- January 2015
This newsletter addresses research publications, interviewing for graduate school, the APA Summer Science Fellowship program, group psychology and group psychotherapy, Psi Chi chapter, Varieties of Anomalous Experience: Examining the Scientific Evidence, the accreditation search tool, summer research experience and Noba's 2015 Student Video Award.
- September 2014
This newsletter addresses APA Guidelines for the Undergraduate Psychology Major, Version 2.0, online resources for graduate school psychology majors, psychology post-baccalaureate programs, the power of networking and nurturing relationships, Summer Science Fellowship, a career in advertising research, finding and paying for the right psychology grad program, APAGS half-day workshop for psychology graduates, the Tri-State Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference, and the Missouri Undergraduate Psychology Conference.
- January 2014
This newsletter addresses demystifying your psychology major, career planning in psychology, getting involved in research as an undergraduate, questions to ask before applying to graduate school, simplifying the graduate school search, the approval of resolution on accreditation for doctoral and internship programs, career recommendations for students interested in people and technology, Psi Chi news, book review of Musicophilia: Tales of music and the brain, and upcoming events in 2014, including the Summer Science Fellowship, psychology’s regional meetings, psychology research conferences, PT@CC Student Presentation Contest, APA Convention and Noba's Student Video Award.
- September 2013
This newsletter addresses what employers seek in job applicants, nine secrets of learning, forensic psychology, funding for your doctorate in psychology, Psi Chi, Psi Beta, "The unforgettable life of the amnesic patient," APA convention, Psychology Synergy conference, APAGS workshop: Finding the Right Graduate School For Me, Summer Science Fellowship and APA database webinars for students.
- January 2013
Newsletter topics include finding a job with an undergraduate degree in psychology, applying and paying for grad school, APAGS representing undergraduate students, APA Summer Science Fellowships, regional psychological association conferences, presenting a poster, APA convention, social media, and student deadlines.