2010 Dissertation Award

Broadening team composition research by conceptualizing team diversity as a cross-level moderating variable

By Meir Shemla, PhD

This Dissertation Award honors a recent dissertation by someone whose research on small groups seems especially promising. The winner is announced and the prize is conferred at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association. Included in the award are $500, a plaque, and a three-year membership in the Division.

The 2010 Dissertation Award winner is Meir Shemla, whose dissertation is titled, "Broadening Team Composition Research by Conceptualizing Team Diversity as a Cross-Level Moderating Variable".