Knowledge Without Boundaries Symposium - April 10, 2017

Knowledge Without Boundaries Symposium - April 10, 2017

The deadling for the 2017 Knowledge Without Boundaries Annual Research Symposium is on Monday, April 10, 2017 at 11:59 p.m. EST.  This is a great opportunity to showcase the many forms of scholarship that are generated from members of the IO PhD Program.  Also, it is rare that you will find opportunities that include expenses if accepted!  Some of you have discussed the desire to collaborate with others with similar interests... Please use the CWDR forum as a way to reach out to others.  Also, post a note if you are planning on attending! 

Note that a presentation at the Knowledge Without Boundaries annual research Symposium will qualify for the IO Comprehensive Exam Dimension II requirement as long as audience evaluatiions are collected and an summary report prepared following the IO Comprehensive Exam instructions.

Kelley Conrad, Doctoral Program Faculty for IO Psychology

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