March 2008 | Vol. 6 No. 2

March 2008 gradPSYCH Magazine cover

COVER PACKAGE: Staying on track

Schools are rallying to help psychology graduate students finish their degrees.

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A how-to for peer review

Craft a constructive, professional review with these pointers from journal-editing insiders.

Big-picture psychologists

Through their graduate programs, these schools turn out students trained to make the world a healthier place.

Getting a move on

Accepting a far-away internship may give you the experience you need, but what if relocation involves uprooting your spouse or child or moving without them?

Student-to-student mentoring

Experienced students help junior colleagues succeed in grad school.

The benefits of meeting over pizza
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‘I do’ or ‘I don’t’: Name change 101Blame society for your wedding debtBreak down the walls!

Interdisciplinary teams are capturing major funding and tackling some of society’s biggest problems. Here’s how to play well with others.

Familiar place, productive space

Make working from home work for you.

Regroup and rethink

Didn’t match? Here’s how to move forward.

Restoring the balance

Education and training groups search for solutions to the growing mismatch between internship supply and demand.

Weddings in the ivory tower

How to balance academic demands with nuptials plans.

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The goods on F31s

Experts offer tips for young researchers on competing for these prestigious NIH training grants.

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