SPSP joined with 160 other science organizations to send a letter in response to the White House Executive Order on visas and immigration. It stresses the importance of international collaborations in making science stronger.
A March for Science is being organized for April 22 to advocate for science and evidence-based research in policies. We have created a new shared-interest group to help SPSP members connect around the march.
SPSP staff members appreciate having the opportunity to connect with you, our members – and to help you network with and learn from each other – during the annual convention. Thanks to everyone who helped make last month’s meeting a success.
New research suggests that children can “catch” bias from adults even when adults don't explicitly teach it to them, demonstrating that adults’ unspoken biases can impact the social biases of children around them.
Focus on the Strategy New research shows that for people who search through options to find “the best one,” how they make their decisions, not just the outcome, may impact their health, happiness and satisfaction.
Give your job posting more exposure. Featured jobs appear on front page of the SPSP Career Center, are prioritized and highlighted in twice-monthly Career Center Update emails, and are included at the top of our job listings here. SPSP members save up to 47% on featured job rates!