Organizational Sciences Resources

Advanced CGU graduate students and faculty would be happy to provide you with more information about the field and career opportunities in Organizational Behavior and in Positive Organizational Psychology.  To make a phone appointment with our Career Advisor or to arrange a visit to campus, please call or e-mail us at (909) 607-0878 or


There are more than 50 core and supporting faculty who teach courses, supervise student research, serve on student committees, or employ DBOS students.  For example, students take courses and work with CGU faculty from the Division of Politics and Economics, Drucker-Ito School of Management, School of Educational Studies, School of Information Science, as well as with faculty members from the other colleges in the Claremont Consortium.

Key faculty who teach in the programs include:

Stewart I. Donaldson
Professor & Dean

Mihaly Csikzentmihalyi


Michelle C. Bligh
Associate Professor


Jeanne Nakamura
Assistant Professor

Michael Hogg

Becky Reichard

Assistant Professor

Maritza Salazar

Assistant Professor

Paul Zak

Faculty members who have recently taught courses or supervise the research of students in the program include:

Diane Halpern

(Berger Institute for Work, Family, & Children)

Jean Lipman-Blumen (Management & The Drucker Institute for Advanced Studies in Leadership)

Ronald Riggio

(Kravis Leadership Institute)

Vijay Sathe


Sharon Goto


Jeffrey Lewis (Organizational Studies) 

Dale E. Berger

William D. Crano

Kathy Pezdek

Allen M. Omoto

Christina A. Christie


Adjunct faculty members who have extensive business experience also teach organizational courses.  In addition, many students take some courses in the Drucker-Ito School of Management.

Click here for a complete list of faculty who teach and mentor psychology students at CGU and their current research interests.

Research Institutes

The following Research Institutes at the Claremont Colleges provide research and employment opportunities for graduate students in organizational sciences:


Follow this link to read a summary of findings from a $20 million Work & Health Initiative evaluated by CGU Organizational faculty and students.

Many of our Organizational Sciences students and alums use professional evaluation and applied research methods to develop and improve organizations.  Please click here to read a preview about the future of professional evaluation.

To explore resources provided by the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP), please follow the link.

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