As a student member of the American Psychology-Law Society, you can take advantage of several benefits that we have to offer. Throughout the year, we will be highlighting different resources available to you and how to make the most of them beyond the Annual Conference. This first edition of the series introduces you to one of our many resources offered via our website: webinars and blogs.
Several times per year, the Student Committee hosts webinars that cover topics on professional development and disseminating timely and relevant research. In the past, webinars have covered mentorship, the role of psychologists in asylum evaluations, and the academic job search. We understand that our members are located across the world and busy working, so each webinar is recorded, published, and available for you to view in our Webinar Archive. Scroll down to view a list of previous webinars. We're constantly working to update how we deliver this content to you, so be sure to check back!
The Student Committee also hosts The Intersection: A Blog, where we discuss programming and highlight what we are doing at the intersection of law and psychology. To find the blog, simply go to the home page, choose “more” and then “The Intersection: A Blog” or click here. There’s something there for everyone and is an excellent place to learn about what your fellow student members are up to. In our Getting to Know Your Officers series, you can learn more about the Student Committee members. We’ve also published our guide for undergraduates on surviving the Annual Conference.
Previous webinars include:
About the Editor:
The American Psychology-Law Society (Division 41 of the American Psychology Association) Student Committee is composed of elected student leaders representing the interests of our student members.