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The university is a great place to learn about prejudice — firsthand. The prejudice that I'm talking about is so deeply ingrained in the nature of universities and other large organizations that it is not recognized as a near kin of racism, sexism, ageism, or the other "isms" that can be found in the appendix of most general psychology texts. Perhaps it is not surprising that academic psychologists have avoided even naming the prejudice that is openly practiced on our own campuses and within our own discipline. What I am talking about is department-ism. ... More>
Establishing a research career at a small liberal arts college can be challenging, but small colleges can also provide unique opportunities. ... More>
Don’t forget to stroll through the Exhibit Hall at the APS Convention where you will find books, equipment, software, professional opportunities, and, of course, free promotional items and giveaways. ... More>
Psychology departments and land-grant institutions are equipped to face myriad challenges in a changing educational landscape. ... More>
We often have opportunities to learn and guide our academic peers — why not get the most out of it? ... More>