Rajpreet Chahal awarded the Klingenstein Third Generation Foundation Fellowship in Child & Adolescent Depression

Each year, the Klingenstein Third Generation Foundation makes up to five fellowship grants to medical institutions that have nominated research projects led by outstanding post-doctoral candidates. Dr. Chahal, a postdoc in Dr. Gotlib's lab, was awarded the 2021-2023 Fellowship in Child and Adolescent Depression to study neural and behavioral trajectories of executive functioning as they contribute to resilience to depression following early life stress.
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Steven Roberts discusses his research in the APS Podcast, Under the Cortex

Steven Roberts recently received the Janet Spence Award for early contributions to psychological science, and discusses his research in Under the Cortex.
Hitting the reset button: Stanford psychologist says we can build a better normal after the pandemic

With the end of the pandemic in sight and a longing to return to some resemblance of normalcy, Stanford psychologist Jamil Zaki thinks the harrowing experience of the past year is a unique opportunity to reset people’s expectations about many aspects of society. Instead of simply returning to life before the pandemic, what if we could institute new personal and social norms that are more balanced, just and equitable?
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Be a mentor or judge at the Stanford Open Data Project Datathon!

The Stanford Open Datathon is an event where teams of students will compete in four tracks—Policy and Advocacy, Data Journalism, Data Analysis, and Build Your Own Open Data Portal—to analyze and draw compelling conclusions from data. We are looking for mentors who will either help participants by hosting an “office hour” or will score a small set of final project reports.

Sunday, April 11
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM Pacific
Register here.
Registration now open for Stanford Continuing Studies Course "Mindsets Matter"

The Stanford Continuing Studies Course, "Mindsets Matter: Strategies for Improving your Health, Performance, and Wellbeing" is now open. Taught by graduate student & interdisciplinary graduate fellow Kari Leibowitz, this course is open to everyone, with no background in psychology needed.

Monday nights
April 12-May 10
7:00-8:50 PM Pacific
Register here.
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