2014 OSSI Fellows and their mentors

2014 OSSI Fellows and their mentors

Our mission is to prepare and provide opportunities to future organizational scientists by:

  • Fostering creative “trans”-disciplinary thinking
  • Diversifying the pipeline to the professoriate
  • Increasing understanding of the research process
  • Developing sustainable relationships among organizational science scholars
  • Promoting innovation and creativity in research and practice
  • Providing a well-rounded and inclusive educational experience


Fellow 2013(1)

  • Facilitate the research process
  • Idea generation with an Organizational Science focus
  • Conceptualization
  • Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methods
  • Presenting
  • Writing/Publishing
  • Collaboration
  • GRE prep sessions
  • Overview of the graduate school application process
  • Connect with OS faculty and student research mentors
  • Realistic career preview
  • Exposure to role models
  • Provide forum for attendees and alumni to meet and socialize

Our OSSI Fellows have said

2010 Alumni with their OS Mentors

2010 Alumni with their OS Mentors

“I really liked the helpful atmosphere and faculty. And the one on one attention was very nice. The faculty and grad students were awesome. I liked the insight we got and I think it was extremely enlightening.”

“The mentors were great. The GRE program is AWESOME!!!”

“…The graduate school seminars were helpful. Speed mentoring was cool. I liked learning about the different aspects I liked the speakers all the power hour sessions were nice. All the grad students were nice. I liked the GRE training; it gave me confidence for the test. I liked learning about the Org Science field.”

2009 - Inaugural Fellows

2009 – Inaugural Fellows

“I loved everything! The thing I liked the most was the faculty/grad students and the OS community in general. You were all very supportive, inspirational and nice =).”

“The support we got was fantastic. The mentors, professors, and speakers provided useful insight into the organizational science field.”

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