Becky Reichard (Behavioral and Organizational Sciences) won best paper finalist in several categories at the Academy of Management conference in Boston, along with PhD student Maren Dollwet. The paper was “Cross-cultural psychological capital: A validation study,” and was the recipient of AoM Best Paper Proceedings award, Skolkovo best paper award finalist in the International Management Division, and OB/HRM/OT best paper award finalist. Another student, Natasha Wilder, presented “Training cross-cultural leadership skills: Building psychological capital,” co-authored with Reichard, M. Condren, S. Serrano, and W. Wang, at the American Psychological Association in Orlando. Reichard also presented “Longitudinal research on early predictors of adult leadership,” with A.W. Gottfried, A.E. Gottfried, D.W. Guerin, P.H. Oliver, and R.E. Riggio, at Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) in San Diego.