Undergraduate and graduate students can share perspectives in APA's Public Interest Directorate newsletter

“In the Public Interest,” the directorate's monthly email newsletter, now includes a recurring section featuring insights from students studying psychology.

“A Student's Perspective,” a new section in APA's Public Interest Directorate monthly newsletter “In the Public Interest,” gives both undergraduate and graduate students an opportunity to reflect on the ways psychological research can address issues of human well-being.

Previous guest columns have tackled issues of compassion, the importance of building positive relationships with students and advocating for psychology on Capitol Hill.

Students interested in contributing to the newsletter should email Public Interest Communications and Administration Coordinator G. Tina Wolridge.

Members can subscribe to “In the Public Interest” online.