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Kathi Miner

Kathi Miner
Associate Professor
Areas of Speciality
  • Industrial/Organizational
  • Diversity Science
  • Psychology 286
Professional Links
Office Hours
Fall 2019/ None
Associate Professor

Research Interests

Diversity, inclusion, and respect in organizations
Workplace abuse and mistreatment
Gender, race, sexual orientation, parenting status, and other categories of difference in organizations
Occupational health
Cross-cultural investigations of workplace mistreatment
Power and status in organizations
How societal issues and events (e.g., national politics, natural disasters) affect employee relations
Physiological responses to workplace mistreatment
Work-life balance (especially trauma)
Women in STEM

Recent Publications

Miner, K. N., & Costa, P. L. (2018). Ambient workplace heterosexism: Implications for sexual minority and heterosexual employees. Stress & Health, 34(4), 563-572.

Miner, K. N., Diaz, I., Wooderson, R. L., McDonald, J., Smittick, A. L., & Lomeli, L. C. (2018). A workplace incivility roadmap: Identifying theoretical speedbumps and alternative routes for future research. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 28(3), 320-337.

Miner, K. N., Walker, J. M., Bergman, M. E., Jean, V., Carter-Sowell, A. R., January, S. C., Kaunas, C.(2018). From “her” problem to “our” problem: Using an individual lens vs. a social-structural lens to understand gender inequity in STEM. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, 11(2), 267-290.

Miner, K. N., Diaz, I., & Rinn, A. N. (2017). Incivility, psychological distress, and math self-concept among women and students of color in STEM. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering, 23(3), 211–230.