The March 2017 Newsletter is available for member download (member sign in required).
Among other great updates and content, this edition includes:
- Part II of the featured mini-series on adverse impact: Tools to Increase Diversity and Validity in Hiring Police Officers, Joel Wiesen, Applied Personnel Research
- Part II-a of the regular column advancing the use of computer science in I-O Psychology:The Other IO: Computing in I-O Psychology, Garett Howardson, Tuple Work Science, Limited
- Research Highlights, David Costanza, George Washington University
- Early Career Column: How to make Yourself More Valuable: Important Skills to Develop, Kyana Beckles, Leverage Assessment
- Cultural Acumen: Wolves and Sheep, Romella Janene El Kharzazi, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission & Allemore Consulting
- Peer Tips Column: Preparing for your First Professional Networking Event, James Wilcox, George Mason University & Angelica Garza, FMP Consulting
- 2016 PTCMW Service Award Winner: Theodore Rosen; including A Brief History of the Service Award, and, Theodore Rosen's Accomplished Service to PTCMW, M.J. Kolze, George Mason University
- 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award Winner: John Campbell
- Announcement of the winners of the 3rd Annual Graduate Student Consulting Challenge!