Specialties: Occupational Safety and Health, Job Performance, Selection, Training, Leadership
Ph.D., Colorado State University
Assistant Professor of Management
Sage 2459, (920) 424-7192
Dr. DeArmond earned her B.A. at Central Michigan University and her M.S. and Ph.D. from Colorado State University. Dr. DeArmond’s research and consulting interests are in occupational safety and health, job performance, selection, training, and leadership.
DeArmond, S., & Crawford, E.C. (in press). Organization personality perceptions and attraction: The role of social identity consciousness. Journal of International Selection and Assessment.
DeArmond, S., & Chen, P.Y. (2009). Occupational Safety: The Role of Workplace Sleepiness. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 41, 976-984.
Love, K., & DeArmond S. (2007). The validity of assessment center ratings and 16PF personality trait scores in police sergeant promotions: A case of incremental validity. Public Personnel Management, 36, 21-32.
Academy of Management
Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Society for Occupational Health Psychology
American Psychological Association
Society for Human Resource Management
Fox Valley Society for Human Resource Management
Faculty Advisor, UWO Society for Human Resource Management, 2008-present
Leadership Oshkosh Retreat Volunteer, 2011
Inclusive Excellence Council Member, 2011-present
College of Business Undergraduate Programs Committee Member, 2009-2011
Appleton Salvation Army Soup Kitchen Volunteer, 2009-present