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eDialogue Member Newsletter: June 2020

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Webinar: Strategies for Online Instructors
Members Ben Le and Yanna Weisberg share strategies for moving small classroom curriculum to online platforms like Zoom. A liberal arts context will be the focus, but all are encouraged to join. Free for members.

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New Grants Offer Financial Relief
The SPSP Emergency Bridging Grants Program offers financial assistance to Graduate students and Early Career members with awards up to $500. If you are able, please help SPSP grow this program with a gift to the Annual Campaign.

Member Spotlight: Laura Luchies
Laura leads projects for the Calvin University Center for Social Research, where she serves as Associate Director. Her academic research focuses on conflict and forgiveness.

Job Search in a Challenging Economy
A job search in the midst of a strained economy can require patience and a different approach. Three SPSP members shared their experiences in the June #SPSPchat.

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Will the Pandemic Change Political Attitudes?
Science weighs in: Will the crisis lead to increased socialism, liberalism, conservatism, racism, and/or xenophobia? More pandemic coverage from the SPSP blog is available here.

Out of the Lab: David Funder
Ryne Sherman sat down with Dr. Funder during SPSP2020 in New Orleans for this in-depth walk-through of his education, career, and journey through personality psychology.

 

 

 
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