Scott Morris, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor in the I/O Program, received an IIT Educational and Research Initiative Fund (ERIF) grant for a research project titled, "Exploring the Structure of Causal Knowledge." Recently, he also became Treasurer of Chicago Industrial-Organizational Psychologists (CIOP).
Chow Lam, Ph.D.
Professor in the Joint Clinical/Rehabilitation Program, traveled to Hong-Kong this past August to present a paper on "Treatment matching in Rehabilitation." Dr. Lam also recently became Treasurer of the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification.
Tony Paquin, Ph.D.
Tony Paquin, Ph.D., was a visiting professor for the Œ97-Œ98 term and now is a member of the full-time faculty. For the past year, Tony has served as the Chair of Undergraduate Recruitment Task Force of the College of Psychology.
Roya Ayman, Ph.D.
Roya Ayman, Ph.D., has continued her training work with Arthur Andersen conducting group dynamics and leadership development sessions. Also, she served on two working groups of the Governor's Commission on the Status of Women in Illinois. Dr. Ayman was re-elected to a four-year term as the newsletter editor for the International Association of Applied Psychology. Last year she was also asked to join the Education and Training Committee of SIOP. On a final note, Dr. Ayman received a plaque in recognition of her presentation on "Celebrating the Success and Challenges Facing Asian American Professionals in the Work Place," from Lucent Technology.
Margaret Huyck, Ph.D.
Margaret Huyck, Ph.D., recently gave a Gerontological Colloquium entitled, "Continuities and Discontinuities of Gender," at the Adler School of Professional Psychology.
Sylvia Roch, Ph.D.
Sylvia Roch, Ph.D., presented at the Chicago Industrial Organizational Psychologists' October 1997 meeting. The topic was careers and competencies of I/O psychologists. In addition, she also reviewed for the SIOP 1998 Conference.