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SIOP and the SIOP Foundation, together with our members and donors, support I-O science and practice that advances diversity, equity, and inclusion in organizations.
Our initiatives include:
The DIP – The SIOP Diversifying I-O Psychology Program is an ambitious pipeline project to address racial and ethnic underrepresentation in funded I-O psychology doctoral programs
SIOP Anti-Racism Grants – Funding projects to address the presence of overt and institutionalized racial discrimination in work contexts
DEI Resource Center – Research and resources for the business community to address issues of racism and inequities at work
Standing Against Racism – A formal statement of SIOP’s position, along with a collection of resources and opportunities to extend that position into action
Industrial-organizational (I-O) psychology is the scientific study of the workplace. The knowledge base and scientific methods of psychology are applied to issues of critical relevance to business.
If you are an undergraduate or graduate student with an interest in I-O psychology, learn more about the field and how you can become a SIOP Student Affiliate member (even if you are not in an I-O program).
SIOP and I-O psychology offer great opportunities for informative, interesting news and feature stories. Take advantage of our convenient media resources service, view recent articles, or contact the SIOP Office.
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