AASP Summer School
Last Updated on Monday, 05 June 2017 05:39
AASP and SASP have an agreement with our respective summer schools to reserve up to two places to each others' students and ECRs. Below is an announcement about the upcoming AASP summer school.
There are two places available to SASP members and the fees will be waived.
We are very excited to host the 12th biennial conference of the Asian Association of Social Psychology at Massey University in Albany, and want to draw your attention to the AASP Summer School taking place August 22-25 on the lovely grounds of the Kawaipurapura Retreat Centre, just a 5 minute drive or 25 minute walk to the main conference at Massey University. This is a great opportunity to increase your research skills by working with internationally renowned teachers, and to increase your social network by planning and executing collaborative research with others in teams. This opportunity is open to students and early career academics.
Postgraduate students and postdoctoral faculty in social psychology and related fields in psychology and related social sciences are welcome to apply to this specialised research training by international faculty. Participants will be divided into 4 research clusters and will be mentored by an expert in social psychology. They will work together in congenial surroundings that allow plenty of time for discussion and fellowship, as well as a chance to hone research skills. The expected output will be a group research proposal on a topic to be designed and supervised in one of four streams of research (i.e., 1) Professor Sachdev, 2) A/P Jones, 3) Professor Hodgetts & Dr. Li (see http://auckland.asiansocialpsych.org/summer+school?src=nav) or 4) Professor Crano. The teachers have a rare range of skills, encompassing qualitative to quantitative methodologies. Participants will learn how to design research projects and to receive instruction in how to write journal-ready manuscripts. PLUS, the research experience does not end with the Summer School: AASP will support the research projects emerging from the Summer school with cash grants to enable collaborative data collection by the research teams.
1) a letter of recommendation from your supervisor (if a student) or a more senior colleague (if you are a faculty member already),
2) a CV (curriculum vitae, with all of the information about your qualifications, publications, institutional affiliation and contacts details
3) a rank order of preference for the 4 Summer School research streams.
USD $175 - Students from economically developed countries.
USD $100 - Students from economically developing countries.