Division Dialogue plans to publish a series of articles from APA staff to assist new division officers in the who, what, why, when, and where, and especially how, various APA offices handle division issues.
To enhance the quality of teaching and learning outcomes, the Board of Educational Affairs (BEA) reviews proposals for financial support to award $5,000 in BEA Block Grants each year.
Scholarships seek to identify graduate students who show great promise or achievement in their graduate studies, as signified by scholarly and/or research activity.
The American Psychological Association’s Disability Mentoring Program is seeking APA member psychologists to participate as mentors to benefit students and professionals with disabilities.
The Meritorious Research Service Citation is a new award developed by the Board of Scientific Affairs (BSA) to recognize outstanding psychologists in the federal government who help foster research by their programmatic activities.
APApractice.org is the new online resource from the APA Practice Organization designed for practitioner members of APA.