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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.
We’re now accepting applications for preconferences to be held on Thursday, March 1, 2018 before the SPSP Annual Convention kicks off in Atlanta, GA. These day-long sessions of networking, learning, and discussion focus specifically on various subcategories of our field. These intensive preconferences are one of the highlights of the convention experience each year. Preconference content is chosen and organized by our members and this programming comes to life with the logistical support of the SPSP Central Office staff.
It’s that time of year again! Time to start planning your submissions for #SPSP2018! SPSP invites proposals for symposia, professional development, and individual presentations for the Nineteenth Annual Convention of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP) to be held March 1-3 in Atlanta, Georgia. We welcome submissions across a range of topics relevant to personality and social psychology.
Linda J. Skitka elected to serve as president of the world’s largest society of social and personality psychology researchers WASHINGTON, DC—Linda J. Skitka, Professor of Psychology at the University of Illinois at Chicago, has been elected the 2019 president of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP). Skitka will serve as SPSP’s president‐elect in 2018 and past president in 2020.                       
NON-ACADEMIC INTERNSHIP LISTINGS Apply your skills and learn new ones!

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