Welcome to the first ever
This newsletter is provided by the SPR Committee to Promote Student Interests, and is being sent to current and recent student members. In this issue, you will read about:
I. The Student Webpage
The SPR student web page is designed to provide student members of SPR with information specific to their needs and goals, and to provide a forum for students to discuss issues related to student life within the discipline of psychophysiology.
The new SPR Student Web can be accessed at http://apsychoserver.psych.arizona.edu/SPRStudent
At SPR Student Web, you'll find
· An online version of this newsletter.
· Membership renewal information.
· Information about upcoming meetings.
· Specific information about student travel grants and awards.
· Instructions for joining the SPR Student Web Discussion List
· Information for students entering the job market.
for the SPR offices.
II. Student Poster Awards and the Tursky Award
These are awards presented to students who are first authors on a poster. Up to 15 Student Poster Awards will be made, each accompanied by a $300 cash prize. Among these winners, up to 3 of those judged to present the very best posters will win a Tursky Award. The Tursky Award comes with a plaque, and the cash prize increases to $500.
Good luck to everyone who will be submitting a poster!
III. Other events of special
interest to students:
Federal Funding Workshop for students and junior members
sure you sign up for this workshop on funding geared towards students and
junior members! The workshop will be on Sunday, October 14, 2001, from 9-10
a.m. Watch out for details in the programs and inserts.
Special interest lunches and dinners
are to be special interest meals on teaching psychophysiology, women in
science, and setting up a psychophysiology lab. There will also be
special interest meals with a focus on a wide variety of research
topics. So keep your eyes open for these events!
join us for the SPR Student Social on Thursday, October 11, 2001, at 10:00
pm, following the poster session. SPR will host the Student Social
at Sharx's Pool Bar, 1606 Ste. Catherine O. (Tel 514-934-3105). Reports
from revelers last year suggested this was a grand time, and with a name like
Sharx's it's got to be a good social! (Last
year's social was a blast! So come and join us this year!) Again, the social will
begin at 10 p.m. and drinks will be provided courtesy of SPR.
Open dinner meeting with the Committee to Promote Student
Come talk to the committee about how SPR is addressing or can better address student interests. The open dinner will be on Thursday, October 11, 2001, at 6:30 p.m. Details will follow.
IV. SPR Conference in Montreal: Tips for the grad students
This year, SPR will be held in Montreal, Quebec from October 10-14, 2001. If you are looking for a roommate or if you have advice to share with others, the message board on the SPR website can help. Go to http://www.sprweb.org/ and in the left panel, scroll down to Resources and click on Message Board.
Pascal Thibault has volunteered to be the student contact person for the SPR conference in Montreal. You can contact him at email@example.com.
V. Members of the Committee to Promote Student Interests
Please feel free to contact members of the committee below.