PhD, Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Michigan State University, 2006
MA, Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Michigan State University, 2004
BS, Psychology, The Ohio State University, 2001
Jaclyn Jensen's research interests include employee mistreatment, counterproductive work behavior, workplace harassment, and the effects of stress and organizational justice on employee attitudes and behavior. Her applied research often is based on surveys and observations of employees in relation to career performance, job attitudes, turnover and other workplace issues.
She teaches courses at the undergraduate, master's and doctoral levels on management, human resources, organizational behavior and research methods. She was the winner of the 2016 DePaul University Quality of Instruction Council Excellence in Teaching Award. Her work has been published in the Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Management, and Group and Organization Management, among other journals. She serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Business and Psychology and Journal of Organizational Behavior. Jensen has presented her findings at numerous conferences hosted by the Academy of Management, the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology and other organizations.
Prior to joining DePaul's business faculty in 2012, Jensen taught management for six years at The George Washington University, where she won the School of Business Teaching Excellence Award and was nominated for the School of Business Peter Vaill Outstanding Doctoral Educator Award.