APAGS news

APAGS proudly introduces the Division Student Representative Network (DSRN). Established to create a nexus between APA Divisions and student leaders, DSRN will provide a forum for student representatives to discuss the challenges of recruiting student members, while building leadership skills within each division.

APAGS Division Student Representative Network

APAGS proudly introduces the Division Student Representative Network (DSRN). Established to create a nexus between APA Divisions and student leaders, DSRN will provide a forum for student representatives to discuss the challenges of recruiting student members, while building leadership skills within each division. Once a division has selected a student representative, they will then be subscribed to a closed listserv where they can share information and lessons learned within their divisions, and get important APAGS news and information from one source. For more information and forms for designating a student member, please visit: click here.


APAGS 2004 Convention Programming

The annual APA Convention will take place July 28-August 1 in beautiful Honolulu, Hawaii. The APAGS Convention programming schedule is now available online at http://apa.org/apags. Special programs this year will include topics on internship, dissertations, comps, mentorship, and much more! Also, don't miss the opportunity to meet eminent psychologists at our free 'Food for Thought' breakfasts.

APAGS will again host the pre-convention APAGS Internship Workshop ($25 members/$30 non-members-- Click here to pre-register). The workshop is designed to help students successfully navigate the internship application process. All attendees receive a copy of Internships in Psychology: The APAGS Workbook for Writing Successful Applications and Finding the Right Match.


Apply for APAGS 2004 Scholarships and Awards

APAGS is now accepting applications for its 2004 scholarships, grants and awards, which recognize students and those who support them for excellence in several areas, such as working with underserved populations or researching diversity. To be eligible to apply or nominate a candidate, graduate students must be enrolled in good standing at least part time at a regionally accredited university. The application and nomination deadline is June 14, except when noted otherwise.