River Cities I-O (RCIO)
Understanding Climate and Culture @ Work
October 27-28, 2017
The Master’s of Science program in Industrial-Organizational (I-O) Psychology and the Department of Psychology at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga are pleased to invite you to attend the 13th Annual River Cities I-O (RCIO) Psychology Conference in beautiful Chattanooga, TN October 27-28, 2017. The RCIO conference is a highly professional, yet student-friendly event focused on providing conference attendees with a positive and an encouraging conference experience. Conference evaluations from graduate student and professional attendees consistently indicate that RCIO is among the most positive and rewarding mini-conference experiences they have each year. We hope you will give RCIO a try this year for yourself; see what you think!
Each year, the RCIO conference is tailored to a particular theme relevant to I-O or more general applied psychology. The focus of the 2017 conference is on climate and culture theory, research, and practice within organizational settings (think broadly).
Learn more about this conference series by exploring this website and our archives. You can also get a sense for the feel and experience of RCIO by reading a letter of support written by Dr. Paul Muchinsky (click here).
Special thanks to our recent RCIO sponsors, whose support has helped to sustain this conference series:
- Shaw Floors (2016, 2017)
- TVA (2015, 2017)
- HealthSouth (2017)
- First Tennessee Bank (2017)
- UTC's Doctoral Program in Learning & Leadership (2015, 2016)
- Vikus (2015)
- Unum (2015)
- MTSU's COHRE (2015-2017)
- Industrial Psychologists Incorporated (2015)
The River Cities I-O Psychology (RCIO) Conference Series is an annual outreach and education initiative managed by UTC's Master's in I-O Psychology degree program. Click the "RCIO" button on the left navigation bar and follow the links for direct access to more info about RCIO past and present. If you're interested in learning more about past RCIO events, please check out the RCIO Conference Archive.