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From Our Editor

Sarah Herrmann, Associate Professor,
Weber State University   

In the last few weeks, I have been participating in several meetings to prepare for our upcoming conference in Denver. As I engage with other members of the SPSSI community, I am reminded of the important work in research, teaching, and advocacy that SPSSI members continuously pursue. Throughout this issue, we see examples of an ongoing commitment to utilize research to address inequality and transform our world.

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From Our President: Implementing SPSSI’s Strategic Plan for Diversity and Inclusion 

Abigail J. Stewart, President of SPSSI and Distinguished University Professor Emerita of Psychology and Women’s and Gender Studies, University of Michigan 

In February 2019, SPSSI adopted a strategic plan; the first of six goals was: “Develop the explicit practice of consciously working toward diversity and inclusion in every aspect of the organization and its work.” This June we will be taking an important step to further implement that goal (as we have been doing for the past several years in many ways), at the conference.

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Spring 2023

In This Edition

Editor’s Column
From the Editor

President's Column
Implementing SPSSI’s Strategic Plan for Diversity and Inclusion 

From our Journal Editors

From the Editor of Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy (ASAP): Chris Aberson

From the Editors of Social Issues and Policy Review (SIPR): Ann Bettencourt & Michael Zárate

2023 SPSSI Conference Preview

SPSSI Summer Conference 2023: Pathways to Transformation: Apryl Alexander & Ben Blankenship

Both-Sideology in Social Psychology: A Full-Throated Critique: John Jost

Helpful and inspiring conference sessions planned by the SPSSI Teaching and Mentoring Committee

What They Don’t Teach You in Graduate School – 2023
Pre-Conference Sessions: Jackie Verrilli

Forward edited
by Sarah Herrmann