September/October 2004

Division News

All APA Boards; Committees; Divisions; State, Provincial and Territorial Psychological Associations, and individual members are invited to submit nominations for the newly created Committee on Early Career Psychologists. Self-nominations are also encouraged.

APAGS News

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

Foundation News

The American Psychological Foundation (APF) Board of Trustees invites nominations for awards and grants, and encourages applications from individuals who represent diversity in race, ethnicity, gender, age, and sexual orientation.

From the Education Directorate

Through the APA Psychology Department Program, undergraduate and graduate psychology departments can purchase a package that includes subscriptions to APA’s many teaching and advising publications and promotes access to its varied education resources.

From the Public Interest Directorate

The American Psychological Association (APA) Ad Hoc Committee on Psychology and AIDS (COPA) and the American Psychological Association's Committee on Women in Psychology (CWP) are seeking nominations for the 2005 term.

From the Science Directorate

Murphy focused on how our knowledge about organizational climate and cultural factors, end-accountability, collective corruption, leadership, training, and whistle-blowing can be effectively transferred into military contexts to impact prevention of further incidents and intervention following events such as Abu Ghraib.

From the Practice Directorate

The APA Practice Organization pursues issues related to coding and Medicare payment for diagnostic testing services provided by technicians and other ancillary staff.