Doctoral Consortium $95
We welcome late-stage doctoral students to the 2023 Lee Hakel Doctoral Consortium!
This year’s consortium will be held fully in-person on Wednesday, April 19, at the 2023 SIOP Annual Conference in Boston, Massachusetts. We are excited to offer the sessions below. We hope to see you there!
To attend the Doctoral Consortium, students must be nominated by their program director (or department chair, if there is not a program director). Qualified students must have passed comprehensive exams (or their program’s equivalent) to be eligible to attend.
Once you have secured your nomination, please complete this form and, once we confirm with your faculty member, you will be directed to register for the consortium. We will prioritize admitting each program’s first nominee and will invite additional students from the waitlist in March, space permitting. The deadline to register for the Consortium is March 15.
Schedule (all times Eastern)
All-Consortium Kickoff and Introductions (refreshments will be provided)
Navigating the Dissertation Process, with Yi-Ren Wang (Asia School of Business Malaysia) and Charlene Zhang (Amazon)
11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
- Navigating the Job Market – Academic Panel, with Mark Ehrhart (University of Central Florida), Keaton Fletcher (Georgia Institute of Technology), Anna Gödöllei (Baruch College & The Graduate Center, CUNY), and Michael Wilmot (University of Arkansas)
- Navigating the Job Market – Practitioner Panel, with John Capman (Amazon), Desmond Leung (SHL), Toni Locklear (APTMetrics), and Leah Tecle (Walmart
Productivity & Well-Being Roundtables, with Bo Zhang (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign), Marcus Dickson (Wayne State University), Erin Eatough-Cooley (BetterUp), Matt Howard (University of South Alabama), Elliott Larson (Siena Consulting), Victoria Mattingly (Mattingly Solutions), Marino Mugayar-Baldocchi (McKinsey), Enrica Ruggs (University of Houston), Isaac Sabat (Texas A&M University), and Evan Sinar (Amazon)
Peer Review Bootcamp (led by the Journal of Applied Psychology), with Wendy Casper (University of Texas, Arlington), Lillian Eby (University of Georgia), Bryan Edwards (Oklahoma State University), Allison Gabriel (University of Arizona), Alicia Grandey (Penn State University), Jasmine Hu (The Ohio State University), Jenny Hoobler (University of Lisbon, Portugal), Jonas Lang (Ghent University), Scott Morris (Illinois Institute of Technology), Fred Oswald (Rice University), Christopher Porter (Indiana University), and Kristen Shockley (University of Georgia)
Please do not hesitate to contact the Doctoral Consortium chairs with any questions!
Dr. Manuel Gonzalez (email@example.com) and Dr. I-Heng (Ray) Wu (firstname.lastname@example.org)