What motivates people to believe in conspiracy theories or join extremist groups? We interviewed two SPSP student members to learn more!
The SPSP Student committee collected data on the behind the scenes experiences of publishing, and here’s what people said!
Student Committee Presents Diversity Webinar
Register now for this October 9 virtual event. Guest speakers will be sharing their experiences, skills, and resources to assist members and others in learning about ways to become a better advocate. This is an opportunity to exchange ideas on DEI initiatives and resources to bring back to your departments.
SPSP has a new resource to connect members. Sign-up for a Zoom discussion on a variety of topics. A few slots for the discussion on the 2020 election tomorrow are still open (4-5pm ET).
The Student Committee is surveying social and personality psychology Ph.D. and master's graduates who have recently been active on the nonacademic job market. The results will be featured in an upcoming issue of SPSPotlight. The deadline to complete this brief survey is October 20. If you know anyone who has been on the nonacademic job market, please forward the link to them!
Undergraduate students from underrepresented backgrounds interested in a virtual research experience during the summer of 2021 are encouraged to apply by November 1.
Support is available for members with significant financial need who might not be able to attend the convention. Any member with one or more dependents requiring childcare, elder care, or care due to disability, is eligible for this support.
Student members with financial challenges can apply for assistance here. The amount of support available will be dependent on the number of individuals who “sponsor a student” as part of their registration. Students may support fellow students, too, by adding this option when registering.