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Members in the Media

Barb Ruland

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More people are becoming aware of I-O psychology’s relevance and business benefits. Many SIOP members are helping raise the profession’s visibility, and these are the media mentions we found from November 27, 2017 through January 31, 2018.

We scan the media on a regular basis but don’t catch everything.  So, please feel free to send us your media mentions. We amplify them on social media and share them in this column. Use the column to look for project collaborators, spark ideas for research programs, and keep up with your colleagues.

I-O Practice Events at the Chicago SIOP Conference and 2018 LEC

Rob Silzer, William Shepherd, Lynn Collins, Mark Morris, and Ben Porr

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Your fellow SIOP members have been working very hard to provide numerous SIOP conference programs, courses, and events for I-O practitioners. They have been designing and delivering programs that focus on meeting the needs of SIOP practitioners.

Below are practitioner events that are available to you at the SIOP Conference in Chicago in April and at the Leading Edge Consortium in Baltimore in October. We encourage you to take a close look at them and participate in them. Please forward this information to other members in your professional network who might be interested.

SIOP 2018–Chicago Conference Highlights

Tracy Kantrowitz, Program Chair; and Daisy Chang, Conference Chair

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The SIOP 2018 conference is almost here! This year’s conference includes many new opportunities for learning and networking. Here is your guide to the highlights in Chicago! For additional detail on sessions and speakers, see the Conference Program article in the January 2018 TIP or use SIOP’s searchable program.

I-O Graduate Programs Rankings Based on Student Perceptions

Jenna-Lyn R. Roman, Baruch College, CUNY; Christina N. Barnett, University of South Florida; and Erin M. Eatough, Baruch College & The Graduate Center, CUNY

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Graduate program rankings occur within the industrial-organizational psychology community on a frequent basis. These rankings are calculated in a myriad of ways: research productivity of faculty (Levine, 1990; Winter, Healey, & Svyantek, 1995), number of faculty serving on editorial boards (Jones & Klimoski, 1991), number of student conference presentations (Payne, Succa, Maxey, & Bolton, 2001; Surette, 1989, 2002), expert opinions such as U.S. News and World Reports (1995; 2001), and finally - student perceptions (Kraiger & Abalos, 2004). Although all of the aforementioned methods provide valuable information to both incoming students and current faculty alike, we suggest that student perceptions provide a unique insight that can add value to the ranking of graduate programs, particularly for prospective I-O graduate students.



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