Career Study of People with Advanced Degrees in I-O Psychology
May 16, 2014, Room 318A, 7:30 - 8:30 am
Chair: Mike Trusty
Presenters: Dennis Doverspike, Alexandra Zelin, Margarita Lider, Gary Carter, Tracy Kantrowitz
Abstract: This study employed interviews with practitioners working in academia, consulting, industry, and government. We identified career paths in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and the critical experiences that define success and lead to advancement within each practice area. Final steps include validating this qualitative work and reporting the results to SIOP stakeholders.
SIOP-SHRM Science of HR Series: Promoting I-O Psychology to HR
May 16, 2014, Room 318A, 2:30 - 3:30 pm
Chair: Mark Schmit
Presenters: James Kurtessis, David Morgan, Kayo Sady
Abstract: Presenters from the Professional Practice Committee will review the SIOP-SHRM Science of HR Series and discuss current projects designed to increase the visibility of I-O research and practice to the SHRM community. Discussion will include how SIOP and SHRM can continue to collaborate to promote evidence-based HR practices.
Broadening our Sphere of Influence: Exemplars of Science Advocacy
May 17, 2014, Room 318B, 2:00 - 3:00 pm
Co-Chairs: Rustin Meyer and Stephen Stark
Presenters: Tammy Allen, Leslie DeChurch, Lillian Eby, Leslie Hammer, Steve Kozlowski, Quinetta Roberson
Abstract: SIOP strives to empower its members to engage in Science Advocacy by communicating with public policy makers, organizational decision makers, granting agencies, the media, and lay audiences. The purpose of this panel is to learn from those who have been particularly successful advocates for our science.
Crucial Developments in the Licensure of I-O Psychologists
May 16, 2014, 8:30 - 9:30 am
Chair: Mark Nagy
Presenter: Don Crowder
Abstract: This session will feature Dr. Don Crowder, the ASPPB liaison to SIOP, speaking about ASPPB and its involvement in the licensing of I-O psychologists, discussing a recently formed task force on licensing issues for I-O psychologists, and updating members on the recent International Congress of Licensure, Certification, and Credentialing meeting.
SIOP Living History Series: An Interview with Edward Lawler
May 17, 2014, Room 309, 9:30 - 10:30 am
Chair: Kevin Mahoney
Presenter: Edward Lawler
Abstract: The SIOP Living History Series is a series of interviews of influential individuals in the history of I-O Psychology conducted at each SIOP conference. This year, the SIOP Historian will interview Edward E. Lawler III, who has made many contributions to the field of I-O as both an academic and practitioner, perhaps most notably in the field of Compensation.
A Conversation with SIOP Leadership
May 16, 2014, Room 309, 9:30 - 10:30 am
Hosts: Tammy Allen, Doug Reynolds, Jose Cortina
Abstract: Come meet with SIOP leaders to discuss the latest updates on SIOP’s strategic initiatives as well as get answers to your questions about SIOP activities. Topics will include SIOP’s science advocacy efforts including work with Lewis-Burke, branding, and member services.