Here is a great website to check out periodically for internship opportunities that may not come in through our listserv: Psychology Internships
Here is a great website to check out for summer opportunities: Summer Undergraduate Research
With the generous support from the Society of Personality and Social Psychology Small Conference Grant Program, we are able to sponsor several undergraduates, graduates, and postdocs to attend a workshop titled: Preempting Racial Biases in Early Childhood, hosted by Beyond Conflict.
This workshop will take place at New York University on Friday, August 2, 2019 and will focus on how to preempt the development of racial bias in early childhood. The workshop will contain both morning and afternoon sessions: the morning session will focus on how to structure parent-child conversations about race, and the afternoon session will focus on how children's media can be leveraged to preempt the development of racial biases.
Within each session, there will be a mix of presentations by academics, practitioners, and members of NGOs working on these important issues, followed by guided discussions amongst all attendees.
Breakfast and lunch will be catered for the workshop, and all attendees are welcome to a reception dinner following the afternoon session. The SPSP grant will cover all travel related expenses for the student attendees.
If you are an undergraduate student, graduate student, or postdoc, and are interested in attending, please send a cover letter (including information about why you want to attend the conference and a diversity statement) and your CV to Maisy Rohrer. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until all spots are full.