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A world-renowned social psychologist is remembered for her inspiring mentorship and her groundbreaking research on nonverbal behavior and interpersonal judgments. ... More>
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is offering three new funding opportunities which will be distributed through a newly established Diversity Program Consortium and are designed to address the lack of diversity in the biomedical research community. ... More>
Mentoring a less experienced colleague can be a demanding task. How your company operates as a whole can have significant bearing on whether the mentor/protégé bond flourishes or flounders. ... More>
APS Student Caucus President James J. Hodge writes about the possibilities for students getting involved with APSSC as well as the Caucus' plans for the future. ... More>
Spending the summer months garnering external lab experience as an intern or research assistant can be a valuable undertaking for undergraduates in pursuit of graduate school admission. ... More>