What is Pipeline?
The Pipeline is a semiannual publication produced by the APA/NIGMS project, which is operated by the Office of Ethnic Minority Affairs (OEMA) in the Public Interest Directorate of the American Psychological Association (APA).
The primary goal of the Pipeline is to provide information related to the activities and status of the APA/NIGMS project on Developing Minority Biomedical Research Talent in Psychology: A Collaborative and Systemic Approach for Strengthening Institutional Capacity for Recruitment, Retention, Training, and Research and to facilitate communication and information exchange between the project's Regional Centers of Excellence and others interested in diversity and minority retention in higher education.
The Pipeline also provides information on initiatives, both internal and external to APA, that may enhance the demonstration efforts of the project's Regional Centers of Excellence and the field of minority recruitment, retention, training, and research.
The Pipeline is distributed free to APA/NIGMS project participants and project consultants, minority psychological associations, APA divisions, undergraduate and graduate departments of psychology, and selected federal and local governmental agencies. The distribution of the Pipeline is about 3,000.
If you wish to receive the Pipeline or to submit articles or information, contact Sonja M. Preston, the American Psychological Association, Office of Ethnic Minority Affairs, APA/NIGMS Project, 750 First Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002; phone: (202) 218-3986; TDD: (202) 336-6123; fax: (202) 336-6040.