Students surveyed identified maintaining a work-life balance, time management, and dealing with the effects of video call fatigue as some of the major challenges for graduate students during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically disrupted labor markets around the world. Graduate students recently on the job market share their experiences seeking both academic and nonacademic work during the past year.
The two-day collaborative experience scheduled for July 6 - 8 has transitioned to a virtual format. Programming will focus on the Dynamics Modeling Forum, with the Health Disparities Forum postponed to Summer 2022. Poster presentations for the Dynamics Modeling Forum are now being accepted – the deadline to submit is April 27.
Join panel members Yasemin Gülsüm Acar (University of Dundee), Rosanna Guadagno (Stanford University) and Johanna Vollhardt (Clark University) on Tuesday, May 4, 2pm - 3 pm EST on Twitter for a conversation around activism in academia.
Applications are now open for the following 2021 Student Awards:
Provides assistance to a graduate student from an underrepresented background.
Provides assistance with the cost of conducting dissertation research in personality and social psychology.
Grants up to $2,000 are available to SPSP members in their efforts to develop community and professional development among members of groups currently underrepresented in the field.
Application Period: Now – June 1