The 3-day program format will include master tutorials, Friday seminars, communities of interest, interactive posters, keynote speakers, a Thursday theme track, and the heart of our conference, the peer-reviewed programming. Next year’s theme track, which is a full-day conference within a conference, will provide in-depth programming around cutting edge topics appealing to both academics and practitioners on the topic of “Bringing I-O Innovations to Life: Making Our Work Stick in Organizations.”
Below is a high-level timeline to help you plan for the 2013 conference:
Early July 2012: Call for Proposals (electronic only). Members will receive an e-mail message with a web link to the Call for Proposals.
Early–mid July 2012: Reviewer recruitment. Please look for an e-mail message requesting that you participate on the Conference Program Committee as a reviewer. All SIOP professional members (Fellows, Members, Associates, International Affiliates, and Retired statuses) are eligible. SIOP Student Affiliates who have successfully defended their dissertation proposal and presented at a SIOP conference as a first author are eligible. The review process is essential to the success of the program and we encourage everyone to sign up. WE NEED REVIEWERS! PLEASE SIGN-UP!
September 12, 2012: Submission deadline. The submission process will be entirely electronic. The Call for Proposals will have details. (This deadline always arrives faster than we think it will, so do get started thinking about your submissions!)
Early October 2012: Submissions sent out for review.
Early November 2012: Reviews due back.
Early December 2012: Decision e-mails. Submitters will be sent information on how to access the decision portal.
Early March 2013: Program published. The conference program will continue to be published both in a hardcopy booklet and on the web. Remember that only those who register by the early registration deadline will receive their programs in the mail.
Jessie Olien Presenting