May 2003 | Vol. 1 No. 1

May 2003 gradPSYCH Magazine cover

COVER PACKAGE: Students eye the finish line

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CAREER CENTER

A postdoc's passion pays off

Initiative and fresh ideas on multiple sclerosis earned a recent graduate the research career she sought.

E-Research

Internet-based research poses new possibilities—and practical and ethical challenges—for graduate students.

Making supervision work for you

On internship, you direct the quality of your mentoring more than you may realize.

Slot offers loan repayment and other rewards

With funding support from a federal program, a psychologist finds professional fulfillment helping migrant farmers.

Teaching prep 101

Teaching assistants: Prepare this summer for smoother sailing in class this fall.

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DEGREE IN SIGHT

APAGS 2003 convention highlightsThe perils of peer review

Savage reviews can be devastating for graduate students. What lies at their root?

Yes, students can get published

A professional journal jumped on this doctoral student's research.

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MONEY MATTERS

Cost-saving at conventionFunding opportunities

Tap these student stipends from APA, APAGS and APF.

Talking dollars

Psychology interns and early-career psychologists are often uncomfortable discussing their fees with patients. But there are ways to surmount this.