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New SIOP Fellows for 2001

Jeanette N. Cleveland
The Pennsylvania State University 

The Fellowship Committee is pleased to announce that based on its recommendations, the SIOP Executive Committee has elected the 11 persons listed below as Society Fellows in 2001. These 11 new Fellows are pictured below, with a brief description of their contribution to the field and the profession. We congratulate the new Fellows!

Neil R. Anderson

Dr. Anderson (Professor, Goldsmiths College, UK) is awarded Fellowship for his outstanding international contributions to personnel recruitment and selection and individual assessment procedures as they relate to selection decision making. He has also been a major figure in work psychology within the UK and Europe.

Bruce J. Avolio

Dr. Avolio (Professor, Binghamton University) is awarded Fellowship for his outstanding contributions in the areas of leadership, team development, and age and work performance. His work has had a significant, international influence on both the research and practice of leadership.

Fred E. Dansereau

Dr. Dansereau (Professor, State University of New York, Buffalo) is awarded Fellowship for his significant and programmatic research on leadership theory, specifically, vertical dyadic linkage theory, and his theoretical and methodological contributions concerning multiple levels of analysis.

Harrison G. Gough

Dr. Gough (Retired, University of CaliforniaBerkeley) is awarded Fellowship for his outstanding contributions in applied psychology, specifically, normal personality measurement. One instrument, the California Psychological Inventory, has been translated into more than 40 languages and is one of the best constructed and most thoroughly validated measures of normal personality.

Marilyn Koch Gowing

Dr. Gowing (Vice President of Public Sector Consulting and Services, Assessment Solutions, Inc.) is awarded Fellowship for her excellence in applying the scientist-practitioner model to the transformation of a bureaucratic research organization to a state-of-the-art, reengineered center. Further, she has written in areas of downsizing, restructuring, and revitalization.

A. Catherine Higgs

Dr. Higgs (Executive Research Director, Allstate Insurance Company) is awarded Fellowship for service to SIOP and the profession of I-O psychology in terms of continued excellence in service to SIOP committees and leadership in the development and implementation of leading HR practices, especially in the use of surveys in strategic decisions.

Ellen Ernst Kossek

Dr. Kossek (Professor, Michigan State University) is awarded Fellowship for her outstanding contributions in worklife research. She is a leader in understanding how workfamily policies affect employees, specifically, the relationship between organizational policies and caregiving decisions.

Rodney L. Lowman

Dr. Lowman (Professor, Alliant University) is awarded Fellowship for his leadership in enhancing awareness of ethical issues in research and practice, his successful integration of clinical and industrial and organizational psychology practice, and his service to SIOP and APA.

Deniz S. Ones

Dr. Ones (Associate Professor, University of Minnesota) is awarded Fellowship for her outstanding contributions in two substantive areas: personality measurement and integrity testing for personnel selection and job performance measurement. She has published often using meta-analyses to address research questions and applying meta-analysis to assess the validity and generalizability of GREs.

Robert P. Vecchio

Dr. Vecchio (Professor, University of Notre Dame) is awarded Fellowship for his outstanding contribution in several areas including leadership and supervision, employee motivation, individual and relational differences, and negative emotion in the workplace.

Chockalingam Viswesvaran

Dr. Viswesvaran (Associate Professor, Florida International University) is awarded Fellowship for his outstanding contribution in two substantive areas: personality measurement and integrity testing for personnel selection and job performance measurement. He often uses meta-analyses to address research questions and has conducted research on the application of psychology to improving the quality of work life and promoting the safety, health, and well-being of workers.

                 

       

                                     

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