The journey from student to practitioner is a rewarding one, especially when you can apply the very things learned in the classroom to the real-world.
Want to know the secret to career success? It’s taking the challenge to think bigger, to learn and grow, and to leverage that in your current situation.
I recently sat down with Wendy Merrill – a member of the Advisory Board for UMBC’s Industrial/Organizational Psychology graduate program – to chat about career advice in the field of I/O Psychology.
A number of UMBC IO Psychology graduate students had the honor of being nominated to attend the 2018 SIOP (Society for Industrial Organizational Psychology) Conference.
Our Faculty in Focus today is Dr. Elissa Abod, Lecturer and Assistant Program Director of UMBC’s IO Psychology Graduate Program. Dr. Abod has over 15 years of applied research experience in the Washington, DC area. Her clients include the US Army, the FBI, the FAA, and state law enforcement agencies. IO Psychology Career Path Dr. […]
When it comes to building your future, mentorships can offer many benefits. They can provide guidance necessary to take mentees to a new level.
When it comes to career success, UMBC’s I/O Psychology Graduate Program Advisory Board ensures students have everything they need.
UMBC’s I/O Psychology graduate students, Basma Fayyad and Liz Winters, were nominated to participate in the SIOP Conference.
We sat down with recent UMBC I/O Psychology Master’s Graduate, Barbara Blau, and she discussed how the benefits of her professional graduate degree extend far beyond the classroom.