- December 2012
The newsletter discusses news and activities of the APA Education Directorate, including the 2012 Education Leadership Conference, the Graduate Education Psychology program, events from the 2012 APA Annual Convention, and various winners of awards and grants.
- December 2011
The newsletter discusses interprofessional teaching, appropriations battles, teaching and training awards, TOPSS poster competition, APF awards and grants, innovative practices in graduate education in psychology, and the Center for Psychology in Schools and Education update.
- December 2010
The 2010 Education Leadership Conference: Psychology and lifelong learning, updates from Education Directorate offices, conference funding, education awards such as the TOPPSS Excellence in Psychology Award and the Education and Training Awards, CE sponsor applications, and more is featured in the Winter 2010 Educator newsletter.
- December 2009
In this issue: health care workforce, campus suicide prevention grants, accreditation site visitor workshop and award winners.
- September 2008
In this issue: international psychology education, Graduate Psychology Education program, online CE credits in ethics, competency initiatives and the Catalyst Summit.
- May 2007[PDF]
In this issue: globalization and internationalization of psychology, cultural and intergroup relations, universal principles of human thought and behavior.
- October 2006[PDF]
In this issue: Paul D. Nelson, PhD, writes about 24 years of serving the APA, Education Leadership Conference, technology and assessment.
- October 2005[PDF]
In this issue: epistemological, individual and organizational diversity in psychology, advocacy leaders, the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and funding for Graduate Psychology Education.
- May 2005[PDF]
In this issue: SAMHSA grants, barriers to advocacy, campus mental and behavioral health, scholarship and the Online Psychology Laboratory.
- October 2004[PDF]
In this issue: Education Leadership Conference, applying psychological science to education and training in psychology, advocacy, campus suicide prevention and the Garrett Lee Smith Memorial Act.