May/April 2004

Division News

The Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology has elected eight of its members to be Fellows, the society’s highest honor.

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.

From the Education Directorate

The Continuing Professional Education Committee (CPEC) seeks to assemble a diverse group of psychologists who are committed to the concept of life-long learning.

From the Public Interest Directorate

Call for nominations for Women in Psychology (CWP), Disability Issues on Psychology (CDIP) , and Children, Youth, and Families (CYF) committees.

From the Science Directorate

Public witness testimony is one of many advocacy strategies the Public Policy Office staff put into action during the often frenzied appropriations process.

From the Practice Directorate

Psychology advocates cheered the news as Louisiana became the second state to enact a prescriptive authority (RxP) law for qualified psychologists.