The Human Resources Research Organization (HumRRO)
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Following an association with HumRRO spanning more than a quarter century, Jack McKay recently retired as Vice Chair of our Board of Trustees. “Jack’s wisdom, loyalty, employee-focus, and financial expertise truly made him our “trusted advisor” for decades” shared [...]
Are you currently a graduate student in I-O psychology or educational measurement looking for a summer internship? You’ve come to the right place—but you need to act fast! We offer full-time, paid summer internships that also include paid vacation [...]
Congratulations to HumRRO Vice President David Dorsey, whose book was just recognized by BookAuthority as one of the “Best Career Development Books of All Time!” As featured on CNN and Forbes, BookAuthority helps readers find the best books across a [...]
Congratulations to Kevin Bradley, author of the chapter “General Psychometric Principles and Processes” in Certification: The ICE Handbook. The Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE) describes the Handbook’s 3rd edition, released this week at the ICE Exchange in San Diego, [...]
Congratulations to Drs. Dan Putka, Adam Beatty, and Matthew Reeder for receiving the 2018 Organizational Research Methods Best Paper of the Year Award! Their article titled “Modern Prediction Methods: New Perspectives on a Common Problem” illustrates how the predictive [...]
Rich-media simulations have gained some traction in the assessment space, but they still remain a bit of an enigma to many practitioners. During an upcoming presentation entitled “High-Stakes, Rich-Media Simulations: Practical Applications,” Dr. Suzanne Tsacoumis will provide a tour [...]