The dissertation can be a daunting prospect. Three recent and soon-to-be graduates share their stories of planning, process, and preparation.
The SPSP Student Committee surveyed master’s, Ph.D., and soon-to-be graduates who were recently on the job market for positions outside of academia to hear about their experiences.
SPSP's two-day collaborative experience is scheduled to take place this summer in Minneapolis, MN. We are also exploring options for a hybrid and virtual program as we closely monitor guidance from health officials and local conditions. We will make necessary adjustments to ensure the health, well-being, and safety of our meeting attendees.
The SPSP Government Relations Committee seeks short narratives summarizing how social psychological research can help address society’s most pressing issues. Authors of the two best submissions will participate in COSSA’s upcoming virtual Social Science Advocacy Day. Submit by March 28.
A few spots remain for March Free-Form Fridays, including an opportunity to meet with Michael Robinson, editor of PSPB.
SPSP has compiled listings for non-academic internships that may be of interest to our students.
Changes at SPSPotlight
This marks the final issue for Co-Editor Hasagani Tissera. Thank you for your two years of service and an amazing job! Our new co-editor Sharlene Fernandes joins Katie Austin next month. Welcome Sharlene!