This year, the APAGS Convention Committee has put graduate student programming at Convention into tracks: Diversity, Professional Development, Science, and Internship. We’ve done so with an eye for how certain programs and talks might go together, so that students can set their goals for convention (e.g., get the skinny on how to research efficiently) and feel assured that they hit all the talks.
Check out my previous post that highlights the Professional Development track.
My self-care activity throughout grad school has been hiking. For that reason, my mind is making connections between our APAGS tracks and hiking routes. Imagine each track as a particular hiking path. Sometimes they intersect with other paths, and sometimes you can hop between paths based on your needs. In fact, the hiking analogy can be extended further! Hydrate during convention, pack good footwear (lots of walking), and tie up your food at night so that
grizzly bears hungry grad students cranky advisers don’t get into it.
Second track: Science
- Alternative Career Paths with a Doctorate in Psychology (also in Professional Development)
- Conducting Research within a Social Justice Framework: From Research Question to Publication (also in Diversity)
- Networking with a Purpose: Making a Plan, Building Relationships, and Maintaining Connections (also in Professional Development)
- Late Breaking Poster Session
- Conducting Research on Marginalized Identities: When Research is “Me-Search” (also in Diversity)
- Reviewing for a Journal as Graduate Students: The Whys and Hows
- Individual Development Plans for Students and Postdocs (also in Professional Development)
Editor’s Note: Each day this week we will highlight a different APAGS Program Track. Find out which track is right for you! Also, check out the full schedule of APAGS programming.