Luncheon / Annual Meeting
With support from the Diversity and Climate Committee of SPSP, we are delighted to invite you to attend the 2017 GASP Mentorship Luncheon at SPSP in San Antonio. Volunteer mentors will host discussion tables on a variety of research, teaching, and professional issues.
- WHEN: 12:15-1:30 PM Friday, January 20, 2017
- WHERE: SPSP annual meeting in San Antonio
- TO REGISTER: Registration will open during the 2nd week of November through the SPSP Convention website.
GASP, the GLBT Alliance in Social and Personality Psychology, is an official affiliate of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology. Membership and events are open to all, regardless of sexual orientation or research interest. Allies are especially welcome.
New this year is a social hour Friday evening, 5-6:30 PM, for LGBT researchers and allies. Please see the SPSP conference program for details.
Luncheon Chair: Lisa G. Aspinwall, University of Utah.
- Cheryl Kaiser, University of Washington
Conducting Research with Underrepresented Populations
- Laura A. King, University of Missouri, Columbia
Occupy Social Psychology: Professional Leadership
- Pranjal Mehta, University of Oregon
How to Negotiate Effectively and Advocate for Yourself at All Career Levels: Intersections with Ethnic, Gender, and Sexual Minority Status
- Chris Crandall, University of Kansas
Publishing and Not Perishing
- Jon Freeman, NYU
Landing a Tenure-Track Job
- Krishna Savani, Nanyang Business School
Working as an Assistant Professor in Asia
- Clayton R. Critcher, University of California, Berkeley
Psychologists in Business Schools
- Joshua A. Tabak, Facebook and Cornell University
Making the Leap from Academia to Industry
- Nicholas Rule, University of Toronto
Productivity and Time Management
Information about GASP
GASP provides social support and professional resources to Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender students and faculty in social and personality psychology. GASP's major goals are to maintain a safe and welcoming professional forum for LGBT students and faculty and their heterosexual allies, and to serve as a resource for researchers, teachers, and other professionals.
Our private moderated listserv sends noncommercial postings about LGBT research and professional issues to more than 400 members worldwide. To subscribe, please visit http://lists.csbs.utah.edu/listinfo/gasp
GASP Measures Database
Searchable database of measures designed for LGBT issues or populations: https://apps.psych.utah.edu/psych/gasp/newdbindex.jsp
GASP was founded by Lisa G. Aspinwall and Lisa M. Diamond, both members of the psychology faculty at the University of Utah. You may reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org