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IWP student success at national conference

Image credit: Alex Pilsworth / BPS Division of Occupational Psychology

Beatrice Redfern, MSc Occupational Psychology graduate at Sheffield University Management School (pictured above), has received an award for her MSc research project.

Members of the Management School’s Institute of Work Psychology (IWP) were present at the British Psychological Society’s Division of Occupational Psychology (DOP) conference to celebrate Bea’s achievement, which was presented at a ceremony in London on 17 November. The DOP awards celebrate achievement and excellence in practice and research in the field of occupational psychology.

Student awards are given to individuals at undergraduate and postgraduate level who have submitted projects that make the most valuable contribution to the field of occupational psychology in the 21st century. Bea’s joint second-place in the Student Prize for Excellence was for her project titled ‘Putting innovation into context: Exploring the impact of contextual factors on the relationship between individual factors and innovative behaviour’.

The student prizes at the DOP conference are sponsored by Pearn Kandola, one of the UK’s leading business psychology consultancies, specialising in assessment, development and diversity.

Well done Bea! Congratulations from all at the Management School.

Image credit: Alex Pilsworth / BPS Division of Occupational Psychology

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