Eva Selenko is a Senior Lecturer at the HRM/OB group of Loughborough University Business School. She holds an MSc in Social and Organisational Psychology from the University of Groningen, NL, a doctorate in Psychology from the University of Graz and has recently gained Habilitation at the University of Linz (both: Austria). Prior to joining Loughborough in July 2016, Eva was a lecturer at the Institute of Work Psychology at the University of Sheffield.
Eva’s research interests centre on precarious employment situations and how these affect well-being, performance and non-work related behaviour. In her research she aims to apply psychological theories to the understanding of employment related issues.
Eva is a member of several national and international bodies (e.g. SIOP, EAWOP, the German DGPS, CIPD…) and also acts as associate editor for Applied Psychology: An International Review (ABS list ranked 3).