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Expanding the Fellowship


by SIOP Administrative Office

SIOP Welcomes 24 New Fellows at 29th Annual Conference

During the opening plenary at this year’s annual conference, Fellow Chair Jerry Hedge presented the newest additions to SIOP’s most prestigious group of members.

Fellow status in SIOP is an esteemed honor granted through a rigorous nomination process under the direction of the Fellowship Committee. Society Fellows are distinguished industrial and organizational psychologists who have shown evidence of unusual and outstanding contributions of performance in I-O psychology through research, practice, teaching, administration, and/or professional service.

The contributions of nominees for Fellow are evaluated in terms of impact on I-O psychology and its advancement, and their contribution to the mission of the Society: “to enhance human well-being and performance in organizational and work settings by promoting the science, practice, and teaching of industrial and organizational psychology.” (To read more about SIOP Fellows, visit the Fellows page.)

This year’s SIOP recognized 24 outstanding I-O psychologists as SIOP Fellows:

Joyce Bono
Margaret Beier
Douglas Brown
Michael Buckley
Paula Caligiuri
Lilia Cortina
Michelle Donovan
Lisa Finkelstein
Robert Gibby
Stanley Gully
Verlin Hinsz
Bradley Kirkman
Martin Kleinmann
Nathan Kuncel
Adam Meade
Rose Mueller-Hanson
Sharon Parker
Cheryl Paullin
Tahira Probst
Douglas Reynolds
John Schaubroeck
Robert Sinclair
Stephen Stark
Debra Whetzel