Adrienne M. Bauer and Laura L. Koppes
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Todd J. Maurer, professor of management at Georgia State University, was recently awarded the Outstanding Human Resource Development (HRD) Scholar Award 2003 presented by the Academy of Human Resource Development (AHRD description: Awarded to an outstanding human resource development scholar that has demonstrated a continuing record of scholarly productivity and influence in the profession.)
Personnel Psychology has again been named a winner of Emerald Management Reviews Golden Awards for Research Implications and for Originality in the category of Human Resource Management, the third time for receiving the award (1998, 2003, 2004). There are six awards possible in the category of Human Resource Management, and
Personnel Psychology won two of them. More details are at http://www.emeraldinsight.com/reviews/awards/golden.htm.
The American Psychological Foundation Board of Trustees has awarded Dr. Karl E. Weick
of the University of Michigan Business School in Ann Arbor, Michigan, the $5,000 Harry and Miriam Levinson Award for Exceptional Contributions to Consulting Organizational Psychology.
Transitions, Appointments, and New Affiliations
Herman Aguinis has been appointed editor-in-chief for the journal
Organizational Research Methods (ORM). ORM is sponsored by the Academy of Management (Research Methods Division) and published quarterly by Sage. A recent survey including SIOP members ranked
ORM in the top-10 category for scholarly journals (Zickar & Highhouse, 2001;
The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist). Dr. Aguinis will serve as incoming editor starting July 2004 and will begin a 3-year term as editor-in-chief in January 2005.
Dale Glaser has transitioned to private practice in San Diego, California. Glaser Consulting will provide services in the following areas: (a) measurement/methodology; (b) statistical and qualitative analysis; (c) organizational assessment/program evaluation; and (d) survey research.
Miguel A. Quinones has joined the faculty of the Management and Policy Department at the Eller College of Business and Public Administration at the University of Arizona.
Arlene Green has joined PepsiCos Frito-Lay division as manager, Organizational Capability. Arlene will be responsible for front-line selection and organizational surveys for the Frito-Lay division. She will be working with
David Oliver, who is also with the Organizational Capability team.
Allan Church was recently promoted to vice president of Organization and Management Development at PepsiCo. He now has responsibility for the core People Processes for the corporate division, as well as continuing to shape the cross-divisional OMD agenda.
Amy-Nicole Salvaggio from the University of Maryland has taken a tenure-track position in the I-O program at the University of Tulsa. She has held a visiting position there for the last year.
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