Monthly Archives: November 2012

An NIH/NIMHD-funded Minority Health and Health Disparities International Research Training (MHIRT)

More information on this Website Overview & Specific Aims Dr. Steven Lopez at USC’s Department of Psychology, Dr. Carmen Lara at the Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla (BUAP) in México, and colleagues at USC, UCLA, California State University at San … Continue reading

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Events and Opportunities of Interest

From: Website Fellowships California State University Fresno Foundation  A fellowship opportunity is available at California State University, Fresno Central Valley Health Policy Institute, Fresno State Foundation. The Central Valley Health Policy Institute (CVHPI) is located within the California Center for … Continue reading

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Summer Institutes in Statistics (University of Kansas)

From:  Website The University of Kansas Summer Institutes (aka “Stats Camps”) are presented by the Quantitative Training Program of Psychology and the Center for Research Methods and Data Analysis. These institutes are designed to provide intensive training opportunities on advanced … Continue reading

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Urban Education Institute 2013

From:  http://uei.ncat.edu/ Addressing the 21st Century Imperative: Improving STEM Success in Communities of Color March 7-9, 2013 Greensboro, NC 27411 Purpose of the Urban Education Institute The theme of this year’s Urban Education Institute is Addressing the 21st Century Imperative: … Continue reading

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Good quote

“The idea that somehow science is an objective enterprise with a ‘right’ way to do things is a misguided fiction propagated from rigid empiricist ideals.” — Longitudinal Structural Equation Modeling – Dr. Todd Little

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PTSD Coach App (By US Department of Veterans Affairs)

Download the App Visit the National Center for PTSD Website

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APA activates Disaster Response Network in response to Superstorm Sandy

From:  http://www.apa.org/pubs/newsletters/access/2012/11-27/superstorm-sandy.aspx Through a long-standing partnership with the American Red Cross, psychologists provided emotional support to workers and survivors of Superstorm Sandy at shelters and mobile emergency aid stations. Many residents along the nation’s northeast coast were unprepared for the … Continue reading

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Smithsonian Institution Fellowship Program

GENERAL INFORMATION FOR APPLICANTS Fellowships are offered by the Smithsonian Institution to provide opportunities for graduate students, predoctoral students, and postdoctoral and senior investigators to conduct research in association with members of the Smithsonian professional research staff, and to utilize … Continue reading

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National Science Foundation and NASA Funded Programs for Students

NSF-NASA Funded Programs for Students

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American Psychological Association (APA) Response to Superstorm Sandy

APA Response to Superstorm Sandy APA’s Disaster Response Network (DRN). The DRN has been actively involved in preparing for and responding to Superstorm Sandy. The DRN program is composed of licensed psychologists with training in disaster response who offer volunteer … Continue reading

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