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IOTAS Alyssa LaCava Xavier University Transitions, New Affiliations, Appointments Joe Colihan joined the University of St. Thomas, in St. Paul, Minnesota as an adjunct professor. He will be teaching Psychology and Work. Students will learn traditional I-O topics from Paul Muchin- sky’s latest 2015 textbook and sustain- ability concepts from the newly published Psychology for Sustainability (2016) by Scott, Amel, Koger, and Manning. Joe also continues work with the People Analytics team at IBM, where he has held positions in survey research, selection and testing, and analytics for 24 years. Steve Colarelli is in Hong Kong this year as visiting professor of Management at Hong Kong Baptist University. The board of directors of the Association of Test Publishers (ATP) reappointed David Arnold as ATP’s general counsel at its Sep- tember European Conference in Dublin. David is also general counsel for ATP-mem- ber Wonderlic, Inc. Ron Johnson retired July 2, 2015 after working for 46 years in higher education. During those years he served as a faculty member, department chair, assistant dean, associate dean, and dean at seven different universities: University of Nebraska-Lin- 162 coln, Northeast Louisiana University (now University of Louisiana at Monroe), Univer- sity of Wisconsin-Madison (visiting faculty member), Texas A&M University, Virginia Tech, University of Scranton, and North Dakota State University. His contributions to SIOP have included serving as Financial Officer, serving as the first registration chair for the SIOP annual conference, and being appointed twice to serve as conference chair (for a total of 7 years). As a way to stay engaged with higher education, Ron recently formed Global Academic Advisors, LLC. In the spring of 2016, Ron and his wife will move to Goodyear, Arizona where they are currently building a home. Honors and Awards Wendy S. Becker was selected as the winner of the 2015 Middle Atlantic Association of Colleges of Business Administration (MAAC- BA) Innovation in Teaching Award compe- tition for her proposal, “Increasing Student Awareness of Risky Decision Making.” She will receive a $1,000 award and all expens- es paid to present her paper at MAACBA’s conference in Bolton Landing, NY. Michael P. Wilmot of the University of Minnesota is the 2015 winner of HumR- RO’s Meredith P. Crawford Fellowship in Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Presented annually to a doctoral student demonstrating exceptional research skills, the fellowship includes a $12,000 stipend. January 2016, Volume 53, Number 3