Students Are the Future of I-O Psychology
- If you are an undergraduate or graduate student with an interest in industrial-organizational psychology, you can become a SIOP Student Affiliate member (even if you are not in an I-O program). We have much to offer our Student Affiliates!
- The benefits of membership can be found here, and the criteria and application are avilable at http://www.siop.org/joinsiop.aspx. If you have questions about Student Affiliate status in SIOP, please contact Tracy Vanneman, Membership Services Manager, at email@example.com.
Resources for Students
Announcements for Students
Looking for an I-O psychologist to interview for a class project? The SIOP Media Resources database is the tool you need!
TIP-TOPics Call for Graduate Student Columnist(s)
TIP-TOPics is a graduate student editorial column published in The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist (TIP) on a quarterly basis. The column provides information and advice relevant to SIOP’s student membership and has historically been very popular.
The editorial columnist(s) can be an individual or group, and the groups may be made up of students from the same school or different schools; however, you must be current Student Affiliates of SIOP in good standing. The TIP-TOPics columnist(s) will have a 2-year tenure beginning with the October 2013 issue and ending with the July 2015 issue. Columnists must be graduate students throughout this timeframe, thus all prospective columnists should be at least 2 years from graduation. Columns are approximately 2,000 words, due four times a year (August 15, November 15, February 15, and May 15), and written according to APA guidelines.
Statement of interest and one letter of recommendation (from a faculty member who is familiar with the work of the potential columnist/s) should be sent via e-mail to Morrie Mullins (firstname.lastname@example.org) by July 11, 2013. The statement of interest should at a minimum address the following: (a) all potential columnist names and school affiliation and (b) how you will approach the content, style, and structure of the column, including a few potential column topics.