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New Community for SPSP Members at Primarily Undergraduate Institutions

The online community is a new resource for PUI faculty as well as graduate students considering these institutions for their career path.

Flourish: A Retreat for Pre-tenure Faculty of Color

Held after SPSP2020 in New Orleans, the gathering featured a diverse group of tenure-track professors of color at different points in their career.

2020 Leadership Elections Set to Begin

Full, Early Career and Retired members with a doctorate in psychology and dues paid through December 31, 2020, are eligible to vote!

SPSP Call for Proposals: National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology (NITOP)

SPSP is sending one member to present at the 2021 NITOP (National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology) conference in St. Pete Beach, Florida.

Grant Helps Southeast Asian Psychologists Form Community Group

A large refugee community in the U.S., Southeast Asians face unique challenges. Three social and personality psychologists created a space at SPSP 2020 to help them connect.

Working from Home: 8 Tips for Boosting Productivity

Working from home and high productivity are not mutually exclusive. Here are 8 suggestions for academics and others who are working remotely.

Update on COVID-19 and the 2020 SPSP Annual Convention

It’s hard to believe we were in New Orleans for SPSP 2020. Since that time, the landscape of our society has shifted dramatically.

eDialogue: A Look Back at 2019

In case you missed it, here’s a look back at some of eDialogue's most popular content from last year.

Introducing the Early Career Committee!

Meet the first members of this new committee and learn more about their ideas and plans for supporting the needs of early career researchers.