A central activity of the European Association, the EASP Summer School provides a unique educational opportunity for students to learn about theory, methodology, and research design in social psychology. SPSP will select five students for the next session taking place this summer in Zurich, Switzerland. The application portal for SPSP members is available through January 15.
Don’t miss your chance to mingle and network with convention attendees at one of Atlanta’s most popular attractions on Thursday night, March 1, from 7:30 – 10:00 PM. Advance tickets are $30 ($15 for students) and include full admission to all galleries and exhibits, a drink ticket, and hors d’oeuvres. Group tickets are available. Contact Nate Wambold at email@example.com for more details.
These small-group sessions with our subject matter experts and thought leaders provide a unique opportunity to gain insights into the worlds of academia, research, and publishing, and other career-related topics. Space is limited and preregistration is required, so don’t wait to sign up for your preferred event.
With over 3,000 attendees expected in Atlanta this March, the convention provides a great opportunity for leaders to interview or network with highly skilled and motivated candidates for current and future positions. Accepted listings will be visible through the online program and mobile app for attendees to view and contact you. Submit your listing today!
Looking for a more in-depth, hands-on learning experience during the convention? These longer workshop sessions give you the opportunity to dig deeper on a specific topic and gain practical knowledge and skills in the process. There is no additional cost to attend, but space is limited and pre-application is required, so don’t wait to sign up!
Register today for the 2018 Annual Convention in Atlanta! Discounted registration fees are offered until January 15. Also, some of this year’s preconferences are reaching capacity, so register soon to get your top choice.
Inside the Grant Panel (formerly known as Q&pAy) will take place on Saturday, March 3 at our convention in Atlanta. Open to any current SPSP member or student, the winner will receive $5,000 for their research and two runners-up will each receive $2,500. Applications close January 12, 2018. To be eligible, you or your co-applicant must be able to attend the convention.
This year’s convention will be held entirely at our adjoining host hotels – the Hyatt Regency and Marriott Marquis. Housing in the discounted block is getting very limited, so secure your room quickly.
This month we chat with Dr. Sylvia Perry, assistant professor with the Department of Psychology at Northwestern University. Her research investigates how biases are learned, how biased beliefs can “spread,” and how people who admit their biases are perceived by others.
Michael LaFerney, a registered nurse, mental health counselor and adjunct professor of psychology at Quincy College in Quincy, MA, has received the 2017 Dr. Marilyn White Barry Graduate Alumni Award from his alma mater, Bridgewater State University. Congratulations Michael!
Edited by University of Massachusetts Amherst professor and SPSP member Linda Tropp, this newly released volume features many leading researchers from our field. It is designed as a 'how-to' guide for academics who seek to become more engaged with public audiences.
Experience policy-making on the front lines of Washington. Spend a year on Capitol Hill or with one of the executive branch science agencies as an APA-sponsored fellow. Placement opportunities include NIH, NSF, DOE and DOJ. Or work on the staff of a member of Congress or with a congressional committee. Hurry – the deadline for all applicants is January 5, 2018.