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By Vivian P. Ta Regardless of political stance, the 2016 presidential election was filled with stress and tension. Now what? Here are five things you can do after the election:
Each month, student members will provide insight and tips on a particular topic. This month, Student Committee chair Leigh Smith weighs in on unexpected challenges of being a minority in academia.  
By: Andrew Triplett, SPSPotlight co-editor
SPSP’s popular mentoring sessions are back at the 2017 Annual Convention in San Antonio. Read about all 4 of the mentoring opportunities and sign up for one today. Space is limited and seats fill quickly so check out the links below to sign up for a table topic that interests you.
Applications open today to attend the highly anticipated Workshops at the 2017 SPSP Annual Convention. This year’s program offers seven Workshops, a new session format designed for an in-depth learning experience of practical knowledge and skills for a variety of audiences. To allow for an optimal learning environment, space is limited at workshops, and an application to attend is required. Applicants must be registered to attend the convention. View the complete list of Workshops and apply for one that interests you! Applications will remain open through December 5th, and decisions on selected participants will be sent in late December.
The incoming senior editorial team for the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin consists of incoming Editor Chris Crandall, and incoming Co-Editors Colin Wayne Leach, Michael D. Robinson, and Tessa West. We had a chance to ask Chris about his view of the role of Editor, the strengths of the team, and some of his most formative professional moments. We also asked the Co-Editors about how they became interested in the field, what they consider to be their greatest professional accomplishments, and how they achieve work-life balance.