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  An Open Letter to Members of the Society for Personality and Social Psychologists   As my term as president of SPSP is drawing to a close, I wanted to update you on some of the many things that the society has accomplished during 2015.  Social and personality psychology—and SPSP itself—have faced some unprecedented challenges over the past few years, but SPSP is thriving.
    Student Science Writer Positions: The Society for Personality and Social Psychology Seeks eDaily Contributors for Annual Convention  
SPSP is looking for a diverse pool of candidates for the 2016 election cycle. Nominees bring varying perspectives and experiences to the SPSP Board of Directors and help guide the mission/vision of our organization. Prior involvement in SPSP leadership is not a requirement. We are accepting nominations for the following four positions:
  I am pleased to announce the kick off of Q&pAy, a LIVE small grants competition—our own version of the ABC hit show “Shark Tank”—at the 2016 annual convention.
The time has come to select your 2016 GSC members. The SPSP Graduate Student Committee works to promote the interest of SPSP's graduate and undergraduate student members. This includes producing helpful student content, organizing events for student members at the annual convention, and much more. All current student members as of 10/15/2015 will be emailed a ballot to vote.  Open Positions: 
As we begin the 2016 fiscal year, we would like to share an update from the National Science Foundation.