2012 APA-USNC travel and mentoring program at the International Congress of Psychology (ICP 2012)

A group of mentors, early-career psychologists and graduate students have been selected to participate in the APA-USNC Travel and Mentoring Program in South Africa.
The APA-USNC International Mentoring Program is jointly sponsored by the APA Office of International Affairs and the U.S. National Committee for Psychological Science, and funded by the National Science Foundation. The goal of this program is to support U.S. psychologists and psychology students in attending the 30th International Congress of Psychology (ICP 2012) in Cape Town, South Africa, July 22-27, 2012. The program pairs psychology students and early-career psychologists with mid- and senior-level psychologists who have experience in international research and collaborations. As mentors and mentees, these psychologists will explore networking, international contacts and collaborations. The 2012 program awardees are listed below:

Michael Beran, PhD (Georgia State University)
Arpana Inman, PhD (Lehigh University)
Bruce Overmier, PhD (University of Minnesota)
Nan Sussman, PhD (College of Staten Island, CUNY)
Janet Swim, PhD (Pennsylvania State University)
Patrick Tolan, PhD (University of Virginia)
Jeffrey Zacks, PhD (Washington University)

Early-Career Psychologists

Dana Basnight-Brown, PhD (University of Albany, SUNY)
Vivian Dzokoto, PhD (Virginia Commonwealth University)
Kelly Liao, PhD (University of Missouri-St. Louis)
Bonnie M. Perdue, PhD (Georgia State)
Carlos Santos, PhD (Arizona State University)
Michael F. Steger, PhD (College of Natural Sciences, Colorado)
Rebecca White, PhD (University of Chicago)
Gui Xue, PhD (UCLA)

Graduate Students

Wendy Baccus (George Mason University)
Bonnie Brett (University of Maryland)
Max E. Butterfield (Texas Christian University)
Eva Dundas (Carnegie Mellon University)
Juliana Schroeder (University of Chicago)
Jonathan Stange (Temple University)