Matthew Haynes / Thursday, October 31, 2019 / Categories: Items of Interest SIOP Consortia for Faculty, Students, and Alumni The four SIOP Consortia are full day events held on the Wednesday prior to the start of the annual SIOP conference and include lunch and receptions. The consortia are only open to SIOP registrants. Each consortium is described below with specifics on how to nominate or register attendees. Please share this information with your students and alumni via your program’s newsletters or listservs. Master’s Consortium: Today Master’s Student, Tomorrow I-O Practitioner As your students are beginning to plan for the 2020 conference, they should consider joining us for the Master’s Consortium (MC), a developmental program specifically designed for second year master’s students! The program will include an impressive lineup of speakers, offering their unique perspectives on the opportunities and challenges faced by I-O practitioners today. They will also focus on the key developmental experiences that can lay the groundwork for a successful career in industrial and organizational psychology. Although second year master’s students who will be on the job hunt soon will likely benefit the most from the MC, all master’s students are welcome. Each program can nominate two student representatives. Space is limited, so interested students should be sure to let your program chair know! Registration will open soon, and additional details will be shared. Questions: please contact Kelsey Stephens (email@example.com) or Matisha Montgomery (firstname.lastname@example.org) Doctoral Consortium: Calling All Doctoral Students! Attend the Lee Hakel Doctoral Consortium! The Doctoral Consortium is a development and networking event that includes a diverse set of I-O professionals who offer unique perspectives on the opportunities and challenges faced by both I-O practitioners and academics today. The Doctoral Consortium offers separate program tracks for applied and academic focus. Topics include surviving the dissertation, navigating the job process, and learning from successful early career academics and practitioners. Each program can nominate two student representatives. Students must have passed comprehensive exams to be eligible to attend. Space is limited, and interested students should be sure to let your program chair know! Registration will open soon, and additional details will be shared. Questions: please contact Emily Hunter (Emily_M_Hunter@baylor.edu) or Kate Keeler (email@example.com) Previous Article CALL FOR PAPERS Group and Organization Management (GOM) Next Article SIOP Recommends No Vote on APA Bylaws Amendment Print 218 Rate this article: No rating Comments are only visible to subscribers.