Mark Peterson / Tuesday, February 1, 2022 / Categories: Calls and Announcements, Announcements Research Supervisors for international project on Sustainable Development Goals The Junior Researcher Programme (JRP) is currently looking for six engaged PhD students and postdoctoral researchers in psychology (or related fields) to become Research Supervisors for the jSchool 2022. The jSchool is a student-driven and non-profit initiative that enables psychology students from around the world to conduct a 13-month research project under the supervision of early-career researchers. If you are interested in this opportunity, you can find further details below. We kindly ask you to also circulate this email to anyone else who might be interested in becoming a Research Supervisor. This year’s jSchool will take place from 3rd to 10th of July 2022 in Siena, Italy. This year’s theme will be Sustainability: What Psychology can Contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals. Research Supervisors propose a research project within the theme and then lead a team of six students to develop the study at the jSchool. All projects should be conducted in 13 months within the structure of the JRP. The programme finishes with the annual JRP Conference held at Corpus Christi College at the University of Cambridge. All details are provided in the attached document and more information on the JRP and jSchool is available on our website https://jrp.pscholars.org/getinvolved/research-supervisor/. Before you apply, please make sure you have read the application guidance https://jrp.pscholars.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/Supervisor_Application_Guidance_2022.pdf document published on our website. Applications https://bit.ly/3JWz4fX_jrp_sjg22 are open until 17:00 CET on the 8th of February 2022. If you have any questions, you are very welcome to contact us. Previous Article 2022 Preconference Workshops Announced Next Article Journal of Organizational Behavior: Special Issue Call for Papers Print 600 Rate this article: No rating Comments are only visible to subscribers.