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Program Welcomes New Student Justin Sabree

This semester, we are pleased to welcome a new student, Justin Sabree, to the I-O Psychology program at Georgia Tech. Justin is from Georgia and earned his B.S. in psychology from Oglethorpe University in 2012. After spending three years working in the private sector, Justin grew interested in how psychological principles applied to organizations and […]

Area Welcomes New Doctoral Students

This semester, we are pleased to welcome two new students, Ashley Niler and Lindsay Larson, to the I-O Psychology program here at Georgia Tech. Ashley is from Pennsylvania and attended Penn State for her undergraduate degree. There she earned a B.S. in Psychology with a concentration in business, and a minor in labor and employment […]

Spring-Summer 2015 Area Graduates

Samuel Posnock, Peter Seely, and Amy Wax all successfully defended their dissertations in Spring 2015. While Samuel and Peter head to Washington, DC for applied roles, Amy has accepted a faculty position in Long Beach, CA. We are quite proud of our newest alumni and their placements, and wish them all the best in their […]

Update to Spring 2015 I-O Brownbag Schedule

The two remaining brown bag sessions for the Spring 2015 semester are scheduled for March 26, 2015 and April 16, 2015. Both sessions will meet from 11:00am – 12:00pm. On March 26th, first year students will present their First Year Projects in an IGNITE presentation format. During the April 16th session, students scheduled to present at SIOP will […]

GT I-O Program Seeks Tenure-Track Faculty Member

Georgia Tech’s School of Psychology recently announced its search for a tenure-track faculty member in Organizational Psychology. The successful applicant will have earned a Ph.D. in I/O Psychology or in an allied program in psychology at the time of appointment, and have publications, teaching experience, skills, and a funding record commensurate with the rank sought. […]

I-O Psychology Students Launch Brown Bag Series

The I-O Psychology Brown Bag is a forum for graduate students to network with peers, generate new ideas, interact with guest scholars, and solicit feedback.  The purpose of the brown bag is to promote research and academic growth while promoting a sense of community among I-O students. Meetings are held twice monthly, at 11:00AM, and […]

School of Psychology & CARMA Honor Professor Larry James

As a leading researcher in Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Dr. James has been active in building new measurement systems for personality and in studying the effects of organizational environments on individual adaptation, motivation, and productivity. His statistical contributions have been designed to make possible tests of new models in areas such as organization climate, leadership, and personnel […]

DELTA Lab to Co-Host INGRoup Conference

Leslie DeChurch and Ben Herndon (Scheller College of Business) have been appointed local arrangements co-Chairs for the 8thAnnual Meeting of the Interdisciplinary Network for Group Research (INGRoup)! The conference will be held in July 2013 at Georgia Tech’s College of Management. INGRoup is a multidisciplinary research group formed to (a) promote communication about group research […]

DELTA Lab to Co-Host EAWOP Working Group Meeting

Leslie DeChurch, Peter Esssens, and Ramon Rico were recently awarded funding to host a European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP) small working group meeting in Bellagio, Italy. The 3-day meeting n October 2012 will focus on the Multiteam System (MTS) effectiveness. The conference will bring together a small group of prestigious international researchers […]

DELTA Lab Research Goes Global

Supported by an National Science Foundation research grant, DELTA Lab graduate student Dorothy Carter is currently working with Dr. Chollet at the Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM) in Grenoble, France. The grant project, “Innovate Against Time: Drivers and Mechanisms of Knowledge Innovation Within and Across Organizations,” supports a interdisciplinary, collaborative effort to examine antecedents of […]