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The first ever SPSP-sponsored summer workshop, which is organized by Sandra Matz (Columbia Business School), Peter J. Rentfrow (Cambridge University, and John T. Jost (New York University) will focus on “Big Data in Personality and Social Psychology.”
The nomination portals for SPSP's Annual Awards are now open. These awards recognize contributions to the field of personality and social psychology. Awardees will be recognized at the SPSP 2020 Annual Convention.   Nominations close June 1, 2019. Nominate yourself or a colleague early to ensure that your submission is considered! Senior Career Contribution Awards
Do you have current research on a topic related to the teaching of social or personality psychology? Each year, SPSP sends a member to present and attend the annual NITOP (National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology) conference. The next conference will be held January 2020 in St. Pete Beach, Florida. Presentations are one-hour long and can address a specific content area and/or teaching strategy. We encourage applications from a wide range of teachers, including those from two-year colleges, undergraduate institutions, and non-traditional settings. Eligibility:
The second part of the SPSP climate survey which many of you completed last spring focused on sexual harassment. The results of this second part of the survey are now publicly available here: Survey ResultsAppendix A
In late Spring, many of you participated in the SPSP climate survey so we could learn more about your experiences at SPSP conferences, as well as SPSP sponsored events (e.g., SISPP). Thank you to all those who participated. We are very grateful. As a reminder, the overall goal of the survey was to provide SPSP with information needed to tailor policies, procedures, and funding priorities in order to promote diversity and inclusivity as well as prevent and respond to harassment and discrimination. The survey had two parts with the first focused on broad issues of diversity and climate and the second part focused on sexual harassment.
SPSP is seeking a diverse pool of candidates for the next election cycle of Board members (positions starting January 2020). Members of the SPSP Board help guide the future and vision of the organization and field. Please consider adding your name to the ballot or identifying a colleague whom you think would be a good candidate. No prior SPSP leadership experience is required. SPSP encourages nominations of colleagues and self-nominations nominations from both academic (large and small universities and colleges) and non-academic settings. The following positions will be on the ballot this spring:

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