- September 2011
The articles in this newsletter discuss the convention makeover, investing funds with APF, the Society of Counseling Psychology leadership academy, Interdivisional Grant Program winners, human trafficking, continuing education sessions, women with disabilities, and the virtual workforce.
- August 2011
The articles in this newsletter discuss Division activities at convention, Interdivisional Grant Program, bylaws online voting, CBIZ staff and finance liaisons, The Society for the Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issues anniversary, virtual workforce, travel grants and guides, call for nominations, SES-Related Cancer Disparities Program, and directorate updates.
- July 2011
Articles featured include: Convention highlights for Division leaders; Membership: Divisions see results of email marketing promotion; Five Divisions launch new websites; Division 51 named APAGS Division of the year; Call for Nominations for Terms (2012-2014) and more.
- May 2011
Articles featured include: Division 52 - Early Career Psychologists in action; Read up on Division news; Your CODAPAR representative; and News of Interest for multiple Directorates.
- March 2011
Articles featured include: diversity, Division news, the new Division 35 website, the 2011 Divison Leadership Conference, and the 2011 Science Showcase.
- November 2010
In this issue: electronic voting, journal editors roundtable, conference funding, and leadership succession.
- September 2010
In this issue: Division membership workshop at the APA Convention, APA Climate Change report and report on Psychology as a STEM discipline.
- July 2010
In this issue: nominations for Committees on Aging, Socioeconomic Status, and Children, Youth and Families, Task Force on Immigration, and the Psychology Department Program.
- May 2010
In this issue: CODAPAR, Fellows committee, an e-conference on undergraduate education, indigenous people, National Standards for High School Psychology Curricula and volunteer HIV trainers.
- September 2009
In this issue: the Conference on Occupational Stress and Health, and advocacy in the Department of Defense.