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PSPI Live: Developmental Science Research Informs Juvenile Justice


The field of juvenile justice in the United States has gone through significant changes over the past 20 years thanks to its collaboration with developmental science. PSPI Live brings together the authors of a forthcoming

Speakers: Elizabeth Cauffman, Frank Davis, Maria Hernandez, Tamika Williams

PSPI Live: Reducing the Stigma of Addiction: Pathways and Barriers


Understanding the factors that contribute to substance dependence can be helpful to eliminate stigma against addiction. Hear from Anne Catherine Krendl, the author of “Stigma Toward Substance Dependence: Causes, Consequences, and Potential Interventions” (Krendl &amp

Speakers: Anne Krendl, Rachael Cooper, Seth Mnookin

APSSC Student Grant Review Webinar


Join APSSC Student Board members Kunalan Manokara, Ryan Hodge, and previous reviewer Heather Kissel to be trained on reviewing for APSSC grants!

Speakers: Heather Kissel, Kunalan Manokara, Ryan Hodge

APSSC Student Award Review Webinar


Join APSSC Student Board member Anna Drozdova and previous award reviewers Gregory Hollenbeck and Andrew Lee to be trained on reviewing for APSSC awards!

Campus Representative Congress I


APSSC Membership and Volunteer Officer Bria Gresham and APS Student Programs Manager Tyler Boomershine met with current and prospective Campus Representatives for our first ever Campus Representative Congress. Rally Week, ICPS and Annual convention submissions

Utilizing Pathway Programs Along Your Academic Journey


Helping others achieve academic success is Dr. Rihana Mason’s passion and raising the awareness of academic pathways for underrepresented minorities is her mission. The co-founder of Academic Pipeline Programs and co-author of the newly published

Speaker: Rihana Mason