Faculty & Staff

Kimberly Schneider

Associate Professor
  • CURRENT COURSES
  • Ph D Psychology / Industrial-Organizational Psychology - 1996
  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Dissertation/Thesis topic: Bystander stress: Effects of sexual harassment on victims' coworkers
  • MA Psychology / Industrial-Organizational Psychology - 1994
  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Dissertation/Thesis topic: Employee disposition and work values as antecedents to job stress
  • BA Psychology - 1990
  • Illinois Wesleyan University
  • SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
  • Schneider, K. T., Wesselmann, E. D., & DeSouza, E. R. (2017). Confronting subtle workplace mistreatment: The importance of leaders as allies. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 1051. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2017.01051

  • Schneider, K. T., Desouza, E. R., & Durst, R. N. (2015). Links between workplace spirituality, job-related attitudes, and value fit in a non-profit agency. Journal of Prevention and Intervention in the Community
  • PRESENTATIONS
  • Chackoria, J., Rosenberger, E., & Schneider, K. T. (2017, Nov.). Emerging adult volunteers' motives: Links to engagement, turnover, burnout, productivity, and work satisfaction. Paper presented at the Conference on Emerging Adulthood, Washington, DC.

  • Rosenberger, E., Chackoria, J., & Schneider, K. T. (2017, Nov.). Emerging adults' experiences as volunteers: Satisfaction, engagement, and burnout. Paper presented at the Conference on Emerging Adulthood, Washington, DC.

  • VanCleave, M., Hesse, B., & Schneider, K. T. (2017, Apr.). Competence and role ambiguity as predictors of negative work attitudes. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.

  • FUNDED GRANTS
  • Dept of Psychology: Jim Johnson Award
  • Psi Chi Honor Society and Student Psychology Association
  • 2017