Dr. Philip Bobko has a B.S in mathematics from MIT and a PhD in statistics from Cornell University. He has served as principal scientist on the FAA’s five-year project to reconstruct the selection system for all U.S. air traffic controllers, as advisor for the Army’s nine-year job analysis and selection project, and currently serves as principal scientist for the Air Force’s Trust and Human-Machine Teaming (TAHMT) five-year effort. He has published two books and over 100 articles in personnel psychology, organizational behavior, research methods, and human factors. He has also won and been nominated for a variety of teaching awards, served the Academy of Management in various roles, and served as editor for the Journal of Applied Psychology. He may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.