LER Professor Dan Newman was nominated as a Fellow in the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychologists (SIOP). Society Fellows are distinguished industrial and organizational psychologists who have made an unusual and outstanding contribution to the field.
Dr. Dan Newman has made significant contributions to I-O through his work in adverse impact/race and gender issues in hiring and minority recruiting, emotional intelligence and its relation to job performance, narcissism in the workplace, job attributes and their relation to work engagement and withdrawal, and research methods. Across these areas, Dr. Newman has published 39 journal articles and 13 book chapters. His work is quantitatively sophisticated and methodologically rich, with implications for both theory and practical interventions. As a testament to its quality, his work has received numerous awards including SIOP’s Owens Scholarly Achievement Award, the Academy of Management HR Division and Research Methods (RM) Division Scholarly Achievement Awards, ORM’s Bests Reviewer Award, and the RM Division Early Career Award. He has served on several editorial boards and as program chair for the Research Methods Division. He has also received numerous recognitions for his teaching.