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In recognition of June as LGBT Pride month, SPSP interviewed four members whose research focuses on the LGBTQ+ population. Enoch Leung, Eric Russell, Florien Cramwinckel, and Harrison Oakes shared how they came to be interested in their current areas of research, talked about their research and findings, and shared the relevance of their work to LGBT Pride month.  Enoch Leung
SPSP asked Craig Fisher, the Senior Legislative and Federal Affairs Officer at the American Psychological Association, how APA has been responding to the current political administration and budget. He provided the below resources and information, which we thought would be of interest to SPSP members: Resources to Advocate for Science:
New Community Catalyst Grant and POC Connect! Group SPSP would like to announce the launch of two new initiatives designed to help build community and support for SPSP members from diverse backgrounds.
The SPSP Student Committee has created a skills checklist to help graduate students become more competitive for jobs in academia. The video below explains why there is a need for this checklist, and introduces the tool. The checklist below includes skills, an assessment of your current level of proficiency with each skill, an assessment of the extent to which developing each skill is a priority, and an identification of sources of support to help in developing each skill.

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