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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 […]

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 […]

Weiss & Meyer Awarded ARI Research Funding

The area is proud to announce that two members of our faculty, Howard Weiss and Rustin Meyer, have each been awarded 3-year research grants from the U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences. We congratulate both faculty members on their accomplishments, and look forward to the results of their upcoming research efforts.

Conklin Receives NSF Research Funding

The area congratulates graduate student Erin Marie Conklin on her recent Doctoral Dissertation Research Award from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The project, Efficacy of Self-control/Self-regulation Training Interventions to Improve Sleep Habits: Impact on Employee Fatigue, will investigate the efficacy of self-control and self-regulation training programs that are targeted towards building skills for individuals to better manage […]

New Faculty Appointments

The area is proud to announce the following faculty elections and appointments: Leslie DeChurch was recently elected to the board of the Interdisciplinary Network for Group Research (INGRoup), and appointed to the editorial board of Small Group Research. Rustin Meyer was recently appointed to the editorial board of the Journal of Business and Psychology, and […]

School of Psychology Welcomes New Chair

The I-O program and School of Psychology at Georgia Institute of Technology are very pleased to welcome Howard Weiss as a faculty member next year. Howard will join Georgia Tech from Purdue University in January, 2012, and will serve as both professor in the I-O program and the Chair of the School of Psychology. Learn […]

DELTA Lab Joins GT School of Psychology

The I/O area is proud to welcome Dr. Leslie DeChurch and the DELTA Lab! Research efforts in the DELTA Laboratory focus on multiteam systems, leadership, and team effectiveness. Learn more about DELTA here!

Fall 2011 Incoming Students

The I/O area welcomed seven incoming PhD students this semester: Raquel Asencio-Hodge, Patrick Bradshaw, Dorothy Carter, Dan Doty, Sarah Farmer, Peter Seely, and Amy Wax. Learn more about our new students on their respective research laboratory websites.