NICHOLAS J. HAYNESPsychology DepartmentFranklin College of Arts and SciencesUniversity of Georgia125 Baldwin St.Athens, GA [email protected](810) 841-0890EDUCATIONM.S., Industrial/Organizational PsychologyUniversity of Georgia, Athens, GAExpected 2019B.S., Psychology/Systems, summa cum laudeMay 2015Taylor University, Upland, INGPA: 3.94Completed 24 credits towards Human Resource Management and Management minorsAWARDS & HONORSGraduate Teaching Assistantship, University of Georgia2017Inducted into Psi Chi International Honor Society in Psychology2016Graduated summa cum laude, Taylor University2015Community Life Commendation for Leadership, Taylor University2011 – 2015Dean Scholarship, Taylor University2011 – 2015Dean’s List, Taylor University2011 – 2015F. William & Patricia Schwarz Scholarship, Community Foundation of St. Clair County2011RESEARCH EXPERIENCE(only large consulting projects specified)Principal InvestigatorMay – Jul. 2016Individual Supporter, New York, NYWrote the research contract, designed the study, recruited participants, developed surveys,collected and analyzed the data, and wrote a report on the topic of consumer switching behaviorData AnalystMar. – Apr. 2016Upwork, OnlineAnalyzed quantitative and qualitative data and created graphic visualizations for clientsEvaluation ConsultantJan. – Feb. 2016Equity and Intercultural Relations Committee, Elkhart Community SchoolsEvaluated a diversity and inclusion initiative through a qualitative analysis of open-endedinterview questions asked of 325 employees; wrote and presented a professional report

Research Assistant - RemoteSept. 2015 – Jan. 2016Assistant Professor, Department of Psychological Sciences, Purdue UniversityConducted literature reviews on unemployment and subjective well-being for a systematic reviewResearch ManagerMay 2014 – May 2015Psychology Department, Taylor UniversityManaged three interdisciplinary research projects and a team of 10 students; led successionplanning and leadership development through training future team leaders; oversaw all statisticalanalysis; automated a process performed 400 times per year, generating 800 in annual savingsPrincipal InvestigatorMay 2014 – May 2015Psychology Department, Taylor UniversityDesigned and conducted an exploratory study on professor-led motivational coaching and students’well-being; trained professors to use the coaching guide; led a team of research assistantsStatistical ConsultantDec. 2013Associate Professor, Chemistry Department, Taylor UniversityAnalyzed surveys containing both quantitative and qualitative questions taken by instructors ofhigh altitude balloon courses; wrote a comprehensive, 132-page professional report on the findingsQualitative Research ConsultantOct. 2013 – Jan. 2014Visiting Scholar, Harvard Law SchoolAnalyzed transcribed interviews and wrote a professional report for a Visiting Scholar studyingthe influence of religion on Ecuadorian citizens’ perception of governmental corruptionResearch Consultant InternJune – August 2013Psychology Department, Taylor UniversityDeveloped an annual report for the Psychology department; evaluated the effectiveness of a newcourse in the Kinesiology department; conducted statistical analysis for several projectsStatistical ConsultantFeb. – May 2013, 2014Kinesiology Senior Projects, Taylor UniversityVoluntarily consulted with students on which statistical tests to run, how to run them, and how tointerpret the results for their senior projects; listed as contributor on a few conference postersResearch AssistantApr. 2012 – May 2014Psychology Department, Taylor UniversityResearched the effects of motivational coaching on employee well-being; conducted literaturereviews; built datasets; collected, entered, screened, and analyzed data in SPSS; created reportsRESEARCH INTERESTSOccupational Health Psychology (e.g., workaholism, employee well-being, work–family interface)Organizational Culture, Climate, and DevelopmentCross-Cultural Issues

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCEResearch Associate InternSept. 2016 – Feb. 2017American Institutes for Research, Indianapolis, INPrepared data for analysis on a nationwide project examining the effects of mentoring on at-riskyouth; created SPSS syntax, codebooks, and datasets; screened and cleaned dataSoftware Quality Assurance EngineerJune – Aug. 2015Press Ganey Associates, South Bend, INDesigned, created, executed, and maintained test plans, cases, and scripts for software productsdeveloped by Press Ganey Associates, Inc in an Agile development environmentTECHNICAL SKILLSExperienced in parametric and nonparametric statistical analysis; knowledgeable in SPSS, SPSSsyntax, SQL, HTML, CSS, and Microsoft Office; basic knowledge of R Programming, SAS,Visual Basic, and Python; trained in systems analysis and project management techniquesPUBLICATIONSPfeifer, D. R., Arvin, K. M., Haynes, N. J., Herschberger, C. N., & Renfrow, M. S. (2017). Alow dose caffeine and carbohydrate supplement does not improve athletic performanceduring volleyball competition. International Journal of Exercise Science, 10(3), 340–353.Haynes, N. J., Jackson, A., Snyder, S. T., & Renfrow, M. S. (2016). Motivational interviewingbased wellness coaching improves holistic health in university employees. Manuscriptsubmitted for publication.POSTERS & PRESENTATIONS(not including posters listed as contributor)Haynes, N. J. (2015, Mar.). Changing your motivation: Comparing intrinsic and extrinsicmotivation. Presentation given at “Psyched Out!”, Upland, IN.Haynes, N. J., Bedinghaus, K. M., Clark, L., Fitzjarrald, K., Moore, A., Norris, J., Snyder, S.T. (2013, Nov.). The effects of motivational coaching for walking on holistic healthdevelopment. Poster session presented at the Midwest American College of SportsMedicine Conference, Merrillville, IN.Snyder, S. T., Norris, J., Haynes, N. J., Bedinghaus, K. M., Sjahfiedin, C., Renfrow, M. S., Fitzjarrald, K. (2013, Nov.). A comparison of direct and indirect motivational coaching onholistic health development. Poster session presented at the Midwest American College ofSports Medicine Conference, Merrillville, IN.Haynes, N. J., Bedinghaus, K. M., Norris, J., Snyder, S. T., Renfrow, M. S., & Pratt, B. R. (2013,

May). Impact of motivational coaching on holistic health. Poster session presented at theannual Taylor University Poster Session, Upland, IN.Bedinghaus, K. M., Haynes, N. J., Norris, J., Snyder, S. T., Renfrow, M. S., & Pratt, B. R. (2013,May). Comparison of direct and indirect motivational coaching on holistic health. Postersession presented at the annual Taylor University Poster Session, Upland, IN.TEACHING AND MENTORING EXPERIENCETutor, Math and StatisticsSept. 2015 – Feb. 2017Self-Employed, South Bend and Indianapolis, INTaught mathematical and statistical concepts to middle school, high school, and graduate studentsTutor, PsychologyFeb. – May 2016Self-Employed, Notre Dame, INTrained an academically struggling Notre Dame student in techniques for learning and retentionMentor, Applied Psychological StatisticsAug. – Dec. 2013, 2014Psychology Department, Taylor UniversityTaught students how to use SPSS and apply classroom learnings to a research projectTeaching Assistant, Introductory StatisticsFeb. 2012 – May 2013Mathematics Department, Taylor UniversityReviewed statistical concepts with 10-30 students before tests and oversaw labsUNIVERSITY SERVICEUnderclassmen Major AdvisorApr. 2015Taylor UniversityAdvised underclassmen interested in the psychology and/or systems programs; answered questionsabout the majors, how to get involved in major-related activities, and how to succeed in the majorVice President, Swing ClubAug. 2014 – May 2015Taylor UniversityEstablished the university’s first swing dance club along with the president; secured a facultysponsor; assisted with required documentation; coordinated meeting times and locationsFounder & Coordinator, “Psyched Out!”Feb. 2014 – May 2015Taylor UniversityCreated and coordinated a series of events aiming to make psychology practical to students’everyday lives; gave psychology students opportunities to present their research to their peersPresident, Psychology ClubMay 2013 – May 2015Taylor UniversityRefocused the vision, goals, and mission of the club; increased membership 5-fold; collaboratedwith campus organizations to develop mutually beneficial events; led service activities (e.g., trick-

or-treat for canned goods and Thanksgiving turkey delivery); created an annual Murder MysteryDinner fundraiser for the Alzheimer’s Association; started a Psi Chi chapter at Taylor UniversityPROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPSAmerican Psychological Association (APA)APA of Graduate Students (APAGS)APA Division 52: International PsychologyPsi Chi International Honor Society in PsychologySociety for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP)May 2016May 2016May 2016Feb. 2016Nov. 2012CERTIFICATIONS“Protection of Human Research Subjects”, Collaborative IRB Training InitiativeHonor Code Certificate for Introduction to R Programming, edX“Protecting Human Research Participants”, NIH Office of Extramural ResearchOct. 2016Dec. 2015Feb. 2012CROSS-CULTURAL EDUCATIONIncheon, South KoreaMar. – June 2017Taught English to a group of 12–15 international college students twice per weekBasque Region, SpainJan. 2014Studied abroad in the Basque Region of Spain for a condensed, one-month philosophy courseGreece & ItalyTraveled through Greece and Italy while taking a history and religion courseJan. 2013