Amber Stark / Tuesday, October 26, 2021 / Categories: Member News, Items of Interest, SIOP Source Reminder: SIOP Fellowship Nominations Due Nov. 1 In an effort to recognize unusual and outstanding contributions to I-O psychology, SIOP invites members to nominate colleagues for SIOP Fellowship. Nominations will be accepted through midnight EST Monday, Nov. 1. Fellowship recognizes SIOP members whose research identifies solutions to workplace problems, whose practice changes the course of the field, and whose teaching guides the next generation of I-O psychology. Fellowship is one of the highest honors a member can receive. “I was humbled to be named a SIOP Fellow and know it was a direct result of many years of collaborative work with outstanding teammates every bit as deserving of the recognition,” said Dana Born, Brigadier General, USAF Retired; chair, advisor, and lecturer, Harvard Kennedy School of Government. “I am indebted to them and other members of the I-O community, and look forward to continuing our efforts to optimize workplace performance, safety, and efficiency in an increasingly complex and dynamic workspace.” SIOP recognizes that outstanding contributions to the profession may come from all areas of I-O psychology and represent the range of practice, research, teaching, administration, and service in the variety of settings in which industrial-organizational psychologists work. Each nominee is considered individually; there is no quota or percentage of Fellows. The Fellowship Committee takes very seriously its obligation to make sure that outstanding SIOP members are recognized, balanced by the realization that Fellowship is a significant honor, highly valued by all members of SIOP. New Fellows will be announced in conjunction with the 2022 SIOP Annual Conference. “Being named a SIOP Fellow is among the greatest honors of my career,” said Alexander Alonso, SHRM Chief Knowledge Officer, “It has validated my journey as an I-O psychologist and made it possible for me to help others seeking to make a big impact on the science of work. As a Fellow, I am able to do this credibly through advocacy and public relations, making better workplaces for a better world.” Complete requirements and procedures, as well as a helpful timetable and examples of contributions, can be found online. Previous Article CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Work and Family Researchers Network Early Career Fellowships Next Article Virtual Leading Edge Consortium a Success Print 1396 Rate this article: No rating Tags: FellowFellowshipFellowshipsFellows Comments are only visible to subscribers.