Work/Life Adjustments in the Age of COVID-19
Teaching online, remote work, homeschooling—our personal and professional lives have been altered in unfamiliar ways. The Early Career Committee has compiled some tips and resources to help ease the transition.
Call for Poster Submissions
Organizers of the Summer Psychology Forum's Health Disparities and Dynamics Modeling conferences seek poster submissions for their July meetings taking place in Minneapolis.
Apply for an SPF Travel Award
Funding for travel to Minneapolis for the Summer Psychology Forum is available for grad students and teachers and mentors who work primarily with undergrads.
Member Spotlight: Laura P. Naumann
Laura P. Naumann is an associate professor of psychology at Nevada State College. Her research examines how the interaction of one's culture and personality predict important behaviors and life outcomes.
#SPSP2020 Symposia Coverage
Explore some of the fascinating research that came out of the annual meeting in New Orleans, covered by a team of SPSP student writers.
Why Do Groups Protect Immoral Members?
When a group member behaves immorally, some will prioritize protecting their group over other moral principles. A recent post from the SPSP blog examines the question: Who are these people?
Research Grant Primer
Finding sources of funding can be incredibly hard. Three members who have had success in this area shared their experiences securing government and foundation funding in a recent #SPSPchat.
Wall of Fame Nominations Now Open
The Heritage Wall of Fame honors many of the great contributors to the field. Their work and influence is recognized with contributions to the Heritage Fund by their peers. Nominate a cherished mentor or friend today!
Annual Awards Portal Now Open
The Annual Awards recognize contributions to the field of personality and social psychology. Awardees will be recognized at the 2021 Convention. Nominate yourself or a colleague before June 1.
Apply for a Community Catalyst Grant
Support is available to assist SPSP members from underrepresented groups in their efforts to develop and host meetings to build community and develop professional skills. Applications are due May 1.