Awards and Recognition

2017 Mosel Award Winner

The WAVE lab is pleased to announce that Ryan Horn is the recipient of this year’s Mosel Award for Research Creativity for his first-authored work on technology-mediated interviews titled “Video killed the interview star: Does picture-in-picture affect interview performance?” The research was published in the journal Personnel Assessment and Decisions (to read the article, click here).

In recognition of the award, Ryan will have his name engraved on the Mosel plaque in the GW Organizational Sciences and Communication Department office and will also receive a prize. Congratulations Ryan!

2013 Mosel Award Winner

The WAVE lab is pleased to announce that Michael Karim is the recipient of this year’s Mosel Award for Research Creativity for his first-authored work on remotely proctored testing titled “Cheating, Reactions, and Performance in Remotely Proctored Testing: An Exploratory Experimental Study.” Michael developed an innovative research design to explore the effects of electronic monitoring on cheating, test performance, and applicant reactions during online testing. Findings suggested that electronic proctoring is effective in reducing cheating, though it also leads to negative perceptions regarding invasion of privacy. The paper concludes by offering researchers a taxonomy of electronic proctoring characteristics for future study.  Samuel Kaminsky and Tara Behrend are co-authors on the paper, which is currently under encouraged review at a prominent journal.

In recognition of the award, Michael will have his name engraved on the Mosel plaque in the Department office and will also receive a prize. Congratulations Michael!

2012 Mosel Award Winner

Congratulations to Garett Howardson, the winner of the I/O program’s 2012 Mosel Award for Research Creativity, for his SIOP presentation titled “Training reactions: An affective theory approach for clarification and measurement” (co-authored with Allison Brown and Tara Behrend.) Garett’s paper expanded the criterion space of affective training reactions and showed that various affective reactions relate differently to learning criteria.

Garett will receive a certificate and prize and his name will be added to the lobby of the Organizational Sciences Department. Congratulations, Garett!

2012 IPAC James C. Johnson Student Paper Competition

Congratulations to Garett Howardson, the winner of this year’s IPAC 2012 James C. Johnson Student Paper Competition. This marks the fifth time a GW student has won the award since its creation in 1982. Garett will present the winning paper at the IPAC conference in Las Vegas this summer.

Congratulations, Garett!