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17th Annual Industrial-Organizational
Psychology Doctoral Consortium

Donna Chrobot-Mason
University of Colorado at Denver

 Charlotte Gerstner
PDI
 

Thursday, April 11th, 2002 marks the day of the Seventeenth Annual Industrial-Organizational Psychology Doctoral Consortium to be held at the Hilton Toronto, across the street from the SIOP Conference hotel. The consortium is intended to provide an educational forum where presenters and students can discuss topics of mutual interest. Sessions are kept small to encourage lively discussion. There is also informal time built into the day to allow interaction among students and presenters.

Each doctoral program will receive registration materials for the consortium in January 2002. Enrollment is limited to one student per program up to a maximum of 40 participants. We encourage you to nominate students as soon as you receive the registration materials because students are enrolled in the order that applications are received.

The consortium is designed for upper-level students close to the completion of their doctoral degree. Most participants will be graduate students in I-O psychology or HR/OB who are currently working on their dissertations. Preference will be given to nominees who meet these criteria and have not attended previous consortia.

We have assembled a diverse and renowned group of academicians and practitioners who have focused their presentations around topics and issues students will soon face in their own careers. The schedule of activities will be as follows:

Thursday April 11, 2002

8:309:00 am

Registration and Breakfast

9:009:30 am Welcome and Mixer
9:3010:15 am

 Breakfast Speaker

William Macey, SIOP president, Personnel Research Associates, Inc.
Lessons Learned From the Application of Technology to I-O Psychology
10:1510:30 am Break
10:3011:30 am

Concurrent Morning Sessions

Session A: Cindy McCauley, Center for Creative Leadership
Leadership Development in Organizations: The Strengths and Limitations of I-O Psychology
Session B: Allan Church, PepsiCo, and Janine Waclawski, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Inc.
Organization Development: Data-Driven Change from the Inside and Out
11:3012:30 pm

Lunch

12:301:15 pm Lunch Speaker
Eduardo Salas, University of Central Florida
Having Fun Practicing Science: Top Ten List
1:151:30 pm Break
1:152:15 pm Round Table Discussions
Cindy McCauley, Center for Creative Leadership
The I-O Psychologist as Manager: Choices and Trade-offs

William Macey, Personnel Research Associates, Inc.
Developing and Maintaining Professional Skills in the Consulting Environment

Eduardo Salas, University of Central Florida
Having Fun Getting and Maintaining Research Grants/Contracts: Another Top Ten List

Jose Cortina, George Mason University
Captivating and Effective Teaching

Jeanette Cleveland, Pennsylvania State University
Navigating Multiple Identities: Spouse, Parent, and I-O Psychologist

Lois Tetrick, University of Houston
The Publication ProcessPerspectives from an Author, Reviewer and Action Editor

Allan Church, PepsiCo, and Janine Waclawski, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Inc.
Straddling the LineChallenges and Tips for Having Both a Practitioner Side (consulting, internal) and an Academic Side (publishing, adjunct teaching, conferences, books, etc.)
2:302:45 pm Break
2:453:45 pm Concurrent Afternoon Sessions
Session C:  

Jeanette Cleveland, Pennsylvania State University
What is Success and Who Defines it? Diverse Perspectives on the Criterion Problem

Session D: Jose Cortina, George Mason University
Surviving and Thriving as an Assistant Professor
3:454:30 pm Closing Session

 

We wish to express our deepest appreciation and thanks to all of the presenters who have graciously agreed to participate in the consortium. It is through their time and effort that we can continue to offer an outstanding program to graduate students. If you need additional information, contact Donna Chrobot-Mason at (303) 556-8566 or dchrobot@carbon.cudenver.edu or Charlotte Gerstner at (212) 692-3325 or Charlotte.Gerstner@personneldecisions.com.

 

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