One of the new preconferences being offered at SPSP 2019 had its genesis in a symposium at the 2017 SPSP Convention in San Antonio. Its organizers explain why it was the right time to further explore the important subject of sexual violence.
The next Summer Institute for Social and Personality Psychology is coming to New York University in 2019. Learn more about the outstanding lineup of instructors, courses and workshops being offered to SPSP graduate members.
Already Registered for SPSP 2019? This year’s program offers five Deep Dive Workshops. These sessions provide in-depth learning experiences for a variety of audiences. To allow for an optimal learning environment, space is limited at workshops, and an application to attend is required.
Once again, SPSP is offering its members the opportunity to hone their opinion-writing skills through one of the training programs developed by the OpEd Project. Thirty members will be selected to attend their "Write to Change the World" seminar. Members who have received their PhD prior to the training are eligible for consideration. Deadline to apply is November 12.
Offered bi-annually, this intensive, two-week summer experience offers unique courses and workshops led by the top researchers and teachers in the field. 100 pre-doctoral students will be selected to attend the July 2019 Institute at New York University. Applications open November 1.
SPSP is creating an online, searchable directory of personality and social psychology graduate programs. To be included in the initial launch, be sure to have your program’s director submit a listing by November 5.
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 professor of social psychology at the University of Bern, Switzerland, Sczesny’s research focuses on the various causes and consequences of stereotypes and prejudice and examines how people perceive and evaluate members of underrepresented groups using interdisciplinary and cross-cultural perspectives.
This award from the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford and SAGE Publishing recognizes outstanding achievement in the behavioral and social sciences that advance our understanding of pressing social issues. Congratulations Carol!