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Mapping New Frontiers


by SIOP Administrative Office

Resources for Planning Your #SIOP17 Conference

The 32nd Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP), with over 900 presentations and more than 4,000 attendees, packs a lot of information and professional development opportunities into a very brief time. 

Like a rocket ride to space, the conference could easily become overwhelming. But advance planning coupled with insights from conference organizers can help you make the most of your trip to Orlando to explore new frontiers in I-O psychology at #SIOP17.

The Spring 2017 edition of The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist has several resources to help focus your time, beginning with Orlando Conference Highlights, penned by Program Chair Zack Horn and Conference Chair Daisy Chang. The overview includes links to additional resources, along with a chronological listing of highlights.

Theme Track Chair Tracy Kantrowitz, encourages attendees to look beyond the demands and concerns of the present in her article, Prepare to Impact the Future of I-O at SIOP 2017.

SIOP’s LGBT Committee provide a listing of LGBT-Related Functions and Programming for the 2017 SIOP Annual Conference

Evan Sinar and Tiffany Poeppelman team up in “The Modern App” column to provide a look at technology related sessions in the #SIOP17 Program Preview: Technology Roundup for Orlando.

The Education and Training Committee supplies a list of Student-Focused Sessions, which also links to a helpful article about what to expect and how to plan your conference activities.

In Your Guide to Reproducible Research (RR) at SIOP 2017, Rob Stilson and Daly Vaughn collaborate with Program Chair Horn in exploring the impetus, importance, and implementation of reproducible research in I-O psychology. The brief article contains links to many resources to help you prepare for the future of reproducible research.

Placement Center Co-Chairs Lorin Mueller and Kathakali Sircar give an overview of services available at the center and share insights from past participants in Don’t Skip the Placement Center: The Best Marketplace for I-O Talent.

Conference Chair Daisy Chang also participated in the April 14 webinar on Making the Most of SIOP as a Student, available on the SIOPofficial YouTube channel. One of the topics covered is the exciting new Whova Mobile Conference App, which helps attendees plan their schedules, rate sessions, network with colleagues, and more.

The #SIOP17 Conference is purpose-built to propel I-O psychology and members of the profession into the future, providing access to the latest research and technologies in a collegial, fast paced environment. Be sure to take advantage of the resources provided to help expand your professional horizons, and have a great conference!