NSF Career Compass Challenge Deadline Extended

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Agency Offering $100,000 for Workforce Self-Development Tools

The National Science Foundation has extended the deadline for part 1 of its Career Compass Challenge to 11:59 pm ET on January 7, 2019.

The NSF recognizes that, “The future of work is one of continuous change, which depends on a culture of continuous learning.” Therefore, the challenge is intended to develop tools allowing employees to match their skills and interests to work opportunities, and to train for those opportunities, as part of the NSF’s effort to help modernize the American workforce.

Holiday Reading

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Holiday Reading

Download Free Chapters from SIOP Organizational Frontiers Series

When you’ve watched all the holiday movies and want to feed your brain something more stimulating than fruitcake and eggnog, dip into a sampler of the best thinking in the field. 

Routledge, publisher of SIOP’s Organizational Frontiers Series, is offering free chapter downloads from five recent series publications, including The Self at Work, Big Data at Work, Understanding the High Performance Workplace, Autonomous Learning in the Workplace and Facing the Challenges of a Multi-Age Workforce.

Now Is the Time

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Help SIOP Foundation Create Smarter Workplaces

Looking for a year-end tax deduction? Help the SIOP Foundation create smarter workplaces through support of research and educational funding with a donation through the Foundation’s secure online donation portal.

You can make a significant impact on the future of work by supporting I-O psychology research and innovations now. As SIOP Foundation President Milt Hakel observed in his annual letter to supporters, “Rapid advancement in I-O psychology and the organizational sciences now is surely needed. The mania about big data and AI systems is at flood tide, with no shortage of need for critical and clear thinking about creating smarter workplaces.”

Make Meaningful Connections at #SIOP19

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Registration Open for 34th Annual SIOP Conference

Registration is now open for the world’s largest gathering of I-O psychology researchers and practitioners. No other conference offers as many learning, professional development, and networking opportunities as the annual SIOP Conference.

The 34th annual event, April 4-6, 2019 at the beautiful and spacious Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center, offers hundreds of sessions and poster presentations on the full range of I-O psychology subjects.

SIOP and CARMA Offer the Gift of Knowledge

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Save 50% on Registration for the R Short Courses

SIOP and CARMA, the Consortium for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis, are partnering to offer discounted registration for 2-day courses on the statistical software package R.  Because of its advantages over traditional packages such as SPSS, SAS, and Stata, R is quickly becoming the statistical tool of choice for I-O psychologists.

Seven different courses, including an introductory class and courses covering specific applications, will be held at the University of South Carolina January 10-12, 2019. Registration for a Short Course includes a bonus registration for a 4-hour workshop on the Basics of R, offered in-person on January 9 or online on demand.



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