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<p>The Psi Chi Research Advisory Committee is seeking volunteers (students or faculty) who are interested in developing a network of researchers to collaborate on cross-cultural research projects following a crowdsourcing research model. Please click on the following link (<a href="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1x0EV-6l5ijI7dgP7dDj9s8BNzG4godkvvdYdnry-LFc/edit?usp=sharing" rel="nofollow">https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1x0EV-6l5ijI7dgP7dDj9s8BNzG4godkvvdYdnry-LFc/edit?usp=sharing</a>) to indicate which area(s) you are interested in becoming involved in and to submit your contact information. </p> <p>You can: 1) volunteer for the planning committee, 2) facilitate coordination among researchers, 3) submit and support research topics (instructions for CROWD proposals can be found <a href="https://docs.google.com/document/d/1VERcpFyCE-WZQZZrECa5zxSjfYe0RndRqbp2L-39-zA/edit?usp=sharing" rel="nofollow">here</a>), and/or 4) connect with other researchers interested in cross cultural investigations.</p> <p>You can also contact John Edlund, Psi Chi Research Director (research.director@psichi.org) or Kelly Cuccolo, (kelly.cuccolo@und.edu) for more information. Importantly, this Psi Chi initiative is open to faculty and student researchers regardless of whether your college or university has a Psi Chi chapter</p>

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