presenting his research “Sexual Orientation and Leadership: Are Gay Men at an Advantage?” at the 2016 Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP)”

Ph.D. student Ryan Jacobson presenting his research “How Organizational Policies Influence the Likelihood of Reporting Sexual Harassment at Work” at the 2016 Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP)

FIU’s Undergraduate Research Conference Spring 2016

PWR Lab students presenting their honor’s thesis research at FIU’s 2016 Undergraduate Research Conference hosted by the honor’s college.

RA Britany Priore presenting her honor’s thesis “Challenges in the lives of gay, bisexual, and queer Hispanic college men”

RA Caressa Rolle presenting her honor’s thesis “Pregnancy disclosure at work for Black men and women”

RA Yanet Ruvalcaba presenting her honor’s thesis “Double standards in Black adolescents’ beliefs about heterosexual sexual coercion”

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AWP Conference 2016

PWR Lab Manager and RA Noelle Mendez presents her work “Coworker support buffers burnout in pregnant working women over time” at the 2016 AWP (Association for Women in Psychology) Conference in Pittsburgh, PA

WSGSA Conference Fall 2015

PWR Lab students presenting their research at FIU’s 16th annual Women, Sexuality, and Gender Student Association Conference.

Left to right: Ph.D. student Ryan Jacobson, Ph.D. student Renzo Barrantes, undergrad Caressa Rolle, Research Assistant Noelle Mendez, Dr. Asia Eaton in the panel “Coming out and speaking out in the workplace”

Left to right: Ph.D. student Jessica Saunders, undergrad Britany Priore, undergrad Vanessa Yanek, Research Assistant Elizabeth Vamos, Dr. Vicki Burns from the panel “Taking intersectionality seriously in psychology”.

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2015 Notre Dame Research symposium and McNair Symposium at FIU

Undergraduate Yanet Ruvalcaba presenting her McNair research project titles “Examining potential sex differences in negative feedback in response to exogenous hydrocortisone administration” at the 2015 Notre Dame Undergraduate Research Symposium

Undergraduate students Vanessa Yanek and Yanet Ruvalcaba presenting their research at the 2015 McNair Symposium at FIU

SIOP Conference 2015

Ph.D. student Renzo Barrantes presenting his research “Sexual Orientation and Leadership Suitability: How Being Gay Affects Perceptions of Fit” at the 2015 Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP)”

Ph.D. student Vanessa Quiroz presenting her research “How Being Transformational Impacts Men’s and Women’s Success at Work” at the 2015 Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP)

SPSP Conference 2015

Ph.D. student Ben Fay presents his work “Do internal attributions about eyewitness inconsistencies cause jurors to disregard their entire testimony?” at the 2015 SPSP (Society for Personality and Social Psychology) conference in Long Beach, California

WSGSA Conference Fall 2014

PWR Lab students presenting their research at FIU’s 15th annual Women, Sexuality, and Gender Student Association Conference.

Top: undergrad Natalia Gutierrez, Ph.D. student Ben Fay, and undergrad Adriana Medina.

Bottom: Dr. Asia Eaton, Ph.D. student Renzo Barrantes, Ph.D. student Vanessa Quiroz, and Ph.D. student Ryan Jacobson.

Ph.D. student Ryan Jacobson, Ph.D. student Renzo Barrantes, Ph.D. student Vanessa Quiroz, and Dr. Asia Eaton from the panel “The ups and downs of being a minority at work”.

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AOM Conference 2014

Ph.D. student Renzo Barrantes (far right) presents his work on perceptions of gay male leaders at the Academy of Management (AOM) Conference in Philadelphia, PA

WSGSA Conference Spring 2014

Ph.D. student Josh Collins, Dr. Asia Eaton, Ph.D. student Renzo Barrantes, and Ph.D. student Jose Rodriguez presenting their research at FIU’s Women, Sexuality, and Gender Student Association Conference in the panel: “Being LBG at work: Perceptions, Treatment, and Experiences of Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Individuals in the Workplace”

SPSP Conference 2014

Ph.D. student Ben Fay presents his work on relationship commitment among lesbian women at the 2014 SPSP (Society for Personality and Social Psychology) conference in Austin Texas

FIU’s Undergraduate Pre-conference Research Forum, Fall 2012

Undergraduate Vanessa Quiroz, presenting her winning research project on minority academic achievement

Undergraduate Katt Fernandez, presenting her Honor’s Thesis on Initial Romantic and Sexual Scripts among young Heterosexual Hispanic adults

3rd Annual FIU Summer Research Internship Mini-Symposium, Summer 2012

Kathy Ordonez, a TERRA high school student, presents a research project designed to examine how gender roles influence openness to persuasion.

Psi Chi Session at the Southeastern Psychological Association (SEPA) Conference, Spring 2012

Undergraduate Barbara Junco’s poster on “The effect of attributions about eyewitness testimonial inconsistencies on conviction rates”.

FIU’s Undergraduate Pre-conference Research Forum, Fall 2011

Undergraduate Barbara Junco, presenting her Honor’s Thesis “The effect of attributions about eyewitness inconsistencies on conviction rates”

Undergraduate Vanessa Quiroz, presenting her Honor’s Thesis proposal “The relationship between heteronormativity and sexual coercion among adolescents”