K-State Department of Psychology Graduate Program: I/O Awards
The Ronald G. and Dorothy J. Downey Industrial/Organizational Psychology Award
The recipient of this award will be enrolled in the Department of Psychology doctoral program, and a student in the Industrial and Organizational (I/O) Program. The award is to be made for the dissertation proposal that has the greatest promise to make a significant contribution to Industrial and Organizational Psychology. An award will be made as least annually if there is a qualified recipient. Contact the I/O faculty for information on any further criteria the faculty may establish for making decisions about the award. The award is intended to help the recipient to defray costs associated with conducting the dissertation research.
Past recipients include:
- Larry Bunce (2001)
- Paul Marquardt (2001)
- Kelly Smalley (2000)
- Rene Slick (2000)