David S. DeGeestGraduate Assistant
Management & Organizations
- PhD (expected) in Organizational Behavior/Human Resource Management, University of Iowa, 2014
- MBA in Finance & Strategy, University of Iowa, 2010
- BA in Mathematics & English, Grinnell College, 2006
- Individual differences (i.e., personality, goal orientation, ability)
- Person-environment fit
- Research methods
- Ballard Seashore Dissertation Fellowship, 2013
- IMPACT Award for Outstanding Leadership, Tippie School of Management, University of Iowa, 2010
- Service Distinction Award, Tippie School of Management, University of Iowa, 2010
- University of Iowa Graduate College Summer Fellowship, Summer 2012
- Incremental Validity of Intersection Traits in Predicting Counterproductive Work Behaviors. (with Erik Gonzalez-Mule, Michael K. Mount), International Journal of Selection and Assessment, forthcoming.
- Gender differences in personality predictors of counterproductive behavior. (with Erik Gonzalez-Mule, Michael K. Mount), Journal of Managerial Psychology, Vol. 28, forthcoming, 333-353.
- The role of goal orientation in leadership development programs. (with Kenneth G. Brown), Human Resources Developement Quarterly, Vol. 2, Forthcoming, 157-176.
- The impact of research synthesis methods on Industrial-Organizational Psychology: The road from pessimism to optimism about cumulative knowledge. (with Frank L. Schmidt), Journal of Research Synthesis Methods, Vol. 1, Forthcoming 2010, 185-197.
- SIOP Student Member, 2009-present
- Academy of Management member, 2009-present