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SIOP Foundation Awards

William A. Owens Scholarly Achievement Award
is an annual award given to the author(s) of the publication in a refereed journal deemed to have the greatest possibility to significantly impact the field of I-O psychology.  The publication must be relevant to I-O psychology and can appear in any journal as long as it is refereed.

1998 Avraham N. Kluger & Angelo S. DeNisi
1999 David Chan & Neal Schmitt
1999 Peter Dorfman, Jon Howell, Shozo Hibino, Jin Lee, Uday Tate, & Arnoldo Bautista
2000 Paul Tesluk & Rick Jacobs
2001 Timothy A. Judge, Chad A. Higgins, Carl J. Thoresen, & Murray R. Barrick
2002 E. Allan Lind, Jerald Greenberg, Kimberly S. Scott, & Thomas D. Welchans
2002 Elaine D. Pulakos, Sharon Arad, Michelle A. Donovan, & Kevin E. Plamondon
2003 Amy B. Conn, Katherine J. Klein, & Joann Speer Sorra
2004 Benjamin Schneider, Amy Nicole Salvaggio, & Montse Subirats
2005 Philip M. Podsakoff, Scott B. MacKenzie, Jeong-Yeon Lee, & Nathan Podsakoff
2006 Ruth Kanfer & Phillip L. Ackerman
2007 Joshua Sacco & Neal Scmitt
2008 David A. Harrison, Daniel A. Newman, and Philip L. Roth
2009 David A. Harrison & Katherine Klein
2010 Adam Grant
2011 J. Stuart Bunderson and Jeffrey A. Thompson; Glen Kreiner, Elaine Hollensbe, and Mathew Sheep
2012 Bruce L. Rich, Jeffrey A. LePine, and Eean R. Crawford
2013 Gilad Chen, Robert Ployhart, Helena Cooper-Thomas, Neil Anderson, and Paul Bliese

M. Scott Myers Award for Applied Research in the Workplace
is also an annual award given to a practitioner(s) who has developed and conducted/applied a specific project or product representing an outstanding practice of I-O psychology in the workplace.

1998 Frank L. Landy, James L. Farr, Edwin Fleishman, & Robert J. Vance
1999 Chris Hornick, Kathryn Fox, Ted Axton, Beverly Wyatt, & Therese Revitte
2000 HumRRO, PDRI, RGI, Caliber, & FAA
2001 Eduardo Salas, Janice A. Cannon-Bowers, Joan H. Johnston, Kimberly A. Smith-Jentsch, & Carol Paris
2002 Norman G. Peterson, Michael D. Mumford, Walter C. Borman, P. Richard Jeanneret, & Edwin A. Fleishman
2003 Award withheld
2004 Elaine Pulakos, Sharon Arad, Wally Borman, David Dorsey, Rose Mueller-Hanson, Neal Schmitt, & Susan White
2005 Robert J. House, Paul J. Hanges, Mansour Javidan, Peter Dorfman, Vipin Gupta, & Mary Sully de Luque
2006 Elizabeth B. Kolmstetter, Ann M. Quigley, Deborah Gebhardt, James C. Sharf, Todd Baker, and Joanna G. Lange
2007 David P. Baker, Eduardo Salas, Alexander Alonso, Rachel Day, Amy Holtzman, Laura Steighner, Catherine Porter, Heidi King, James Battles, and Paul Barach
2008 George Alliger, Winston Bennett, Charles Colegrove, Rebecca Beard, & Michael Garrity
2009 Eduardo Salas, Katherine Wilson, & Michael Rosen
2010 Walter C. Borman, Janis S. Houston, Tracy M. Kantrowitz, Richard A. McLellan, and Robert J. Schneider
2011 Kenneth P. Yusko, Harold W. Goldstein, Charles A. Scherbaum, and Paul J. Hanges
2012 Jeff W. Johnson, Kenneth T. Bruskiewicz, Jeffrey D. Facteau, Amy P. Yost, and Robert Driggers
2013 Kimberly Smith-Jentsch, Data Milanovich Costar, Stephanie Payne, Alicia Sanchez, Danielle Merket, Janis Cannon-Bowers, and Eduardo Salas

 John C. Flanagan Award for the Outstanding Student Contribution to the SIOP Conference
was created to recognize the best student poster at the SIOP conference.  To be considered for this award, the student must be the first author on the paper.

1993 Susan I. Bachman, Amy B. Gross, & Steffanie L. Wilk
1994 Lisa Finkelstein
1995 Joann Speer-Sorra
1996 Frederick L. Oswald & Jeff W. Johnson
1997 Syed Saad & Paul Sackett
1998 Frederick P. Morgeson & Michael A. Campion
1999 Chris Kubisiak, Mary Ann Hanson, & Daren Buck
2000 Kristen Horgen, Mary Ann Hanson, Walter Borman, & Chris Kubisiak
2001 Lisa M. Donahue, Donald Truxillo, & Lisa M. Finkelstein
2002 Remus Ilies, Timothy A. Judge, & Megan Werner
2003 Amy E. Colbert
2004 Christopher Berry & Ute-Christine Klehe
2005 Stacey Turner, Sarah Singletary, Jenessa Shapiro, Eden King, & Mikki Hebl
2006 Meagan M. Tunstall, Lisa M. Penney, Emily M. Hunter, & Evan L. Weinberger 
2007 Katherine Ely, Jordan M. Robbins, & Megan Noel Shaw
2008 Elizabeth Conjar & Dan Horn
2009 Mahima Saxena
2010 Ben Liberman
2011 Luye Chang 
2012 Justin Feeney
2013 B. Parker Ellen III and Jeremy D. Mackey

The Raymond A. Katzell Award in I-O Psychology

2009 Edward E. Lawler III
2011 Alice H. Eagly
2012 Piers Steel
2013 William C. Byham

Best Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgender (LGBT) Research Award

2007 Nancy Day and Patricia Green
2008 Frank D. Golom and Benjamin E. Liberman
2010 Brian Roote
2011 Phillip J. Lipka and Mary Anne Taylor
2012 Soner Dumani, Evgeniya Pavlova, and Zhiqing Zhou
2013 Alex P. Lindsey, Noah Levine, Eden King, and Michelle Hebl

Wiley Award for Excellence in Survey Research

2012 The Google Team made up of Bailey O'Donnell, Brian Welle, Heidi Binder, Jeffrey Ehrenberg, Jennifer Kurkoski, Judith Hoban, Kathryn Dekas, Katie Bentley, Leena Khan, Michelle Donovan, Neal Patel, Nicole Nussbaumer, Prasad Setty, and Sarah Choi
2013 Zhen Zhang

Hogan Award for Personality and Work Performance

This award acknowledges research that furthers the understanding of personality as it relates to job performance. The award will recognize the best paper on personality and job performance, published or unpublished, from the previous year.

2012 Brian S. Connelly and Deniz M. Ones
2013 In-Sue Oh, Gang Wang, and Michael K. Mount

The Jeanneret Award for Excellence in the study of Individual or Group Assessment

2013 This year SIOP split the Jeanneret Award between two exemplary teams:
   • Jinyan Fan, Dingguo Gao, Sarah A. Carroll, Felix (Jamie) Lopez, T. SIva Tian, and Hui Meng
   • Jill Ellingston, Eric Heggestad, and Erin E. Makarius

The Leslie W. Joyce and Paul W. Thayer Graduate Fellowship

2007 Laurie Wasko
2008 Ari Malka
2009 Sallie Weaver
2010 Gary Giumetti
2011 Marissa L. Shuffler
2013 Mary Jane Sierra

Sidney A. Fine Grant for Research on Job Analysis

This was established in 2001.  This award is given to a researcher(s) whose work will further the usefulness of analytic strategies to study the basic components of jobs. This award is not given every year.

2002 Todd J. Maurer
2007 Kevin Fox & Patrick Maloney
2012 Lori Foster Thompson and Alexander Gloss

The Douglas W. Bray and Ann Howard Award

This award was established in 2003.  It was designed to support research on assessment center methods as well as research into the development of managers and leaders.  This award is not given every year.

2005 Deborah Rupp, Alyssa Mitchell Gibbons, Sang E. Woo, Myungjoon Kim, & Lori Anderson Snyder
2007 Filip Lievens
2011 Brian J. Hoffman and Sean P. Baldwin
2013 Brett Guidry, Deborah Rupp, and Martin Lanik

Small Grant Recipients

2002 Jennifer Z. Carr & S. David Kriska
2002 Frederick L. Oswald, Patrick D. Converse, Michael A. Gillespie, Kevin A. Field, Elizabeth B. Bizot, Bill Tirre, & Peg Hendershot
2003 Jeffrey Stanton, Paul Mastrangelo, Kathryn Stam, & Slawomir Marcinkowski
2004 Steffanie Wilk & Nancy Rothbard, Michael Horvath, Sandy J. Wayne & Monica Gavino
2005 Ashley M. Guidroz, Jennifer Z. Gillespie, & Elizabeth Reed; Sheng (Monica) Wang; Robert Ployhart, Jeff Weekley, & Filip Lievens
2006 Ann H. Huffman, Ashlee Jenson, & Sartoris S. YoungcourtDavid M. LaHuis & John M. Avis; Sally A. Carless, Paul J. Taylor, Elizabeth Allworth, & Dave Bartram 
2007 Tracy Rizzuto & Julio Silva; Eva DeRous & Ann Marie Ryan; Aaron Schmidt, Michael Gillespie, & Linsey Korba; Jinyan Fan & Felix Lopez
2008 Lisa Finkelstein, Kurt Kraiger, & Jerry Wittmer; Nathan Bowling, Jeffrey Labrador, & John McKee
2009 Deniz Ones, Stephan Dilchert, & Andrew Biga; Gary Burns, Lindsey Kotrba, & Ryan Smerek; Eliza Wicher, Laura Byars, Pamela Koseck, & Victoria Jones
2010 Dan Ispas, Alexandra Ilie, Russell E. Johnson & Dragos Iliescu; Eva Derous, Annemarie M. F. Hiemstra, & Marise Ph. Born; Autumn D. Krauss, Donald M. Truxillo, & Talya N. Bauer: Michael A. Daniels, Jennifer Gillespie, Cheryl J. Conley, Lynn Ritter, & Salli J. Bollin
2011 Ann Marie Ryan, James Grand, Juliya Golubovich, Matthew Reeder, Dave Bartram, and Ilke Inceoglu; Hao Wu, Christiane Spitzmueller, and Randy Poulter; Filip Lievens
2012 Masakatsu Ono , Cynthia L. Sherman, Emi Makino; Alyssa McGonagle, Joy Beatty; Helen Hailin Zhao, M. Susan Taylor, Cynthia Lee; Thomas A. O'Neill, Rhys Lewis
2013 KiYoung Lee, Michelle K. Duffy, and Young-chan Kim; Elizabeth M. Boyd, Kristen M. Shockley, and Whitney Woods; Emily Hunter, Malissa Clark, Dawn Carlson, and Cherise Bridgwater

Graduate Student Scholarship Award

2004 Lori Anderson Snyder; Lisa Roberts; Craig Wallace
2005 Erin Richard; Abbie Shipp; Laurel McNall
2006 Adam Grant (Lee Hakel Award); Tracy Lambert; Anuradha Ramesh
2007 Lisa Leslie (Lee Hakel Award); Bret Bradley (Mary Tenopyr Award); Juan Madera; Marissa Edwards
2008 Liu-Qin Yang (Lee Hakel Award); Sonia Ghuman; Whitney Botsford
2009 Kelly Schwind Wilson (Lee Hakel Award); Deborah K. Ford, Emily Johnson
2010 Smriti Anand (Lee Hakel Award); Kristen M. Shockley (Mary Tenopyr Award); Bethany Bynum; Christopher D. Nye
2011 Payal N. Sharma (Lee Hakel Award); Eugene Kim; Amy DuVernet
2012 Neil A. Morelli (Lee Hakel Award); Kristin R. Sanderson (Mary Tenopyr Award)
2013 Ryan C. Johnson (Lee Hakel Award); Alissa Parr (George C. Thornton III Award); Angela Passarelli and Katrina A. Piccone

 

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