SIOP Annual Conference

2024 SIOP Annual Conference

2024 SIOP Annual Conference 


39th Annual SIOP Conference

April 17-20, 2024

Chicago, Illinois and Online

Hyatt Regency Chicago


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Vivian Woo, 2024 SIOP Annual Conference Chair

Vivian Woo
2024 SIOP Program Chair

The SIOP Program Committee is working hard to craft an engaging conference program, continuing our tradition of robust educational content. We look forward to welcoming in-person and virtual attendees to a wide array of sessions at the 2024 SIOP Annual Conference. We anticipate strong in-person attendance in Chicago, and we are dedicated to providing virtual offerings that allow our members to attend, participate, and connect from wherever they are.

Winny Shen, 2024 SIOP Annual Conference Chair

Winny Shen
2024 SIOP Conference Chair

The SIOP Conference Committee is eager to maintain the long history of excellence of the annual conference while introducing exciting new offerings. Our mission is to convene a SIOP conference that inspires and galvanizes our community through sharing knowledge, building connections, fostering inclusion, and stimulating new ideas. We look forward to welcoming I-O psychology practitioners, educators, researchers, and students to Chicago or virtually! 


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Conference in the News


Amber Stark

WIN Committee Accepting Applications for Caregiver Support Grant

Applications will be accepted until February 15, 2024

I-O professionals with children or those who provide care for parents or other family members often face serious hurdles when trying to attend professional development, namely a conference. Although companies and universities allow leave for conferences and may even cover some or all the expenses, there are few options for covering the caregiving that must be maintained while out of town. To help alleviate this additional stress, the SIOP Women’s Inclusion Network (WIN) offers a solution for some SIOP members. Apply for a Family Caregiver Grant.

Family Care Grant
The SIOP Caregiver Support Grant, formerly the Family Care Grant, provides $500 awards for eligible members who require caregiving support to facilitate their attendance at the 2024 SIOP Annual Conference in Chicago or virtually. This option allows members to use a lump sum of money for care as they see fit.

The Caregiver Support Grant expands support options to help attendees meet the financial burdens of caregiving either for themselves or for their dependents. This allows attendees to make decisions based on their unique needs.

In order to be eligible to receive funds, applicants must

  • be a current SIOP member.
  • be a caregiver, defined as a person providing care to another person who requires care such as children, elders, or persons with disabilities, OR
  • be a person who requires caregiving support at the conference, such as members with disabilities.
  • be the only caregiver in the family applying for the grant funds.
  • report facing some financial difficulty attending the conference, whether virtually or in person, due to caregiving or caregiving support needs.
  • plan to travel to the SIOP 2024 Annual Conference in Chicago OR plan to attend the SIOP 2024 Annual Conference virtually.

Apply online (You must be logged into your member profile to apply).

Grant recipients will be announced no later than March 8, 2024.

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2024 SIOP Partners


SIOP Gives Back

The connection between I-O psychology and corporate social responsibility and prosocial activities is strong. Help us live out these ideals at the 2024 SIOP Annual Conference Closing Event where attendees will have the opportunity to build backpack kits and write notes to children and youth in Cook, DuPage, and Lake counties in Illinois and Indiana. This opportunity is made possible through a partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metropolitan Chicago, an affiliate of the oldest, most respected mentoring organization in the U.S. Attendees can also visit the Big Brothers Big Sisters booth in the Exhibit Hall during the conference to learn more.