IOHRM Graduate Student Matthew Laske is Selected as a Cambridge Center Distinguished Scholar

The Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies™ is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to advance the scientific study of behavior and its humane application to the solution of practical problems, including the prevention and relief of human suffering. The Cambridge Center was founded by Dr. Robert Epstein in 1981.

To achieve this mission, the Center has three goals: To create and deliver trustworthy information on high-quality behavioral services and science around the world, to promote global collaboration among behavioral organizations, and to improve the future of behavioral science by educating and developing the next wave of behavioral scientists and practitioners.

Matthew Laske was chosen to join the prestigious Distinguished Scholars group for his work in improving safety conditions in the workplace. The Cambridge Center’s Safety division is dedicated to assisting organizations in developing a behavioral-based safety program. They provide training and evaluation, and organizations can gain world-class accreditation through the center. In his work with the center, Matthew is collecting and analyzing the data of various companies that have been accredited by the center, in order to provide demonstrable results to organizations wishing to learn more about the benefits of a behavioral safety approach.

Congratulations, Matthew!

Published: Oct 6, 2019 9:47am