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Become a CSES monitor and help identity and communicate possible areas of collaboration between associations/divisions and CSES and join our network of collaborators

Become a CSES Monitor

The Committee on Socioeconomic Status (CSES) would like to establish a collaborative relationship with your state association or APA division. CSES hopes to serve as a source of information and support on issues relating to SES in psychology to help strengthen the awareness of these important issues within your region and across the country. Thus, we invite your association or division to select members to serve as formal monitors to CSES throughout the year. Monitors serve as important catalysts to identifying and communicating possible areas of collaboration between associations/divisions and CSES. 

  • Monitors function primarily to alert or inform their state association or division of CSES’ activities, programs, and policies that may have implications for their division/association’s mission, priorities, and responsibilities.

  • Monitors receive CSES agendas prior to APA Consolidated Meetings to review them and offer suggestions for agenda items or proposed activities. Monitors also receive CSES meeting minutes and bi-annual activity summaries. 

  • Monitors are automatically subscribed to the SES Network email list, where monitors receive news and updates from the Office & Committee on SES, periodical information and/or resources related to SES and various intersecting topics. Monitors also receive our quarterly electronic newsletter, The SES Indicator. 

A collaborative relationship between CSES and your association or division will be beneficial for promoting a greater understanding of SES in your state or among your colleagues!

To become a monitor, email the Office on Socieoeconomic Status.

Join the SES Network email list

The SES Network email list is growing!  The SES Network email list operates as a platform to share information and ideas; raise questions; and identify critical problems and issues related to socioeconomic status with over 150 representatives of various divisions, state associations, committee members, APA staff and other groups.

To join, email the Office on Socioeconomic Status.