Jill May is currently in the industrial/organizational psychology Ph.D. program at Illinois Institute of Technology. She received her M.S. in psychology in 2012. She has presented several papers on ethical climate, team ethics, and interdisciplinary teams at professional conferences.
Alan D. Mead is an assistant professor of psychology at the Illinois Institute of Technology, where he teaches individual differences, psychometrics, structural equations modeling, meta-analysis, research methods, and statistical analysis. He sits on the editorial board for the Journal of Business and Psychology and the Journal of Computerized Adaptive Testing. Since 1989, he has published over 80 peer-reviewed articles, book chapters, and conference presentations. Prior to joining the faculty at IIT, he spent several years as a consultant, research scientist, and psychometrician. Dr. Mead received his Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign in 2000 with a concentration on I/O psychology and a minor concentration on quantitative psychology.
Dr. Kemp Ellington is an assistant professor in the psychology department at the Illinois Institute of Technology. He received his Ph.D. in industrial/organizational psychology in 2006 from North Carolina State University. His primary areas of research are in performance management and training and development, including multilevel influences on learning and performance in team/group settings. Dr. Ellington is currently a co-principal investigator on an NSF/TUES grant examining individual ethical reasoning and team ethical climate in interdisciplinary undergraduate design teams.
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