Preparing Students for Diverse Careers in Our Science
Guest Columnist and APS Fellow Sian L. Beilock discusses an initiative to teach PhD students about the value that their skills can have beyond academia.
Alienating the Audience: How Abbreviations Hamper Scientific Communication
Consistent with the movement toward open science, three researchers call for ending the often confusing and off-putting use of abbreviations in scientific communication.
Professors’ Influence on Display in APS Membership Initiative
A new effort geared towards mentoring professors leads thousands of new students to join APS for 2017.
You Need Technology to Survive Graduate School
Having trouble figuring out ways to organize your graduate school workload? This article introduces you to some of the key applications that can help you survive and thrive throughout your experience.
European Psychology Learning and Teaching Conference
The School of Education of the Paris Lodron University of Salzburg is hosting the next European Psychology Learning and Teaching (EUROPLAT) Conference on September 18–20, 2017 in Salzburg, Austria. The main theme of the conference
Reenvisioning Graduate School
Carolyn Davies envisions ways that graduate programs and students can improve graduate training and empower other students.