From the International Affairs Office

APA Directory of International Affiliates is published. Travel Award supports research into human reproductive behavior or population concerns. Diverse scientific events and projects supported by annual fund.

APA Offers Directory of International Affiliates

The APA Office of International Affairs has published a 2001–2002 Directory of International Affiliates. The Directory is free of charge and available on request from the Office of International Affairs, 750 First Street, NE, Washington, DC, 20002; 202-336-6025 (phone); 202-218-3599 (fax).

2002 David Travel Award

The David International Travel Award is made possible through a donation made by Henry P. David, PhD, to the American Psychological Foundation (APF). The award supports a young psychologist–someone with a PhD, PsyD, or EdD in psychology, with not more than 5 years postgraduate experience–with a demonstrated interest in human reproductive behavior or an area related to population concerns. Funds are used to subsidize travel (up to $1,000) to an international or regional congress of the award recipient's choice. The submission deadline is February 15, 2002. Psychologists from anywhere in the world are invited to apply. For more information, and to obtain a complete list of application criteria and an application form, contact the International Affairs at the APA address; (202) 336-6025 (telephone); (202) 218-3599 (fax).

Grant Fosters the Exchange of Knowledge Among Psychologists Across the World

The Office of International Affairs has established an annual $3,500 fund to provide support for diverse scientific events and projects that foster the exchange of knowledge among psychologists across the world. Need will be considered in selecting recipients and in determining the amount of support. Applications for funding should address the following points: a brief description of the applicant's organization, including the mission statement and other relevant documents that describe the organization, and a description of the organization's relationships with APA; and overview of the event's objectives and activities, including a preliminary program; a description of the organizational structure that will carry out the event; the budget for the event, including a portion requested from APA and other funding sources; and a description of the event's proposed products (e.g., monographs, CD-ROM). For more information and complete application guidelines, contact International Affairs, 750 First Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002. Applications are due no later than March 1, 2002.