Greg Hurtz, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Psychology at California State University, Sacramento with a background in industrial/organizational psychology, psychometrics, and statistical methods. He has been on the faculty at Sacramento State for 10 years regularly teaching a graduate seminar in industrial psychology, an undergraduate course in psychological testing, and various courses in research methods and statistics at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. He has maintained an active research program and has chaired over 20 master's theses and supervised many other student projects, mostly within the areas of industrial and quantitative psychology. Prior to Sacramento State, he worked for two years as a full time measurement statistician at Excelsior College, and prior to that he held several internship-level positions in industrial psychology and psychometrics while completing his master's and doctorate degrees. A listing of his research publications and presentations can be viewed by clicking the "Recent Research" link above.
In addition to his current work as a university professor, Dr. Hurtz provides expert consulting to State agencies and independent consulting firms in the areas of industrial psychology, occupational/employment test development, and statistical and psychometric analysis. Wherever possible, he includes his graduate students and undergraduate research assistants in this work or in related research at Sacramento State that informs and supports his consulting work. His e-mail contact regarding such professional opportunities is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current Graduate Students:
J.R. Carroll, Daniella Echeveste, Matt Steinwert
Current Undergraduate Research Assistants:
Sam Brinkley, Romi Lal