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Anaheim Conference Highlights Scott Tonidandel Program Chair Eden King Conference Chair Here are some not-to-be missed highlights from the SIOP 2016 conference! (Please see the January 2016 issue of TIP and the online program for more comprehensive descriptions.) Wednesday Preregister for the excellent set of pre- conference activities—including infor- mative and inspirational workshops and consortia. All are welcome to join us in celebrating the start of the conference at the welcome reception from 6–8 pm on the beautiful, sunny patio of the Hilton Anaheim. Thursday Opening Plenary: Get the day off to a great start by attending the opening plenary session. We’ll cheer for award winners and learn about ways that I-O psychologists are making an impact from President Steve Kozlowski. The conference program gets off to a rousing start with the day-long Theme Track, “Enhancing Impact: A Multilevel Approach” in Room 204C, and two distin- guished awards presentations (M. Scott Myers Award and Early Career Contribu- The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist tions to Science). In addition, you will find an executive board special session on the Revised Guidelines for Education at the Master’s and Doctoral Level and an invited session on the role of I-Os in mergers and acquisitions. 6:00: Thursday Evening Reception: Enjoy hors d’oeuvres and network with the top poster winners! Friday Friday’s many highlights include six Friday Seminars (Person-Centered Analyses, The Benefits (and Costs) of Giving Your Em- ployees Voice, Careless Survey Respond- ing, Effective Organizational Socialization and Onboarding, Big Data Predictive Ana- lytics: A Hands-On Workshop Using R, In- tegrating the Science of Employee Health, Well-Being, and Safety Into I-O Psychology Practice) and three distinguished contri- butions award (Professional, Teaching, and Early Career-Practice). The day also offers three Executive Board session (Un- derstanding and Supporting the Needs of Those Who Practice I-O, How to Advocate for I-O and Unlock Federal Funding Op- portunities, and a Conversation with SIOP Leadership). Last, you won’t to miss the Master Collaboration Session on “Orga- 139