Resources for Students and New Professionals
These articles address topcis of interest to students and new professionals. Contact us if you have a resource to add.
- Applying for an Assistant Professorship: Advice from Members of a Search Committee (PDF; originally appeared: ISSPR Bulletin, Spring 1999) - By Sylvia Niehuis
- Conferences: Why to Attend and How to Benefit (PDF; originally appeared: RRN, Spring 2002) - By Shanna E. Smith & Caroline T. Rankin
- Top 5 Tips for Successfully Navigating Your First Conference (link to ScienceOfRelationships.com, July 2012) - By Sadie Leder
- Surviving Graduate School: The Dissertation and Other Doctoral Milestones (PDF; originally appeared: ISSPR Bulletin, Spring 1998) - By Timothy J. Loving & Laura J. Shebilske
- Mentoring for the Millennium (PDF; originally appeared: ISSPR Bulletin, Spring 1999) - By Catherine A. Surra
- Pursuing Post-Doctoral Training (PDF; originally appeared: ISSPR Bulletin, Fall 1999) - By Sylvia Niehuis
- Reviewing Manuscripts: Advice to New Relationships Scholars (PDF; originally appeared: ISSPR Bulletin, Fall 1999) - By Sandra Metts
- Guidelines for New Reviews for Journal of Social and Personal Relationships (ad-hoc, 1993) - By Steve Duck
Resources for Relationship Courses
The following course resources and syllabi were generously donated to serve as a resource for students and others who teach relationship courses. Contact us to add your syllabus.
- Social Support and Well-Being (COM 612) - Brant Burleson (Purdue University)
- Theory and Research in Dyadic Processes (PSYC 325) - Benjamin Le (Haverford College)
- Close Relationships (PSY 54) - Catherine Sanderson (Amherst College)
- The Development of Relationships (FMST 314) - Dan Perlman (was University of British Columbia)
- Feminist Family Sociology (SOC 597) - Mike Johnson (Penn State)
- ScienceOfRelationships.com as a teaching tool - Gary Lewandowski (Monmouth University)
The following IARR members have agreed to answer questions and provide guidance to graduate students. To add your name to this list, contact us here.
- Walid Afifi, Department of Communication, UC Santa Barbara (email)
- Diane Holmberg, Department of Psychology, Acadia University (email)
- Paul Mongeau, Hugh Downs School of Human Communication, Arizona State University (email)
- Dan Perlman, Department of Human Development and Family Studies, UNC-Greensboro (email)