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Seeking state association or division members to serve as CSES monitors

The Committee on Socioeconomic Status (CSES) would like to establish a collaborative relationship with state associations or divisions. CSES hopes to serve as a source of information and support on issues relating to SES in psychology to help strengthen the awareness of important issues within the national and regional or topical areas. Thus, we invite associations or divisions to select members to serve as formal monitors to CSES for 2012. Monitors serve as important catalysts to identifying and communicating possible areas of collaboration between associations/divisions and CSES. Monitors will function primarily to alert their division or state association of CSES’ actions, programs and policies that might have implications for their association’s mission, priorities and responsibilities. Monitors will receive and review agendas through a listserv prior to CSES meetings, and minutes following CSES meetings for review. A collaborative relationship between CSES and respective associations can be valuable in promoting the mission and vision of CSES and a greater public understanding of SES.

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The SES Network and Liststerv are growing! The SES Network & email list provide a platform to share information and ideas, raise questions and identify critical problems and issues related to socioeconomic status with over 154 representatives of various divisions, state associations, committee members, APA staff and other groups. For more information about how to join the SES Network or to serve as a monitor, visit our website.