Student Notebook: To Work or Not to Work
Meghan Davenport explores how full-time work can set up budding psychological researchers for success in graduate school.
For Marginalized Grad Students, a Guide to the “Hidden Curriculum”
DiSSECT is an innovative effort to facilitate antiracist progress in graduate education.
How to Navigate Conflict With Your Research Adviser
APS Authors/Members: Jay J. Van Bavel and Leah H. Somerville We all know mentor-mentee relationships can be tricky. This crucial topic was brought into relief for Jay when he served on a panel that discussed
Path to My Postdoc: Creating Collaborative Connections
Researchers shared their experiences with the postdoctoral process, including applications, securing funding, and the value of publications.
Student Notebook: Applying to Graduate School During a Global Pandemic
COVID-19 restrictions have significantly altered the grad school application process, but have also opened new avenues for communication online.
Student Notebook: Advice for Future Graduate Students
For psychology students who want to become clinicians or go into the academic realm of research and teaching, the next logical step is finding the ideal graduate program.