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Gilad Chen appointed Editor of the Journal of Applied Psychology
Gilad Chen, Ralph J. Tyser Professor of Organizational Behavior and M&O Department Chair, has been recently appointed as next Editor of the Journal of Applied Psychology. After serving as Associate Editor for the journal for 6 years, Gilad will assume a 6-year term as Editor beginning January 1, 2014. With its broad mission of integrating between psychological and organizational phenomena, the Journal of Applied Psychology is a leading journal in the academic fields of Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Management. It is also one of the most successful and influential journals published by the American Psychological Association. Under his editorship, the Journal of Applied Psychology will mark its first Centennial (the first issue was published in 1917).

Anil Gupta, CCTV, Interview re “The Falling Indian Rupee,” 30 July, 2013

Anil Gupta, quoted in The Washington Post, "A large entrepreneurial corporation?," 14 July, 2013

Anil Gupta, Fox TV, Interview re “China’s Investments in the US and the Shuanghui-Smithfield Deal,” 31 May, 2013

Anil Gupta, CCTV, Interview re “China India Economic Relations,” 20 May, 2013

Hui Liao is Winner of 2012 Cummings Scholarly Achievement Award
M&O Professor Hui Liao was named the 2012 Cummings Scholarly Achievement Award. This award is given annual by the Organizational Behavior Division of the Academy of Management, in recognition of outstanding scholarly achievements of an early- to mid-career scholar. This is one of the highest professional recognitions for mid-career scholars in the Organizational Behavior field. Professor Liao has also won similar awards from the Academy of Management’s Human Resources Division (the 2010 “Scholarly Achievement Award”) and from the Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology (the 2009 “Distinguished Early Career Contributions Award”).