On Spanning the Borders
In her final column as APS President, Suparna Rajaram celebrates the new scientific perspectives and advances resulting from the organization’s ongoing international expansion.
On Collaborations: The Challenges
APS President Suparna Rajaram shares some thoughts on the challenges associated with collaborations, and continues her conversations with early investigators.
On Collaborations: The Opportunities
When is a good time to collaborate on a research project instead of going it alone? APS President Suparna Rajaram offers some thoughts to help you decide.
The Memories of Memory Researchers
APS President Suparna Rajaram asks four internationally renowned psychological scientists, including APS Past President Henry L. (Roddy) Roediger, III, APS Board Member Dorthe Berntsen, APS Fellow Qi Wang, and Charan Ranganath, about the paths that led them to shape how we study and understand human memory.
Pursuing Questions at the Heart of Identity
APS Past Board Member Jennifer Richeson talks with APS President Suparna Rajaram about the factors that led her into a career studying topics such as inequality, discrimination, race, class, and gender identity.
An Unwavering Commitment to Science
APS Fellow Lynn Nadel talks with APS President Suparna Rajaram about his journey to an illustrious career studying the brain and memory.