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SPSSI GSC Call for Nominations: 2022-2023 Term

Candidacy Materials Due:  Friday, August 12, 2022 Extended until September 6.

Details here


Closed: Call for Essays on Addressing The Legacy of White Supremacy and Western Dominance in Psychology--Deadline: May 5th, 2022


Welcome to the Graduate Student Committee’s page!

SPSSI provides an intellectual home for students who value the importance of applying psychology to pressing social issues. We connect in person at conferences and also online on our Facebook page and LinkedIn. We also aim to provide student members with resources to navigate graduate school and transition into your career.

A SPSSI membership not only provides you with access to conferences, journals, and awards. It also supports SPSSI’s great work  at the United Nations and on Capital Hill, where we bring empirically sound research findings to bear on public policy.

We welcome you to get involved in our work. Please contact the current Graduate Student Committee (GSC) Chair.


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2021-2022 GSC


 


 


Chair
(2021-2022)

Tina R. Lee
she/her/hers
Columbia University
 

Chair-Elect/Chair
(2021-2023)

Isabelle Clough
she/her/hers
University of Texas at El Paso

Diversity Officer
(2021-2022)

Chelsie Burchett
she/her/hers
Stony Brook University

Communications Officer
(2022-2023)

Ana M. Ureña Rosario
she/her/hers 
California School
of Professional Psychology,
Alliant International University
       
       
       










 

Membership Officer
(2021-2022)

Rebecca Hill
she/her/hers
Nova Southeastern University

 

Policy & Applied Work Officer
(2021-2022)

Chelsea Queen
she/her/hers
University of Texas at El Paso

Ex-Officio Member
(2021-2022)

Obiageli Uguru
she/her/hers
Fuller School of Psychology