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Federal Research Funding Report Released

Find funding. Submit a proposal. Do good science!

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SIOP is pleased to announce the release of the Overview of Federal Funding Opportunities for Behavioral and Social Sciences, Arts, and Humanities, prepared by our government relations partners at Lewis-Burke Associates, LLC. Current SIOP members can access the report here.

Lewis Burke works closely with the ad hoc Government Relations Advocacy Team (GREAT Committee), chaired by Alexander Alonso, Chief Knowledge Officer, Knowledge Development & Certification for SHRM. He said, “Members will benefit from reviewing the document as it will provide a clear overview of Congressional priorities involving social science and general science funding. It will also provide background on the annual federal cycle for funding.”

“The federal research enterprise is quite extensive. If you know which agencies support your topics, it’s easy to stay on top of their interests,” said SIOP’s Research and Science Officer Steve W.J. Kozlowski, Professor of Organizational Psychology at Michigan State University. “But, if you don’t have a lot of experience, you might not know where to start or how to search out opportunities.”

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The 3rd Annual SIOP Machine Learning Competition

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Submit your organizations analytics challenges to the 3rd annual SIOP Machine Learning Competition. Have hundreds of academics, practitioners, and students compete in the creation of open source solutions for your organization’s analytic challenges.

We are specifically looking for (a) the toughest analytics problems that matter to you and (b) data setsthat can be used to build solutions for those problems. If you have good ideas or good data sets, please connect!

Make Newsbriefs Your Own

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Newsbriefs is SIOP’s weekly member newsletter.

Sent by email every Wednesday, the newsletter includes a SIOP News section, containing information expressly for and about  SIOP members. A quick read through Newsbriefs keeps you up to date on important member information.

But that’s not all! Newsbriefs also includes the TOP INDUSTRY NEWS section, a curated listing of stories about the workplace that relate to important I-O psychology topics. These stories may address pertinent issues, present new areas for research, or simply stir debate.

The American Psychological Association invites applications for its 2020-2021 policy fellowships.

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The American Psychological Association invites applications for its 2020-2021 policy fellowships.
 
Each year, APA places three psychologists in congressional offices and a federal agency in Washington, D.C. These APA policy fellowships provide a unique opportunity to bring valuable and much-needed psychological perspectives to federal policymaking institutions. For more information, visit https://on.apa.org/APAFellowships2020.
 
Completed applications for the 2020-2021 fellowship year are due by Jan. 5, 2020.

The SciTS2020 Program Committee is pleased to announce its open call for abstracts for the 2020 Conference in Durham, North Carolina!

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The SciTS2020 Program Committee is pleased to announce its open call for abstracts for the 2020 Conference in Durham, North Carolina! This year’s conference will be hosted by Duke University and the Duke Clinical & Translational Science Institute, and will be held June 1-4, 2020 at the Durham Convention Center in historic and vibrant Downtown Durham.  

The SciTS2020 event marks the 11th year of the conference! Building off of over a decade of establishing the Science of Team Science, the 2020 conference will focus on highlighting and pursuing excellence in studyingdoing, and teaching Team Science. 

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