AWARD OF COLLEGE FELLOWSHIP TO PHILIP DEWE BY BIRKBECK UNIVERSITY OF LONDON
A Fellowship of the College is one of the oldest and highest honours that Birkbeck University of London can bestow on one of its members. It has awarded such a Fellowship to our friend and esteemed colleague Professor Philip Dewe. Philip also holds a Fellowship of the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology awarded last year.
The College has written “Philip Dewe is Professor of Organisational Behaviour in the Department of Organizational Psychology and Deputy Director of the new Centre for Sustainable Working Life. Having joined the College from Massey University in his native New Zealand in 2000, for 11 years Professor Dewe also gave outstanding service to Birkbeck as Vice-Master, stepping down from the role in summer 2014. While this now allows him more time for his research interests, which include work stress and coping, emotions and human resource accounting, he continues to contribute to the College as Pro-Vice-Master for Special Projects. Among his many achievements as Vice-Master has been Professor Dewe’s work in Stratford, east London, which culminated in the opening of the University Square Stratford campus in November 2013.”
His recent publications include two very worthwhile books in occupational health psychology:
Dewe, P., O’Driscoll, M., & Cooper, C. (2010). Coping with work stress: A review and critique. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
Dewe, P., & Cooper C. (2012). Well-being and work: Towards a balanced agenda. Basingstoke: Palgrave-Macmillan. Our congratulations to Philip.
Read more at: http://www.bbk.ac.uk/about-us/fellows/philip-dewe ________________________________________________________