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Stephen Young
Florida Tech

Transitions, Appointments, and New Affiliations

Herman Aguinis, Indiana University, was appointed the director of the newly established Institute for Global Organizational Effectiveness in IU’s Kelley School of Business.  This new institute was created through a $4.8 million gift from the GEO Global Foundation and aims to increase the department’s presence in Latin America as well as support the university’s commitment to diversity and global initiatives.  The goal of the institute is to merge the research, teaching, and outreach functions in Latin America, both for graduates and the companies that hire them after graduation. 

The faculty and staff of the Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) I-O psychology program and the MTSU Center for Organizational and Human Resource Effectiveness (COHRE) are pleased to announce that Mark Frame will join the Department of Psychology at MTSU as an associate professor in August 2010. He is joining Beverly Burke, Michael Hein, Glenn Littlepage, Patrick McCarthy, and Judith Van Hein in the fourth decade of the long standing MTSU I-O psychology program, and he will also serve as a consultant for COHRE projects.

Ralph A. Mortensen, PhD, received his ABPP certification in organizational and business consulting psychology and became the chief psychologist for HR/OD at IPAT in Chicago.

Maria Rotundo, University of Toronto, has been appointed to the Advisory Board of the Human Capital Institute (HCI). HCI is a think tank, educator, and global association dedicated to advancing the new business science of strategic talent management.  The Advisory Board is an independent group that advises HCI members on various issues related to this mission.


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