Stephan Dilchert Awarded Grad School's Best Dissertation Award
Dear Psychology colleagues,
It's a pleasure for me to tell you that Stephan Dilchert, one of our recent Ph.D's, has been awarded the Graduate School's Best Dissertation Award 2009 in the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Here are a few details:
Advisor: Deniz Ones
Thesis title: Measurement and Prediction of Creativity at Work
Date of defense: July 31, 2008
Stephan is now an Assistant Professor of Management, Baruch College
(City University of New York)
Stephan recently received another award; a paper that he wrote in 2007 while a student at the Department of Psychology has just won
the "James C. Johnson Student Paper Award" of the International Personnel Assessment Council. The paper is titled “Assessment Center Dimensions:
Individual Differences Correlates and Meta-Analytic Incremental Validity.” This is a very competitive award in I/O Psychology.
We all take pride in Stephan's accomplishments, as we do with all our Ph.D.'s.