|Dr. Chris Wiese is an Assistant Professor of Industrial-Organizational Psychology at the Georgia Tech. He received his B.S. in Psychology and Management as well as his Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from the University of Central Florida (2015) working with Drs. Eduardo Salas, C. Shawn Burke, and Kimberly Smith-Jentsch. After completing his degree, he completed a post-doctoral fellowship with a joint appointment at Purdue University and The University of Pennsylvania collaborating with Drs. Louis Tay and Angela Duckworth.
|Yuhua (Andy) Li is a Ph.D. candidate who joined The Foundation Lab in Fall 2019. She graduated from Illinois College in May 2019 with a B.S. in both Psychology and Economics. Her research interest revolve around enhancing worker well-being through improving recovery experiences, work-life balance, prosocial behaviors in the workplace, and implementing personal- and organizational-level interventions.
|Yichen (Steve) Tang is a Ph.D. candidate who joined The Foundation Lab in Fall 2019. He graduated from the College of Wooster with a double major in Psychology and Economics. He is interested in understanding team dynamics and ways to improve worker well-being. His overarching goal is to become a thought leader in the field of I-O psychology and build on the knowledge-base of scholars that came before him.
|Andrew Aycock is a psychology major at Oglethorpe University and joined The Foundation Lab in January 2019. His research interests are in commuting and improving the mental health of the workforce. He aspires to be an Industrial Organizational Psychologist and contribute to the field of knowledge to help people within the workplace become mentally healthier and happier within their working and home environment.
|Peyton Fernandez is a Psychology student through Georgia Southern University and she joined The Foundation Lab Summer of 2019. Her research focus is currently on the crossover effects from commuting to the workplace or personal relationships. Peyton is currently deciding the next step in her academic path: she is leaning toward I/O Psychology or Social Work.
|Danielle Houston is a Business Administration student at Georgia Tech and joined The Foundation Lab in Spring 2019. Under her Business Administration Degree, she is concentrating in Leadership and Organizational Change as well as pursuing a certificate in I-O psychology. She is really interested in the way that psychological theories are applied in the workplace and is excited to see how our research findings will be directly applicable to the many people today that commute to work. After graduation in December, she will have a career involving Human Capital Management and, in the future, earn PhD in either I/O Psychology or Organizational Behavior.
|My Chel Robinson is a biopsychology major at Oglethorpe University and joined The Foundation Lab in January 2019. Her research interests are in physiological and psychological health due to environmental changes of individuals. She aspires to continue a track to become a Neuropsychiatrist and wants to help better the psychology of individuals with mental disorders.
|Caterina Rossie is a Psychology major at Georgia Tech and joined The Foundation Lab in Summer 2019. She is very interested in researching the effects of the stress and challenges that commuting puts on individuals, whether it be on a personal and family matters or workplace performance and productivity. After graduation, she plans on pursuing a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and work to improve the well-being of individuals on a one-on-one level.