Two Weissman Professors Win 2011 M. Scott Myers Award for Applied Research in the Workplace

  The Society for Industrial and Organizational (I-O) Psychology has announced four winners of their annual M. Scott Myers Award honoring practitioners who have developed and conducted/applied a specific project or product representing an example of outstanding practice of I-O psychology in the workplace. Among the winners were two Baruch College professors, Harold W. Goldstein and Charles A. Scherbaum. The two were recognized for their research on developing employment tests that minimize the negative impact on minority test-takers while still predicting job performance. Our congratulations go out to them.

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