member of graduate faculty
Office: 163 Centennial Science Hall
Texas A&M University, PhD (2000)
Texas A&M University, MS
University of Southwestern Louisiana, BS
Travis is an industrial/organizational (I/O) psychologist who teaches General Psychology, Psychological Measurement, I/O Psychology, and Research Methods.
He is an active researcher, conducting collaborative research with students and publishing regularly. Travis has presented invited addresses at such locations as the Minnesota Science Museum and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Travis also provides I/O consulting services to public- and private-sector organizations.
In 2013, Travis received the Paul B. and Robert Dykstra Faculty Excellence Award, the UWRF College of Arts and Sciences Outstanding Adviser Award, and the Larry Testa Partnership Award for contributions to UWRF Residence Life. In previous years, Travis has been honored as the UWRF Outstanding Adviser (2009), a Compass Award winner for contributions to first-year students (2009), the UWRF Distinguished Teacher (2008), a UWRF College of Arts and Sciences Outstanding Teacher (2008), Outstanding Mentor for the UWRF McNair Scholars Program (2006), and an Outstanding Scholar in the UWRF College of Arts and Sciences (2005).