Skill development, constructive feedback and emotional support are just some of the potential benefits of a graduate/undergraduate mentoring relationship. Here, two pairs of our student members share their insights into how these relationships can benefit both sides.
With the public’s increased interest in applied psychology, new PhD programs that blend social and industrial/organizational psychology are forming and attracting more students. Leslie Ashburn-Nardo, head of a new program at IUPUI, shares her thoughts on why more students might consider this path.
There are 31 unique preconference events being held on February 7th ahead of the SPSP 2019 Convention Opening. Make sure to register for your preconference before your topic fills up. Save $25 when you register for a preconference and SPSP 2019 Convention! Many preconferences are accepting presentation submissions, all preconferences have details listed here.
Proposals are needed for our inaugural Summer Psychology Forum being held in St Louis this August. This is your chance to design programming around your own innovative theme and work with our staff to bring your idea to life. Submit your proposal here by October 31.
The winner of this award—the National Science Foundation’s highest honor for early-career researchers—will receive a research grant of $1,000,000 over a five-year period. Nominations are due by October 22, 2018.
Small grants up to $10,000 are available to members to help support the development of small conferences relevant to the field. New communities forming within the broader SPSP membership are encouraged to apply.
A graduate student at Bar Ilan University in Israel, Haran Sened works with Dr. Eshkol Rafaeli’s Affect and Relationships Lab on research that examines empathic accuracy – our capacity to understand another person’s thoughts, feelings and moods.