K-State Thomas A. Wright Fellow of the American Psychological Association

‘One way to K-State to make a top 100 or even top 50 national ranking university is to attract and retain researchers who are widely recognized by their peers. It ‘was really humbling to know that many schools do not have the leading researchers that have been granted in stock the three organizations. I am very proud to bring this positive recognition of K-State. ‘Thomas A. Wright, Kansas State University President Jon Wefald Leadership in Business Administration, was elected a Fellow of the American Psychological Association.

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To participate, individuals must have made outstanding contributions in the field of psychology and the work of that person must have had a national impact in the field of psychology.

He is best known for his innovative ideas on the psychological well-being, which could affect job performance and turnover. It ‘was published in many important business and social science journals, and has been widely quoted in the press, radio and television, including Time magazine, the Wall Street Journal, the Los Angeles Times, New York Times, USA Today, New York Daily News, Science Daily, Science Week and many others.

The award-winning teaching and research awards, he was also associate editor for the management of the two top journals, the Journal of Management and the Journal of Organizational Behavior.