Call for Committee on International Relations Members

APA's Committee on International Relations in Psychology (CIRP) is composed of nine members, elected for a three-year term by APA's Council of Representatives. Three new members are elected each year.

The slates for the election are developed by CIRP under approval of the APA Board of Directors. CIRP has developed the following targeted nominations statement (PDF, 56KB) for the slates to be developed for the 2013 election (terms 2014-2016). Nominations will be due in the spring of 2013, submitted to the APA Elections office.

The Committee on International Relations in Psychology seeks APA members who are concerned with, knowledgeable about and familiar with international issues related to psychology. Expertise in international research, practice, education and policy are desired.

The committee seeks to maintain a diverse membership in terms of ethnic, linguistic and geographical representation. The committee welcomes nominations and self-nominations of psychologists in all stages of their career path.

For questions or further information please contact the International Affairs Office.