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Eye on Psi Chi: Summer 2007

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SUMMER 2007 | Volume 11 | Issue 4

Features

Finding the Right Mentor: Gaining Admissions to and Succeeding in Graduate School

The right mentor will set you on the path to reach your career goals, help create a network of colleagues, and shape your perspective on the field.

Recent Developments in the Study of Prejudice

"The purpose of this article is to introduce students to some of the most recent developments in this important and dynamic field." This includes four specific prejudice studies approaches.

A Profile of Undergraduate Research Submissions to MPA

"Have you ever thought about presenting your research through Psi Chi at a regional or national convention? It might first appear to be daunting task." However, this article shows otherwise.


PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE

Strategies for Planning and Setting Goals


EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR'S MESSAGE

A Matter of Ethics


EXECUTIVE OFFICER'S MESSAGE

Spring Renewal

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