information for students
The NorthEastern Evolutionary Psychology Society (NEEPS) prides itself on being a society that welcomes and supports both undergraduates and graduate students.
At NEEPS, undergraduate and graduate students frequently present research talks and posters. Due to the friendly and supportive environment, NEEPS is usually a student’s first time presenting a talk!
Besides focusing on the friendly student environment, NEEPS frequently hosts undergraduate and graduate student social-get-togethers, where students can network with one another. In addition, at several conferences, the Student Rep will organize mentorings events where undergraduates and graduate students can interact and meet with researchers in the field of evolutionary behavioral science (e.g., Drs. David Buss, Tania Reynolds, Sarah Hill, Steven Gangestad were panelists for the student lunch mentoring event at the 2019 Boston Conference).
If you're a student and have any questions about NEEPS, please feel free to email Jimmy Moran, the student representative at firstname.lastname@example.org
Events for the 2021 virtual conference will be a coffee break where students can chat with the keynotes (Drs. Sarah Hill and Glenn Geher) in smaller breakout rooms and a lunch mentoring event (see below). Students will be able to select the topic/room they would like to attend.