Professor Janine Bosak named Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences
Professor Janine Bosak has been conferred the award of Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences along with 37 other leading social scientists. New Fellows are recognised, after an independent peer review process, for the excellence and impact of their work and their wider contributions to the social sciences for public benefit.
Professor of Work & Organizational Psychology at DCU Business School, and Director of Research of the Leadership and Talent Institute (LTI) at DCU, Janine also currently serves as Executive Committee Member of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP).
Janine completed her PhD with summa cum laude at the Department for Psychology, University of Bern/Switzerland. During her doctorate, Janine worked at the Northwestern University/USA and at the University of Cambridge/UK as a visiting research scholar. Prior to joining DCU as a lecturer in 2009, she was a Postdoctoral Researcher and Lecturer in Psychology at the Universities of Bern and Fribourg in Switzerland. Janine was also a visiting Research Fellow at Boston University/USA in 2015, a James M. Flaherty Visiting Professor at HEC Montreal/Canada in 2016.
Janine conducts research, teaches and consults in the areas of 1.) Women and Leadership; and 2.) Employee Well-being in Organizations. She is also a certified and trained coach who advances the systemic and solution-focused approach to coaching.
Professor Roger Goodman, President of the Academy of Social Sciences, said:
“We are delighted to welcome 37 talented Fellows to the Academy this Spring. Our new Fellows have been selected for the excellence of their research, impact, thought leadership, and the practical application of social science to real world problems. I congratulate them all and look forward to collaborating with them in promoting high quality social science in the UK and across the world.”
The Academy’s Fellowship is made up of distinguished individuals from academic, public and private sectors, across the full breadth of the social sciences. Through leadership, scholarship, applied research, policymaking and practice, they have helped to deepen the understanding of, and address, some of the toughest challenges facing our society and the world. The Academy comprises over 1400 Fellows, 46 Member Learned Societies and a number of affiliates. Collectively, this extensive community of over 90,000 social scientists has helped establish the UK’s position as a global leader in the social sciences.
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