Nine new IO Bloggers join the Team in November

Nine new IO Bloggers join the Team in November

Nine Bloggers Join the I-O In Action Blog

We feature HOT TOPICS and invite HOTTER DISCUSSIONS on topics changing monthly among affiliates of the Center for Workplace Diversity Research

During the November 2016 Year 2 I-O residency nine I-O students joined the I-O Blog team. Here are the additions to our team of emerging PhDs in Industrial and Organizational Psychology who will be posting to our IO CWDR Blog.

L to Right in the Photograph are Cassi Scott, Karen Anderson, Zehra Surani, Traci Lamb, Agha Raza, Linda Booker, Leslye Rollins-Smith, Ildi Andino. and Candice Burney.  The white haired guy in back is Dr. Conrad.

Our Plan:  The first Monday of each month a new contributor will introduce the Topic of the Month by posting a stimulating, informative, and challenging topic posting some initial comments.  During the week, anyone with interest in the topic is invited to respond and/or contribute.  The lead contributor of the month will monitor posts and respond as appropriate. 

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About the Author

Kelley Conrad



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