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Join the Conversation on October 10


by SIOP Administrative Office

SIOP Past President Fred Oswald is the Guest of the Next Conversation Series Episode

This event will be live on Wednesday, October 10th, 2018 from 10:30 AM – 11:00 AM CT

Have your morning coffee over a live conversation with Dr. Fred Oswald. In the eighth conversation of this web based audio series, the prominent academic I-O psychologist  will share information about his background, work, and insights on the field.

Fred is a professor at Rice University and serves as President of SIOP (April 2017-18). His research publications, projects, and collaborations address the challenges of personnel selection, college admissions, military selection and classification, and school-to-work transitions. He also publishes statistical work in the areas of big data, meta-analysis, adverse impact, measure development, and psychometrics.

Currently, Fred is a Senior Associate Editor of Journal of Management, and an Associate Editor of Psychological Methods, Advances in Methods and Practice in Psychological Science, and Journal of Research in Personality. He is a member of the Board of Human Systems Integration (BOHSI) of the National Academy of Sciences and a Fellow of SIOP, APA (Divs. 5, 8, 14), and APS. Fred earned his Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota.

Ask A Question / Help Shape the Series

You will have the opportunity to submit questions for Dr. Oswald in advance of the conversation during checkout. You can also submit questions live during the event using the hashtag #SIOPTalk.


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A recording of the conversation will be posted to the SIOP Conversation Series page shortly after the live broadcast. Links to recordings of all the previous episodes are also available there. The SIOP Conversation Series is an initiative of the SIOP Visibility Committee, Students & Academia Subcommittee, co-chaired by Lisa Kath and Keaton Fletcher. Kelly Reed coordinates the events.