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Congratulations 2014 Award Winners!


by SIOP Administrative Office

SIOP Honors the Best and the Brightest in the Field of I-O Psychology

During the opening plenary at this year’s SIOP annual conference, Awards Chair David Baker announced the winners of several SIOP awards, scholarships, and grants, including eight distinguished awards. Several awards were also presented at the SIOP Foundation dessert reception prior to the plenary.

More information about the award winners, including photos, bios of the distinguished award winners, and project titles can be found in the “SIOP Salutes” brochure from the annual conference. Read an online version here or continue reading for a summary of this year’s winners!


Distinguished Early Career Contributions Award: Practice-
Rich Cober, Mariott International
Tracy M. Kantrowitz, CEB-SHL

Distinguished Early Career Contributions Award: Science-
Brent Scott, Michigan State University

Distinguished Professional Contributions Award-
Jack W. Wiley, Jack Wiley Consulting, LLC

Distinguished Teaching Contributions Award-
Ann Marie Ryan, Michigan State University

Distinguished Service Contributions Award-
Kurt Kraiger, Colorado State University
John C. Scott, APTmetrics, Inc. 

Distinguished Scientific Contributions Award-
Lawrence R. James, Georgia Institute of Technology

Other award winners included:

Graduate Student Scholarships-
Erika C. Lopina (University of North Carolina Charlotte)
Elizabeth D. Salmon (University of Maryland)

SIOP International Research and Collaboration (IRC) Small Grant-
Aleksandra Luksyte (The University of Western Australia), Talya N. Bauer (Portland State University), Maike E. Debus (University of Zurich), Berrin Erdogan (Portland State University), and Chiahuei Wu (London School of Economics and Political Science)

Adverse Impact Reduction Research Initiative and Action (AIRRIA) Grant-
Filip Lievens and Britt De Soete (both of Ghent University)

Small Grants-
Katina Sawyer (Villanova University), Christian N. Thoroughgood (Villanova University), Jacob      M. Waldrup (Ryder Systems, Inc.)

Winny Shen (University of South Florida) and Rena L. Rasch (Kenexa, an IBM Company)

Xiang Yao (Peking University), Jie Han (Beijing Tongren Hospital), Fei Li (Beijing Tongren Hospital), and Ning Hou (Auburn University)

Lee Hakel Graduate Student Scholarship-
Joo Hun Han (University of Maryland)

Mary L. Tenopyr Graduate Student Scholarship-
Le Zhou (University of Florida)

Irwin L. Goldstein and Benjamin Schneider Graduate Scholarship-
Bianca C. Trejo (Florida Institute of Technology)
Leslie W. Joyce and Paul W. Thayer Fellowship-
Rebecca Grossman (University of Central Florida)

John C. Flanagan Award and Best International Paper Award-
Jack W. Kostal and Brenton M. Wiernik (both of the University of Minnesota)

S. Rains Wallace Dissertation Award-
Crystal I. C. Farh,
Michigan State University
Allison S. Gabriel, Virginia Commonwealth University

Hogan Award for Personality and Work Performance-
Barbara De Clerq, Filip De Fruyt, and Bart Wille (all of Ghent University)

Jeanneret Award for Excellence in the Study of Individual or Group Assessment-
Filip Lievens (Ghent University) and Paul R. Sackett (University of Minnesota)

Best Poster on Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgender (LGBT) Issues at the SIOP Conference-
Frank Golom (Loyola University Maryland)

Raymond A. Katzell Award in I-O Psychology-
Benjamin Dattner (Dattner Consulting, LLC and New York University)

William A. Owens Scholarly Achievement Award-
Carsten K. W. De Dreu (University of Amsterdam), Michele J. Gelfand (University of Maryland), Kirsten M. Keller (RAND Corporation), and Lisa M. Leslie (New York University)

To learn more about SIOP awards, scholarships and grants, visit the Foundation webpage here and the SIOP awards page here.

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