Dr. Nadler enjoys working with graduate students and is available to serve on and chair graduate theses. Please feel free to contact Dr. Nadler if you are interested in having him on or chair your graduate thesis. Below are some of his past Master's Students.
Master's Theses Chaired
Megan Eling (Breurskens)
- Brian Wilkinson (defended Spring 2017). You Got to Pray Just to Make it Today: The Relationship Between Disclosure Disconnects, Job Satisfaction, and Organizational Commitment among Atheistic Employees.
- Ryanzo Perez (defended Spring 2017). Stepping Stone or Stumbling Block: The Impact of Prior Military Services on Hiring Managers' Perceptions of Warmth, Competence, and Hirability.
- Scott Schneider (defended Spring 2017). The Role of Parental Influence on Leadership in a Female Dominated Field.
- Christine Weller (defended Spring 2016). Sexual Orientation Discrimination: Effects of Microaggressions on Coming Out and Organizational Attraction.
- James Beil (defended Spring 2016). Measuring Pride in the Workplace.
- Ege Turen (defended Fall 2015). Beyond Biological Gender: Influencers for Women’s Career Choices and Job Satisfaction
- Amanda Meyer (defended Summer 2016). The impact of onboarding levels on utility, organizational commitment, perceived organizational support, and job satisfaction.
- Daniel Detwiler (defended Fall 2015). Ethics integration strategies: Inoculating subsidiaries against unethical contagion.
- Megan Beurskens (defended Spring 2015). Gender role socialization as a moderator between sexual coercion and psychological distress.
- Holly Morris (defended Fall 2014). A Web-Based Approach to Measuring the Effects of Corporate Wellness Programs on Recruitment Practices.
- Andrew Osifalujo (defended Fall 2014). Code-switching in working African Americans: Internalized racism, minority status, and organizational commitment.
- Casey Nixon (defended Summer 2014). Organizational Punishment for Sexual
- Harassment: Different for Men and Women?
- Tess Menzies (defended Spring 2014). Using Facebook in Hiring Decisions:
- Applicant Privacy and Perceptions of the Organization.
- Brandi Fulk (defended Spring 2014). Compassion Fatigue in Clinical Psychologists.
- Jodie Pyatt (defended Spring 2014). Reactions to Homosexual Job Applicants: Implications of Gender and Sexual Orientation on Hiring Decisions, Salary Appointment, Agency, and Communality.
- Amy Rosenblum (defended Summer 2013). The Influence of Employment Status and Sex on Job Opportunities.
- Amy Quarton (defended Spring 2013). Work/Non-Work Practices and Employees’ Perceptions of Organizational Attractiveness: The Roles of Perceived Organizational Support, Work/Non-Work Interference, and Work/Non-Work Enrichment.
- Dana Maedge (defended Spring 2013). Attracting All Ages: Considering How Generational Differences Impact Organizational Attractiveness.
- Derrick Young (defended Spring 2013). The Effect of Interviewer’s Sex and Gender on Interviewee Anxiety and Performance.
- Sean Keating (defended Fall 2012). The importance of social support in reducing job stress.
- Ashley Decker (defended Spring 2012). Exit Interviews, Type of Interviewer, and Interviewee Self-Monitoring.
- Sarah Lofink (defended Fall 2012). The Relationship between Introversion-Extraversion and Burnout: Is Social Support a Mediator and is Emotional Intelligence a Moderator?
- Leslie Dishman (defended Fall 2011). Mentor Gender and its Effect on Negative Mentoring Experiences and Mentoring Outcomes.
- Joshua Wombacher (proposed Spring 2011). Online recruitment: Investigating the prevalence of unqualified applicants in applicant pools.