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SPSPotlight: April 2019

April 2019

Graduate school requires lots of writing—applications, manuscripts, journals. At the recent Portland convention, five pros offered tips for upping your game.
 
What would you like to see in future editions of SPSPotlight? Please take a moment to complete this brief survey and let us know your thoughts!
 
Recently added to our YouTube channel: the Presidential Plenary Behavior is Worth 1,000 Words and Out of the Lab with Laura King.
 
SPSP News
 
Our Big Data Forum will combine elements of a scientific conference and a hands-on workshop. Join us August 2 - 4 in St. Louis!
 
Honor a professor or mentor or recognize a contribution to the field of personality and social psychology. Hurry - the nomination portal closes June 1.
 
Named in memory of UCLA professor Jenessa Shapiro, two awards of $1000 will be given to students from underrepresented backgrounds. Apply by June 1.
 
Nominations are also being accepted for the Outstanding Research and Heritage Dissertation Awards. Deadline to apply is June 1.
 
We've updated this section of our website with new programs and deadlines for undergraduates from underrepresented backgrounds considering grad school.
 
This SPSP database features interesting non-academic internships in areas such as public policy, user experience, data analytics, and market research.
 
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