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The SPSP Nominations and Elections Committee is pleased to inform you of the results of the 2021 elections:   2022 President: Laura King   Member at Large – Education and Professional Development: Yuen Huo   Member at Large - Diversity and Community: Keith Maddox   We also wish to acknowledge the valuable service of those who agreed to stand for election: Sanjay Srivastava, Rich Slatcher, and Julie Garcia.   We would also like to take this opportunity to thank the outgoing Member at Large – Education and Professional Development, Cynthia Picket, and the outgoing Member at Large - Diversity and Community: Ozlem Ayduk.  
SPSP is sending one member to present at the 2021 NITOP (National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology) conference in St. Pete Beach, Florida.
Have you or a colleague been in the field for ten years or more? SPSP is currently accepting applications for fellowship!
A large refugee community in the U.S., Southeast Asians face unique challenges. Three social and personality psychologists created a space at SPSP 2020 to help them connect.
Working from home and high productivity are not mutually exclusive. Here are 8 suggestions for academics and others who are working remotely.

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