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Katzell Award Deadline Extended to July 31

The deadline has been extended for the 2021 Raymond A. Katzell Award in I-O Psychology, which is designed to recognize a SIOP member who, in a major way, has shown to the general public the importance of work done by I-O psychology for addressing social issues.

Nominations and applications for this award will now be accepted until midnight ET July 31.

Dr. Katzell was a strong proponent of the scientist-practitioner model in I-O psychology. This primary research foci during his 27 years on the faculty at New York University were motivation and job satisfaction, the effectiveness of productivity enhancement interventions, and discrimination in employment testing. He was a president of SIOP, a fellow of SIOP, APA, and APS, editor of SIOP’s Frontiers of I-O Psychology series, and winner of SIOP’s Distinguished Scientific Contributions Award. His widow, Dr. Mildred “Kitty” Katzell, also a SIOP Fellow, established this award in his memory.

The award recipient will receive a plaque commemorating the achievement and a cash prize of $3,000.

Nomination guidelines, criteria for selecting award winners, and the link to the online nomination program can be found on the Foundation’s Achievement Awards and Best Paper Awards webpage.

Applications for the P. Richard Jeanneret Grant for Research about Assessing and Developing Senior Leaders will also be accepted through midnight ET July 31.

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