Although it wasn’t funny, we joked that no one grows up wanting to be an I/O psychologist because it’s not on anyone’s radar. Ben Beirmeier-Hanson Read or listen to the complete interview at The Tartan.
James Hughes is a busy man. In this past few weeks, he’s moved, started a podcast, and began his doctoral program at the University of Connecticut. He’s also teaching his first class tomorrow. And did I mention he’s the co-founder of AGL & Associates, a consulting firm that helps startups optimize their business models? […]
Answer #994: Become the Interim Dean of Students for the New York Institute of Technology. The new Dean, Tiffani Blake, earned a Master’s in IO from Baruch College. Read the press release here.
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 […]
The Open Syllabus Project (OSP) has collected and analyzed seven million English-language syllabi from 80 countries. A total of 193,201 of these syllabi are from psychology courses. Let’s take a look and see what we can learn. Three of the top ten most frequently assigned texts are authored or co-authored […]