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SIOP Anaheim 2016: A Welcome From Your Conference Chair April 14-16 (Preconference Activities April 13) Eden King George Mason University SIOP 2016 is just a few short months away—California here we come! Take advantage of this annual opportunity to learn, network, and engage with all that is I-O. Here is what you need to know: Book your hotel room at the Hilton Ana- heim! This sun-sparkling hotel is located steps away from the bright, spacious, and modern Anaheim Convention Center where the scholarly program will take place. Bars and restaurants featuring California wines, craft beers, and fresh cuisines, as well as family-friendly Disney options, are also within walking distance. Plan your travel! Anaheim can be ac- cessed through four different airports: SNA, LGB, LAX, and ONT! SIOP has also organized a discount for airport shuttle users to make travel to the hotel as easy as possible. Register for the conference! A few quick mouse clicks now will ensure that you get our best rate. Utilize preconference activities! There are a number of fantastic preconference development opportunities that will maxi- mize your conference experience. Workshops. Emily Solberg’s team has paired all-star, engaging, expert present- ers with 10 cutting-edge topics. You will 148 be amazed by how much you can learn in a single day! This is the premier oppor- tunity for professional development and continuing education in I-O psychology. Consortia. SIOP offers preconference development opportunities that are carefully designed to support students in master’s and doctoral programs and junior faculty. Consortia participants spoke; Tracey Rizzuto and her Consortia committee responded. Thanks to the constructive feedback from 2015 Consor- tia participants, new developments and advancement are underway. The Con- sortia Committee is proud to announce three new features that will make the 2016 Consortia an even greater value! 1. Editor’s Round-Table Discussions (Junior Faculty Consortium only): This session provides Junior Faculty Consortium participants an opportu- nity for one-on-one and small-group feedback discussions with editors and editorial teams from top jour- nals in the field. 2. PhD Practitioner Programming: By popular demand, new program- ming is being added to specifically address the needs, interests, and concerns of doctoral students inter- ested in pursuing careers as practi- tioners and consultants. January 2016, Volume 53, Number 3