The Society for the Psychological Study of Masculinity and Men, Division 51, American Psychological Association
volume 12
number 2
  
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  Mid-winter meeting and APA Summit on Violence and Abuse in
Relationships
 

Division 51 will be having our annual men's retreat and Division Board
meeting as a part of the APA Conference on Summit on Violence and Abuse
in Relationships this year at the Hyatt Regency in Bethesda, MD
(suburban Washington, DC).  In addition, we will be having a discussion
on Division 51 identity/mission statement/values, to which all members
are welcome.

The Conference opens the evening of February 28 and runs through the
next day.  More information can be found by following the link to the
conference at apa.org.

The Board meeting is Friday evening, Feb 29, beginning at 7pm.

The Annual Midwinter Retreat for Men of Division 51 will be on Sat,
March 1. This is a long-standing and very rewarding experience for Div.
51 members. The experience traditionally begins with a continental
breakfast at 8 AM and continues to 5 PM with a lunch break. The focus is
on sharing the challenges and rewards of being the unique men that we
are through a facilitated group experience.

Cost for the retreat is $40 for members/fellows; free for graduate
students, please contact division president Chris Kilmartin
(ckilmart@umw.edu) if you plan to attend.

On Sunday, March 2, we will have a discussion on Division 51
identity/mission statement/values from 9am until noon.  All members are
welcome to attend.  Please also contact Chris if you plan to attend.

The conference and meeting hotel:

Hyatt Regency Bethesda
(888) 591-1234
Reservations link at www.reisman-white.com
(use special conference rate code-G-TPSY)
$189 single/double

The easiest airport to fly into is Washington-National (DCA).  You can
take the Metro from the airport Yellow Line to the Red Line (transfer at
Gallery Place-Chinatown Station). Get off at the Bethesda station *
the hotel sits on top of the station.  A system map of the Metro system
can be found at:

http://www.wmata.com/metrorail/systemmap.cfm

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  Edited by: Mitchell Hicks, PhD