Matthew Haynes / Wednesday, May 27, 2020 / Categories: Items of Interest Nominate by June 30! SIOP and the SIOP Foundation have a rich history of awarding deserving individuals and groups for research that advances the field of industrial and organizational psychology. This tradition continues with the 2021 slate of awards, open now for nominations. New this year, the Awards Committee created an interactive poster with all of the awards, grants, and scholarships to help you decide which one(s) might apply to you. Find the open awards and criteria at https://www.siop.org/Foundation/Awards. Nominations for awards, research grants, and scholarships close on June 30, so nominate yourself or a worthy colleague now. Distinguished Awards Celebrating both early careers and lifelong achievements, the Distinguished awards are among the most prestigious and sought after on the SIOP slate. Honoring both academics and practitioners, the criteria for these awards vary, but all are completed online. SIOP members are in the best position to know who has leveraged their I-O psychology training to solve important challenges and make a positive impact for their organization, clients, and the larger practice of I-O psychology. Please help us celebrate those making an impact in the field with a nomination for the Distinguished Contributions Awards. Start your nomination today! The deadline for these prestigious awards is June 30, 2020 and self-nominations are welcome! The 2020 Award Recipients include: Paul R. Sackett, Dunnette Prize John C. Scott, Distinguished Professional Contributions Award Denise M. Rousseau, Distinguished Scientific Contributions Award S. Morton McPhail, Distinguished Service Contributions Award Kristin N. Saboe, Distinguished Early Career Contributions Award: Practice Juliet Aiken, Distinguished Early Career Contributions Award: Practice Ning Li, Distinguished Early Career Contributions Award: Science Janet L. Kottke, Distinguished Teaching Contributions Award Mahima Saxena: SIOP Humanitarian Award Joel Lefkowitz Early Career Award for Humanistic I-O Psychology – NEW! The SIOP Foundation is delighted to announce this new award that recognizes early career contributions to humanistic industrial-organizational psychology, work that advances the cause of worker dignity, economic and social justice, promotes the common good, or illustrates a humanistic perspective in the workplace. Learn more about the Joel Lefkowitz Award at https://www.siop.org/Foundation/Awards/Achievement-and-Best-Paper Previous Article Something for Everyone! Next Article American Psychological Foundation Upcoming Deadlines Print 216 Rate this article: No rating Comments are only visible to subscribers.