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PSI CHI DIGEST #336 | January 8, 2019
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A New Year Is a New Start for You and Your Chapter!
This January, take a moment to consider how your chapter did last semester, and what improvements could be useful. Here are four suggestions to help you make 2019 the best year yet.

  1. Review your advisor timeline or officer guidelines. Are you on track to accomplish your objectives by the end of the academic year?
  2. Revisit (and revise) your chapter's goals. Here's how to write chapter goals. And here's why you should.
  3. Has your chapter been hosting meetings regularly and recording what was discussed? Now is the perfect time to start! This meets one of nine easy requirements for the Model Chapter Award, due May 15.
  4. Support your school's psychology club. Find ways to collaborate on spring projects while serving as a leadership organization for your psychology department.


We Hope You Will Take the Chapter Challenge!
The Chapter Challenge 2019 is a great way for officers to take a leadership role. Fundraising supports all Psi Chi member programs. PLUS, Psi Chi will give your chapter back 10% of the total your chapter raises as part of the Challenge. Learn more.


Intensive, Funded Summer Research Experience Working With Children
Ohio University researchers are recruiting students for an 8-week NSF-funded Research Experience for Undergraduates. Students will learn clinical research skills for children with social, emotional, and behavioral problems; conduct independent, faculty-mentored research; and gain professional development skills. Visit HERE.

Lead the Way: Leveraging Psychological Science to Improve the Workplace
Are you a graduate student or faculty member interested in leadership, management, or consulting? Attend the 2019 Society of Psychologists in Management (SPIM) and Society of Consulting Psychology (SCP) joint Conference February 6–10, 2019, in Fort Worth, TX. Register HERE.

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Submitting a Poster to a Convention?
"Writing Strong Conference Abstracts" is a must read! Share our Research Resources with your students.

Recruit Online Participants for Your Studies
Submit a link to your online studies, and we'll help you find participants. Remember to participate in a few studies, too.

The Latest Issue of Psi Chi Journal Arrives
The first empirical article, "Effectiveness of a Brief Suicide Intervention Training," is the latest to receive Psi Chi's #Help_HelpedMe insignia. Faculty and student submissions are welcome.


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