Graduate Student Advocacy Series
The Graduate Student Committee recently released a new series of Q&As around advocacy as a graduate student. Each column in the Graduate Student Advocacy Series is centered around a specific advocacy-related topic pertinent to the graduate student experience.
If you have an idea for a future topic, email Alexandria Muldrew, Advocacy Coordinator for the NASP Graduate Student Committee, at email@example.com.
Nicole M. McKevett, MA, NCSP, NASP Student Leader
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
In this Q&A, Nicole provides actionable steps to take when it comes to planning for School Psychology Awareness Week (SPAW) whether you're just starting grad school or getting ready to graduate. She shares who to connect with, what questions to ask them, and more.
Stephanie Campbell, NASP Graduate Student Committee
University of Wisconsin
In this Q&A, Stephanie discusses how she came to realize the importance of advocating for herself, steps you can take to start advocating for yourself, and things to remember as you approach the end of your graduate school career.
Lisa Kelly-Vance, PhD, NASP Immediate Past President
University of Nebraska–Omaha
In this Q&A, Lisa discusses how to build self-care into your daily routine and where to start if you don't currently practice enough self-care. She explains what to consider regarding self-care habits when transitioning out of graduate school and why self-care is so important.
Advocacy for Graduate Students
If you're passionate about legislative advocacy, view our fact sheet for a variety of action steps and resources to engage in advocacy as a graduate student.
Graduate Students Community
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