Dear Fellow Psychology Students,
I am writing to request your participation in my dissertation research. I am conducting a correlational study intended to examine how doctoral students respond when confronted with their peers' unethical conduct. I am collecting anonymous responses from doctoral students in American Psychological Association accredited doctoral psychology programs. The survey includes an informed consent, a demographics and program questionnaire, and questions related to experiences coping with peers' misconduct. Completion of the survey should take approximately 10-15 minutes. If you are interested in participating in this study please click on the Survey Monkey link below. Thank you in advance for your time should you choose to participate!
Katie A. Diershaw, M.S.
Career Services at the University of Colorado in Boulder is looking for someone to fill their cutting edge Research Program Manager position. The Research Program Manager will develop projects in three main areas: The destination and working status of our recent graduates; the impact of career development programming on student engagement, retention, and progress towards graduation; and general topics of importance to career development.
Additionally, this position will take the lead role in the development and establishment of research in the department, as well as conceptualize and oversee the development of a variety of models, tools and techniques to analyze the impact of career development programming. Contribution to the literature in the field of career development is expected.
Required Qualifications: Master's degree in Education, Counseling, or similar Social Science or related discipline; minimum of 3 years of experience in research; experience conducting research on the topic of career development, labor statistics, higher education, or related subject area; ability to handle multiple responsibilities and relationships; publication of research results in refereed, scholarly journals; desire to work collaboratively with career development practitioners; and experience overseeing data collection and management, and contributing to the creation and maintenance of online tools and databases. Preferred Qualifications: PhD in Education, Counseling, or similar Social Science discipline; experience supervising undergraduate or graduate students in research projects. Salary range: $50,000-56,000.
To see the complete job description and to apply for this position, please click the link below or visit www.jobsatcu.com and search for "Research Program Manager."
This position is open until filled. For full consideration by the search committee, please submit online application materials by April 14, 2013.
All seven CSPP doctoral students in counseling psychology who applied for pre-doctoral internships where placed in APA accredited internships for 2013-14. Six of the internships are in university counseling centers and one in an adolescent chemical dependency treatment program. The students placed on their internships are: Monica Simone Froman-Reid Ju-Ri Joeng Ruth Marie Swartwood Samuel C. Tourek David M. Wells Marcuetta D. Williams Congratulations!
Univ of Florida - Counseling Ctr
Southern Illinois University
Univ of Florida - Counseling Ctr
Univ of California - Berkeley
Center City, MN
Duke University - Counseling
Monica Simone Froman-Reid
Ruth Marie Swartwood
Samuel C. Tourek
David M. Wells
Marcuetta D. Williams
Proposals are being sought for Hyde Graduate Student Research Grants.
These grants, each up to $500, are awarded to doctoral psychology
students to support feminist research. The grants are made possible
through the generosity of Janet Shibley Hyde, Ph.D., who donates the
royalties from her book, Half the Human Experience, to this fund. Past
recipients of Hyde Graduate Student Research Grants are not eligible
to apply. Because the purpose of this award is to facilitate research
that otherwise might not be possible, projects that are beyond the
data analysis stage are not eligible.
Please send all application materials attached to a single e-mail
message to both of the Hyde Award Co-chairs at the following addresses
by September 15th (for the fall deadline) or March 15th (for the
Dr. Olivia Moorehead-Slaughter, firstname.lastname@example.org and Dr. Mindy J.
1. Cover page with project title, investigator's name, address, phone,
fax, and e-mail address
2. A 100-word abstract
3. A proposal (5-pages maximum, double-spaced) addressing the
project's purpose, theoretical rationale, and procedures, including
how the method and data analysis stem from the proposed theory and
purpose. [References are not included in this 5-page limit.]
4. A one-page statement articulating the study's relevance to feminist
goals and importance to feminist research.
5. The expected timeline for progress and completion of the project
(including the date of the research proposal committee meeting). The
project timeline should not exceed two years.
6. A faculty sponsor's recommendation, which includes why the
research cannot be funded by other sources. This letter should be
attached to the e-mail with the application materials. Please do not
send it separately.
7. Status of IRB review process, including expected date of IRB
submission and approval. Preference will be given to proposals that
have received approval.
8. An itemized budget (if additional funds are needed to ensure
completion of the project, please specify sources). Funds cannot be
used for tuition, living expenses, or travel to present research at a
9. The applicant's curriculum vitae
All sections of the proposal should be typed and prepared according
to APA style (e.g., please use 12-point font).
Applicants should submit no more than 2 files (i.e., one with the
letter of recommendation and one with all the other required
Proposals that fail to meet the guidelines described above will not be reviewed.
A panel of psychologists will evaluate the proposals for theoretical
and methodological soundness, relevance to feminist goals, applicant's
training and qualifications to conduct the research, and feasibility
of completing the project.
Only one application will be accepted per student, for each
application deadline. Applicants who are involved in multiple
projects that meet the submission requirements should choose the
project that best fits the evaluation criteria (see "Review Process").
Within 24 months of receipt of the grant, recipients are expected to
submit to the Hyde committee co-chairs a complete and final copy of
the research document (e.g., a copy of the thesis, dissertation or
journal manuscript based on the sponsored research), along with a
500-word abstract for publication in Division 35 newsletter. In
addition, grant recipients shall acknowledge the funding source in the
author's notes in all publications. Hyde award winners will be
announced at the APA convention during Division 35 Social Hour. The
names of the Hyde award winners may also be posted in Division 35
newsletter as well as on Division 35 web page and listserv.
Request for Abstracts from previous Hyde Award Winners
Brief abstracts of the work conducted by previous award recipients are
printed in the newsletters. Previous award winners are highly
encouraged to contact Dr. Olivia Moorehead-Slaughter, Hyde Award
Co-chair, at email@example.com to submit a 500 word summary of their
Hyde grant-funded research for consideration of publication in the
Questions and other communications may be sent to the committee co-chair:
Olivia Moorehead-Slaughter, Ph.D. Co-Chair, Phone: 617-414-4646
Please note: As of Feb 2, 2013, my official Park School e-mail
address has changed to MooreheadO@parkschool.org. Mail sent to my old
address firstname.lastname@example.org will continue to reach me. However, please take a moment to adjust your records and contact lists.
The American Psychological Association's Public Interest Government Relations Office (PI-GRO) is seeking two graduate student interns for the 2013-2014 academic year. Graduate student interns will gain first-hand knowledge of the ways in which psychological research can inform public policy and the roles psychology can play in its formulation and implementation. The graduate student intern will spend one year working with PI-GRO staff to influence legislative and regulatory activities impacting populations and issues, such as: aging; children, youth, and families; disabilities; ethnic minorities; individuals with HIV/AIDS; lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender persons; military, veterans and their families; socioeconomic status; women; as well as social concerns (e.g. media; or trauma, violence, and abuse). The intern's activities include participating in legislative and advocacy work, such as assisting in the preparation of testimony and briefing papers and attending congressional hearings and coalition meetings. Applications are due on March 22, 2013.
For more information on the internship and application materials please visit: http://www.apa.org/about/awards/policy-grad.aspx.
The Psychology Department at Texas Tech University announces the creation of a one-year (renewable for a 2nd year) post-doctoral fellowship to enhance diversity in academia. The department recognizes the importance and need for a diverse faculty in psychology departments. Thus, the goal of this fellowship is to increase the representation of individuals from historically underrepresented groups (e.g., Latinos/as, African Americans) in academia. The department is particularly interested in applicants who have research, teaching, and clinical interests related to cultural diversity and working with underserved populations. Preferred qualifications include individuals who speak Spanish and have professional experience in working with people of Mexican-origin and other diverse populations in the southwest United States. The department is particularly interested in receiving applications from individuals who are interested in pursuing an academic career and who show great promise as an emerging scholar with regard to research, scholarship, and teaching with a focus on historically underserved populations. The ability to communicate with multi-lingual populations is highly desirable.
The applicant should have a Ph.D. from an APA-accredited Clinical or Counseling Psychology program and have completed an APA-approved internship. ABD's will be given consideration. The post doc fellow will have a 1/1 teaching load during the academic year. In addition to teaching responsibilities, the fellow will be responsible for developing or continuing their original line of research, and there will also be an opportunity for collaborating with faculty and students. For fellows interested in getting licensed, there will be an opportunity to receive supervision from a clinical or counseling psychology faculty member for licensure hours.
In addition to a competitive salary, funds will also be available for research and travel. There will be mentoring and professional development opportunities. Depending on the person's previous commitments and placements, the start date can range from July 1st to August 15th, 2013.
The TTU Psychology Department (http://www.depts.ttu.edu/psy/) has 28 tenured and tenure-line faculty and 120 doctoral students in Clinical, Counseling (both APA‑accredited), Applied Cognitive/Cognitive, Human Factors, and Social Psychology. We have effective working relationships with the adjacent TTU Health Sciences Center (http://www.ttuhsc.edu/). Faculty research programs encompass departmental, campus, community and national/international collaborations. TTU is classified as a "research-extensive university" by the Carnegie Foundation and as a "national research university" by the State of Texas. Lubbock is located in West Texas and is a temperate, low-cost metropolitan area of over 200,000 people with a large medical community. People of Mexican-origin represent the largest ethnic minority group in Lubbock and in West Texas.
Potential applicants are encouraged to contact either Dr. Christine Robitschek (Counseling Psychology program) at email@example.com or Dr. Joaquin Borrego (Clinical Psychology program) at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about the fellowship or the department.
To apply, submit a cover letter, CV, and two letters of reference to Dr. Christine Robitschek, Search Committee Chair, MS 42051, Psychology Department, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, 79409-2051.
Additional questions about the position can be directed to the Search Committee Chair: Dr. Christine Robitschek, email@example.com 806-742-3711, ext. 235. Application review begins March 31, 2013, and will continue until the position is filled. Texas Tech University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer, and TTU has a sustained commitment to enhancing diversity. We strongly encourage applications from women and minorities and other underrepresented groups.
Applications are due on June 1, 2013.
Applications are now being accepted for the 2013-2014 Early Career Scholars program. The Work and Family Researchers Network is committed to mentoring the next generation of work and family scholars. Our Early Career Scholars Program (ECS) provides supports for recent doctoral recipients to advance their research, teaching, and long-term career prospects. By offering networked resources and consultation, we help promising new scholars move into tenured appointments and secure senior-level positions, as well as engage them with the work and family community of scholars. This program builds on three successful cohorts supported by the former Sloan Work and Family Research Network. Fifteen scholars will be selected. Candidates must have received their doctorate in 2010 or later, and have yet to progress into tenured or secure senior level positions. Those anticipating receipt of their doctoral degree by June 2013 are eligible to apply. Application is not restricted on the basis of location. All participants are required to attend the WFRN conference to be held June 19-21, 2014 in New York City. Participants receive $1,000 to defer travel expenses. At that conference, special events will be targeted to serve their interests, such as networking opportunities with senior scholars and other career development activities. In addition, they will be connected with one another in periodic encounters beyond the conference, designed to facilitate collaboration, peer-mentorship, guidance on teaching, and development of research programs. To apply for the ECS, go here.