Hello Friends!

As you all know, our little community is growing and we couldn’t be more excited. We have two summer process groups happening, the GSAPS White Anti-Racism Affinity Group is meeting next week, we have a beautiful website, and more activities are in store for the future! Thank you to everyone who has participated in our community so far. Look at us go! We are now ready for an official logo, which we will hold as a symbol of the work that we are doing together. We have decided to host a design competition so that our community can create a symbol that represents us, and we are looking for a design which represents the essence of our mission: to support collaboration among graduate students, recent graduate students, and post-doctoral residents who are engaged in psychedelic research and clinical practice.

This will be a contest. However, we would love for this to also be an opportunity for connection and collaboration. We encourage all of you who are interested to email us and we will put you in touch with one another. Then you can put your psychedelic minds together and collaboratively come up with something mind blowing! That said, if you prefer to design solo, that’s more than fine with us.
All submissions are due by Monday, August 17th
The winning design will be featured on our website and all of our upcoming promotional material. In addition, all participants will be awarded with a feeling of pride, satisfaction, and a sense of contributing to a process that generated something meaningful. And, if you choose to work collaboratively, you will also make new friends! What’s not to love about this friendly “competition”?!

More info about how to submit your design TBA, but please feel free to get started in the meantime. We can’t wait to see what you come up with!

Warmly,
The Graduate Student Association for Psychedelic Studies (GSAPS)

p.s. the art above was created by Max Loeffler:https://www.debutart.com/artist/max-loeffler

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The mission of GSAPS is to support collaboration among graduate students, recent graduate students, and post-doctoral residents who are engaged in psychedelic research and clinical practice. GSAPS is based in the San Francisco Bay Area.