7-9: Helping Communities Build Leadership: 2001 Regional Training, Cincinnati. Training for prevention and care planning skills-building. Sponsored by the National Association of People with AIDS (NAPWA). Contact: NAPWA; (202) 898-0414; Web site: www.napwa.org.
17: Speaking the Unspoken: Racial Disparities in Mental Health Care for African-Americans with Schizophrenia, Baltimore. Sponsored by the University of Maryland School of Medicine Center for Mental Health Services Research and the VA Mental Illness Research Education and Clinical Center. Contact: Alicia Lucksted, PhD; (410) 328-5389; e-mail: aluckste@Psych.umaryland.edu.
26-27: Seventh National Congress of Social Psychology, Oviedo, Spain.Contact: Web site: http://www.uniovi.es/~Psi/csocial/index.html.
12-16: Third Pan-Asia-Pacific Conference on Mental Health, Beijing, China.Contact: The Third Pan-Asia-Pacific Conference on Mental Health, No. 5, Ankang Hutong, Deshengmen Wai, Beijing 100088, China; 86-10-82085465; fax: 86-10-62012742; e-mail: PAPCMH2001@psycn.com or email@example.com.
25-26: Kent State University Fall 2001 Teaching Conference, East Liverpool, Ohio.Contact: Joan Gailey, Kent State University, East Liverpool Campus, East Fourth Street, East Liverpool, OH 43920; (330) 382-7440; fax: (330) 385-6348; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
25-27: Feminine Ways: International Conference on Women's Health and Psychopathology, Oporto, Portugal. Contact: Teresa McIntyre or Barbara Figueiredo, Departamento de Psicologia, Universidade do Minho, Campus de Gualtar, 4700 Braga, Portugal; e-mail: email@example.com.
17-20: Southeast Asia Regional Conference on Scientific and Applied Psychology: Enhancing Human Potential, Mumbai. The conference is hosted by the Bombay Psychological Association (BPA) and is sponsored by the International Association of Applied Psychology, the International Union of Psychological Sciences and the International Association for Cross Cultural Psychology. Registration is $200 on or before Sept. 15 and $250 thereafter. Contact: B.L. Barnes, BPA president and conference co-president; SNDT Women's University, Mumbai 400020; phone: 2072484, 3873838; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The National Humanities Center is offering 40 residential fellowships for advanced study during the 2002-03 academic year. Most of the fellowships are unrestricted, though there are designated awards for: one fellowship in art history or visual culture; three fellowships for scholars in any humanistic field whose research concerns religion; and three fellowships for scholarship concerning nature, environmental history or ecological concerns. Stipends are up to $50,000, plus a research fund of $2,500. Contact: e-mail email@example.com; Web site: www.nhc.rtp.nc.us:8080.