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I am delighted to have been awarded my Principal Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy.

A marker of my expertise, PF provides evidence of my strategic influence in my higher education career and increasingly across the higher education sector it is seen as one of the criteria for strategic management and leadership positions.

4 Innovative Women Who Were Pioneers Of Industrial-Organizational Psychology

Interesting piece on female pioneers, although I feel they overlooked Isabel Briggs and Katherine Myers: Often they are so effortlessly criticised within academic psychology, that it is almost impossible to understand how they could have developed the world’s most popular psychometric test.   

4 Innovative Women Who Were Pioneers of Industrial-Organizational Psychology

Such an amazing night picking up my NTF award in Edinburgh

The National Teaching Fellowship Scheme (NTFS) celebrates and recognises individuals who have made an outstanding impact on student outcomes and the teaching profession in higher education.  So proud to be collecting my award with my amazing husband Craig and Institute Lead, Charles.   It would have been impossible without all the love and support of my family, peers and the awesome students at the University of Liverpool.

https://www.advance-he.ac.uk/news-and-views/great-teaching-uk-universities

 

 

 

Six measurement myths from the APA

I am delighted to find out that I was awarded Specialist in Test Use by the British Psychological Society this week: a qualification for very experienced psychologists to consult on the design of tests, to provide expert testimony in court cases, and, to provide organisations with bespoke psychometric packages.
Alex
I terrific two-minute read from the APA on measurement myths.  
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