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PSI CHI DIGEST 348 | June 11, 2019

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Call for CROWD Research Proposals:
Study Your Research Interests on a Global Scale

Each year, Psi Chi conducts a guided, cross-cultural CROWD research project. Students and faculty, both within the United States and internationally, are invited to join. Research proposals for the 2019–20 CROWD project are currently being accepted (due July 31). Submit a proposal or become a contributor.

Support with IRB approval and accessible protocol materials make CROWD an ideal opportunity for faculty to engage students in the research process. CROWD Chairs Kelly Cuccolo and Megan Irgens will be hosting a live webinar to answer your questions about the benefits of participating. Join them June 27 at 1 p.m. EST. Spaces are limited, so REGISTER TODAY.

Call for Journal Abstracts:
Psychological Science in the Workplace and Life

Are you conducting research in real-world settings, whether increasing productivity, community wellness, or even designing better video games? Help us celebrate the numerous applications of psychology by submitting an abstract for potential publication in our upcoming special issue. View the full details.

Abstracts are due October 1, and selected manuscripts should be submitted by December 15. You are also invited to read our latest special issue, "Education, Research, and Practice for a Diverse World."


How Can We Help You?

Last month, we asked all advisors and officers to take a quick survey about new potential ways that the Central Office could support your chapter. If you haven’t already participated, please share your thoughts HERE. Thank you!


Live Webinar

Attend "Maximize Your Research Potential as an Undergraduate: The Importance of Working With the Right Mentor" on June 11 at 11 a.m. EST. Dr. John Edlund, Jojinam Agbokou, Dr. Jordan Wagge, and Gabriela Heermans will lead this conversation. Again, spaces are limited, so REGISTER TODAY.


Geico Eye on Graduate School

Advisors are an invaluable part of our Professional Organization. To show our appreciation, we are delighted to offer $14,000 this year to support advisor research projects.


Also, please inform your student members about these opportunities.



The school year may have come to a close, but the next one is gearing up right around the corner. Stock up on buttons, foil seals, stylus pens, and so much more for your chapter. Visit the chapter supplies page on Psi Chi's store website to see more merchandise.

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Psi Chi Is Partnering With SPSP

The Society for Personality and Social Psychology is hosting its first summer event this year. The "Big Data Forum" will be August 2–4 in St. Louis, MO. Through July 1, Psi Chi students will receive a $25 discount when using the promo code: 19SPFPSCHI. Learn More.

Thank You for Giving Back!

Thank you to Psi Chi faculty advisors and officers who have chosen to Give Back to Psi Chi by making a donation. Your commitment to our Society is evident in your willingness to give back. Read our annual report to learn how Psi Chi Is Investing in the Future of Psychology.

Thank You for Give Back

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