Nathan Iverson, M.A.
Program Director, Industrial-Organizational Psychology Assistant Professor of Psychology
Office Phone: (951) 343-4437 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Office Location: James Building, Room 186 Office Hours:
|M.A.||Industrial-Organizational Psychology||Seattle Pacific University||2014|
|B.A.||Psychology||Trinity Lutheran College||2012|
|A.A.||Christian Leadership and Biblical Studies||Canadian Lutheran Bible Institute||2010|
PSY443 Social Psychology
BEH385 Research Methods
PSY388 Industrial-Organizational Psychology
IOP 503 Leadership Development and Change Management
IOP533 Job Analyses & Performance Appraisal
Academic Areas & Scholarly Interests
Trinity Lutheran College
Canadian Lutheran Bible Institute: Cross-cultural training
Research, Presentations, & Publications
Iverson, N. (2017). Facilitator for MSC 211: Intercultural Communication, Canadian Lutheran Bible Institute, Camrose, Alberta, Canada.
Iverson, N. (2016). Career development practices: A global comparison. Journal of the National Institute for Career and Education Counselling.
Iverson, N. (2016). Speaker at Annual Leadership Development Conference: Immanuel University, Hyderabad, India.
Iverson, N. (2015). Facilitator for MSC 211: Intercultural Communication, Canadian Lutheran Bible Institute, Camrose, Alberta, Canada.
Iverson, N. (2015). Discovering your strengths when disaster strikes. Lecturer at Big West Rotaract Convention, Seattle University, Seattle, WA
Iverson, N. (2014). Leading with personal and team strengths. Lecturer at Seattle Pacific Rotaract, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, WA
Iverson, N., Blackshire, A. & Bullock, B. Virtual teams. Retrieved from http://www.scontrino-powell.com/2013/virtual-teams/
Iverson, N. (2012). Lecturer in PSYC 350: Group Processes, Trinity Lutheran College, Everett, WA
Iverson, N. (2011). The Craft of Research: Drafting your Report. Guest lecturer in PSYC 498: Capstone, Trinity Lutheran College, Everett, WA.
Iverson, N. (2011). Family Communication and Conflict. Guest lecturer in Conflict Management: PSYC 450, Trinity Lutheran College, Everett, WA
Church Membership & Activities
Lutheran Brethren, Assembly of God, and Free-Methodist Church background worshiping at Sandals Church.
Community Service & Involvement
International Student Ministries
August 2016 to present
August 2016 to present
Center for Leadership Research and Development September 2013 to June 2016
Member, Volunteer, Professional Coach
• Coached 12 students through their professional development in India
Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology November 2011 to present
Electronic Communications Committee
Union Gospel Mission January 2013 to June 2016
Children and Youth Reach-Out Volunteer
• Therapeutic play with homeless children
• Mentoring and basketball with at-risk youth
Seattle Pacific Rotaract September 2013 to June 2016
Public Relations Chair
Ballard Kids Volunteer
February 2013 to June 2016
• Small group leader, coordinator, and mentor
• Children’s Church program facilitator
North Seattle Boys and Girls Club Winter 2014
Head Boys Basketball Coach
Minneapolis Park and Recreation September 2010-May 2011
Urban Children’s Cooking Instructor
• Instructed 8 Somalian Children in basic cooking skills
Children’s Ministry Team Leader September 2008-May 2010
Louis Bull Church, Hobbema Indian Reserve
• Served local church in facilitating games, serving meals, caring for children
• Encouraged, developed, and motivated 4 other volunteers as team leader
Mongolia IMPACT Team January 2010
Language Instructor, Logistics Coordinator
• Instructed 6 Mongolian students in English
• Guest speaker at Canada/USA Culture Night
Interests & Hobbies
My philosophy of education is grounded in God’s great heart of potential for people. Through relationships and the science of psychology the Lord has been pursuing me. His pursuit has brought me to discover him through challenging experiences redeemed by discoveries in science and education. I am passionate about bridging the dialogue between faith and science and equipping students to discover their best professional selves.