The future looks bright for the field of psychological science. The Observer presents the 2013 class of movers and shakers, young luminaries who are propelling science into new directions. This marks the first of a multi-part series, so you can look forward to reading about more stars throughout the spring.
The APS Student Caucus is a representative body of the student affiliates of the Association for Psychological Science. As such, the APSSC is committed to the goals of that organization, which are to promote, protect, and advance the interests of scientifically oriented psychology in research, application, and the improvement of human welfare. Learn more
Each year at the APS Convention, the Student Caucus presents a wide array of programming for students and early-career professionals. In addition to our three Naked Truth panels, two research awards symposia, journal editors' panel, and our ever-popular Champions of Psychological Science event, the Convention is an opportunity for us to connect with our membership and receive feedback on our programs. Learn more
Throughout the year, APSSC provides students with opportunities for publication as well as publications geared towards their needs. As members of the Caucus you will have access to the APSSC "E-News", the "Undergraduate Update", APSSC Student Notebook, and the quarterly Champions of Psychology. Learn more
There are many wonderful opportunities within APS for students to be recognized in the form of grants, awards, and symposia. Students can participate in the Student Grant or Rise Research Competitions or apply for the Student Research or The Psi Chi | APS Albert Bandura Graduate Research Award. Learn more
As members of the APSSC, there are several wonderful ways for you to get involved. Take advantage by joining the Researching Injustice and Social Equality (RISE) group or become a local campus representative and recruit other students to join. Learn More
The APSSC Online Funding Database is a collection of potential funding sources for students in psychology. There are over 160 sources in the database, and it includes funding opportunities in diverse locations all over the world. Learn More