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Ask Department of Education to Forgive Student Loan Debt 05/03/2024

Students! The public comment period for the Department of Education to provide psychologists with student debt relief is now open through May 17th. Please take a few moments to comment

Ask Department of Education to Forgive Student Loan Debt Take 10 minutes today to tell the Department of Education to provide psychologists with student debt relief. After the Supreme Court blocked President Biden’s initial plan to provide broad-based student debt cancellation, the administration is...

04/05/2024

Join for the virtual APA Psychology Graduate School Fair on Wednesday, April 17th from noon-4pm (Eastern)! APA staff will be available on the platform from 10am-noon to answer general graduate school questions prior to the recruitment event at noon. Registration for all prospective psychology graduate students is FREE
https://www.careereco.com/events/APA

03/22/2024

leaders advocating for graduate student issues at the APA Spring Consolidated Meeting

03/04/2024

Apply for the APPIC Cynthia Belar Scholarship by March 31st!

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02/16/2024
APA Board Nominations 01/18/2024

Students! APA is now allowing students to serve on most APA boards & committees. Don't miss this opportunity to serve in APA leadership, make connections with other leaders in the field, & enhance your leadership skills.
Deadline to apply: January 31

APA Board Nominations Call for Nominations for the APA Board of Directors and Committee for the Advancement of General Applied Psychology

Resource Guide for Psychology Graduate Students of Color 01/11/2024

Students of color, please check out the updated APAGS Resource Guide for Psychology Graduate Students of Color. This guide is an important resource to help students of color navigate graduate school, regardless of where they are in their training. A special thanks to the APAGS-CARED 2022 and 2023 cohorts for all of their hard work in the development of this revised guide.

Resource Guide for Psychology Graduate Students of Color This resource is designed to help psychology students of color successfully navigate graduate school by addressing some of the challenges that may arise during training and provides advice and guidance around things not taught in graduate school.

APAGS Psychological Science Research Grant (PSRG) 12/08/2023

Apply for the APAGS Psychological Science Research Grant by Jan. 31! This $1,000 grant provides support for graduate students conducting psychological science research studies, with additional funding reserved specifically for diversity-focused research.

APAGS Psychological Science Research Grant (PSRG) Provides support for four graduate students conducting psychological science research studies.

Science Training Sessions 11/07/2023

Join us for free science training sessions with experts in the field on the following topics:
• mediation analysis with PROCESS – Nov. 8
• moderation analysis with PROCESS – Nov. 15
• technical foundations of generative artificial intelligence with applications to measurement – Nov. 30
Learn more and register!

Science Training Sessions Science training sessions focus on the integration of new tools and techniques to support cutting edge psychological research.

Vote in APAGS elections 10/04/2023

Calling all members! It's time to vote for your next APAGS leaders! Check out the elections page to read candidate statements and to get info on how to cast your ballot.

Vote in APAGS elections Vote for open positions in the APAGS election.

American Psychological Association (APA) Psychology Graduate School Fair: November 2, 2023 10/02/2023

APA is hosting a Psychology Graduate School Fair!
When: November 2, 12-6pm ET
FREE registration!
More than 50 institutions have signed up to recruit current undergrads & grad students seeking to further their education. Register today!

American Psychological Association (APA) Psychology Graduate School Fair: November 2, 2023 American Psychological Association (APA) Psychology Graduate School Fair November 2, 2023 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM Pacific

09/27/2023

APA is an institutional member of Scholars at Risk (SAR) as well as a member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and Human Rights Coalition. These organizations recently reached out to request that we share this ongoing call for temporary opportunities for scholars (including psychologists) who are currently under threat in their home countries.

Specifically, SAR is continuously seeking institutions who would consider welcoming threatened scholars to a temporary position at their campus as professors, researchers, lecturers, visiting scholars, post-docs, graduate fellows or students. The terms of each visit (which typically range from 3 months to 2years) are arranged on a case-by-case basis considering the needs and abilities of the scholar and institution. Host institutions are asked to identify funding to support the visit.

To learn more about this program, or to receive detailed information on a potential scholar, contact SAR at [email protected]

gradPSYCH Blog 09/26/2023

Many journals offer the opportunity to contribute commentaries, but many graduate students are uncertain about how to write one or think these are reserved for senior career scientists. This couldn’t be farther from the truth, so we wrote a blog post to demystify the process and help you get started!

gradPSYCH Blog APA's Food for Thought for Psychology Students

09/15/2023

Are you a or education student looking for an ? The Center for Psychology in Schools and Education (CPSE) at APA is accepting applications for three remote academic credit/unpaid internship positions. These are open to those currently enrolled in a bachelor's program (or higher education preferred) in psychology, education, or related fields. Apply here: https://lnkd.in/df5iKJ7U.

Questions? Reach out to [email protected].

08/30/2023

Don’t forget to apply by this Friday, September 1 5pm EST for a position on the committee or one of our subcommittees. Here’s why one of our current leaders, Troy, joined.

CABE Essay Competition 08/23/2023

🚨 Funding Alert for Undergrads🚨
The APA Committee on Associate & Baccalaureate Education will give out 2 awards of $250 to undergrads who submit the best essays on the theme of Thriving in Careers with an Associate or Bachelor's Degree.
Deadline: Oct 10

CABE Essay Competition Students are invited to write an essay of no more than 750 words that addresses the topic of careers in psychology with an associate or bachelor’s degree in psychology.

APAGS Asked the 2023 APA Presidential Candidates Questions about Grad Student Issues…. Here is What they Shared 08/22/2023

Grad Students! Did you know that if you have been an APA member for more than 1 year, you are now eligible to vote in APA Elections? asked the 2023 APA Presidential candidates questions about student issues...here are their responses

APAGS Asked the 2023 APA Presidential Candidates Questions about Grad Student Issues…. Here is What they Shared 2023 is a huge year for graduate students in APA! For the first time, Graduate students that have been APA members for at least one year can vote for the 2023 APA President-Elect, APA Board of Dire…

08/16/2023

Interested in joining ? Check out why one of our current leaders joined! Apply for a position on our committee or one of our subcommittees by 5pm EST, September 1st!
https://tinyurl.com/48cc3h6z

08/11/2023

Here’s another great reason to apply for a position on from the APAGS chair ! Apply for September 1. https://tinyurl.com/48cc3h6z

08/10/2023

Join us for a free webinar on August 17! Scan the QR code to register.

Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Impact With Pride: Leveraging Political Resources to Thwart Anti-LGBT Laws. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar. 08/09/2023

Join us for a free webinar, “Impact with Pride: Leveraging Political Resources to Thwart Anti-LGBT Laws.”
When: 8/17 at 9am PT | 12noon ET. This webinar will provide attendees with practical, applied strategies and hands-on activities for engaging in state-level policy advocacy. While the webinar is targeted towards graduate students in psychology, participants at all career levels are welcome to attend. Register here:

Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Impact With Pride: Leveraging Political Resources to Thwart Anti-LGBT Laws. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar. This APAGS webinar is designed to provide attendees with practical and applied strategies and hands-on activities for engaging in state-level policy advocacy. Specifically, this session will center advocacy regarding anti-LGBTQ+ legislation to empower psychology students and professionals to become....

08/08/2023

Happy Let’s Talk Tuesday! Following last weekend’s convention, we want to know “What was your favorite session at the 2023 APA Convention?”
Comment below and get the conversation rolling!

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