SPSP members share their advice on seeking out academic collaboration by communicating your research interests at conferences and on listserves or by proactively pursuing a specific project or collaborator.
As you’re considering pursuing graduate work in social-personality psychology, it can help to solidify your research interests, do your research on and reach out to principle investigators and their labs, ask for advice from current graduate students, and more.
Brenda Straka, a first-year graduate student at Duke University, has joined the SPSPotlight team! Learn more about Brenda’s research interests, including biracial identity formation, and her background and hobbies.
When you serve as a reviewer for SPSP’s student awards, you’ll gain editorial experience in the peer-review process, supplement your CV, and give back to your research community. Apply before the 9/22 deadline!
January 15, 2018 – SPSP 2018 Annual Convention Early Bird registration deadline – registering by this date saves you up to $120 off the regular student member registration rate. Plus, as a student member, you save up to $330 off the nonmember registration rate!