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Nominations Now Open


by SIOP Administrative Office

Deadline for Nominations to SIOP’s Executive Board October 14, 2014

Nominations are now open for elected positions on SIOP’s Executive Board. The deadline for nominations is midnight EDT on October 14, 2014. 

SIOP is seeking nominations for the following Executive Board positions:

  • President-Elect
  • Publications Officer: Has oversight for Professional Practice Series, Frontiers Series, the Industrial-Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice journal, future book series or journals.
  • Membership Services Officer: Has oversight for encouraging and monitoring applications to join SIOP, conducting member surveys, recognition and award programs (including Fellows), placement, and Institutional Research Committee.
  • Financial Officer/Secretary: Has oversight responsibility for SIOP finances and investments, presents the annual budget proposal, conducts financial planning and serves as secretary of the corporation.

All terms of office are three years. All nominees must be members in good standing (current dues paid). Only SIOP Members, Fellows, retired Members, and retired Fellows may nominate.

Click here to submit your nomination!

This is an important part of ensuring strong leadership for the future of SIOP, so your nomination of qualified candidates is appreciated. For more information regarding SIOP Election Procedures, please click here.  

Elections Committee Policy on Nominations:

The people with the top number of nominations will be on the ballot. In the case of ties, the Elections Committee will chose among the tied candidates randomly. In each case, the top nominees must receive at least two nominations to be considered to fill the targeted number of slots. If there are not a sufficient number of nominees to be considered to fill the targeted slots, the ballot may be finalized with the available number of nominees as long as this number exceeds the minimum number of candidates required per the bylaws. If the required number of ballot slots is not filled, then candidates receiving only single nominations may be considered (using a random process to choose among them) until the required minimum is met.