Drs. Harold Goldstein, Charles Scherbaum, and collaborator Kenneth Yusko serve as the Keynote Speakers for the International Personnel Assessment Council (IPAC) conference in Minneapolis. Congratuations! Click here for the full announcement.
Congratuations to Ashley Lee for finishing 7th among the female runners, Manny and Yuliya for placing 2nd in the mixed doubles, and Charles Scherbaum for placing 2nd in his age category. Go Baruch!
During his three year tenure at the SIOP Professional Practice Officer, Dr. Silzer initiated 16 new programs for IO Practitioners, including: the Advanced Professional Development Program, the Practitioner Digest Newsletter. the Early Career Practitioner Consortium, the Practitioner Networking Reception, Practitioner Mentoring, Practitioner Benchmarking, and three new SIOP Professional Practice Committees
Congratulations to Charles Scherbaum (PI) for shepherding the Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) grant through its most recent renewal at the National Science Foundation!
Congratulations to Baruch I/O graduate Justina Oliveira who just received her tenure from Southern New Hampshire University. Well done Justina!
Congratulations to Logan who is one of the winners of SIOP’s 2019 Bray Howard Award for research on assessment centers. This is a very competitive award. Well done Logan! For more information about this award, click here.
Dr. Rob Silzer served as Chairman and Keynote Speaker for the 2018 SIOP Leading Edge Consortium on “High Potential Talent: Identifying, Developing and Retaining Future Leaders” in Baltimore with over 200 professional IO psychologists. Congratulations! (See SIOP website for additional information.)
Prof. Lyness recently gave an invited talk as part of the Women and Public Policy Program (WAPPP) Research Seminar Series at Harvard Kennedy School. The title of her talk was “Women and Leadership in the United States: Why Do the Gender Gaps Persist?”
V. Chou, P. Hanges, C., Scherbaum, & J. Epistola are awarded AIRRIA grant for their project entitled: “Using Neurocognitive Methods to Understand Sources of Adverse Impact on Cognitive Ability Tests.”