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What (Else) Can I Do with an IO Psych Degree?

Become the Chief Human Resources Officer for a biopharm company that’s pioneering mRNA therapies. Moderna, Inc., (MRNA) a clinical stage biotechnology company pioneering messenger RNA (mRNA) therapeutics and vaccines to create a new generation of transformative medicines for patients, today announced that Tracey Franklin has been appointed Chief Human Resources […]

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Two New Focal Articles

Two new focal articles for an upcoming issue of Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, have just been released. Regulating Rude: Tensions Between Free Speech and Civility in Academic Employment, Lilia M. Cortina, Michael G. Cortina, & José M. Cortina Work: What Is It Good For? (Absolutely Nothing)—A Critical […]

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Progress as a Field of Study

Tech entrepreneur Patrick Collison and economist Tyler Cowen think we need a new academic discipline focused on progress: Progress itself is understudied. By “progress,” we mean the combination of economic, technological, scientific, cultural, and organizational advancement that has transformed our lives and raised standards of living over the past couple […]

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IO Psych Intern Involved in Promotions Process “Compromise” in N.C.

For about twenty years, North Carolina State University’s Industrial and Organizational Psychology Program has been helping the North Carolina Highway Patrol develop and administer promotions tests. This year, however, something went wrong. Really wrong. What was it? We don’t know. N.C. State University is denying the release of its report […]

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One Small Step for IO

Getting to Mars is going to take teamwork. Project FUSION, lead by IO psychologist Dorothy Carter, is figuring out what that really means. Successful communication and collaboration among multiple teams will be an essential part of deep space travel, and this is Dorothy Carter’s expertise. An industrial and organizational psychologist […]