APA Committee on Women in Psychology (CWP)

Join us in Orlando to network and discuss becoming a journal editor

CWP Convention Activities

Why You Should Consider Becoming a Journal Editor: A Panel Discussion with Women Journal Editors
Friday, August 3, 2012, 11-11:50 a.m.
Chair: Joan C. Chrisler, PhD 
AWP/SPW Hospitality Suite, Peabody Orlando Hotel

Research and Training Funding
Saturday, August 4, 2012, 11-11:50 a.m.
Chair: undetermined
Peabody Orlando Hotel, Celebration Room 14 and 15
Contact Ms. Tanya Burrwell for more information.

CWP Network Breakfast
Saturday, August 4, 2012, 8-9:50 a.m.
Contact Ms. Tanya Burrwell for more information.

CWP-Network

The CWP-Network serves as a coalition of women's committees within psychology, including representatives from divisions, state, and regional associations without formally-organized committees on women.  This mechanism allows representatives to share issues, strategies, questions, concerns and so forth.

The Network includes representatives from divisions, state associations, ethnic minority psychological associations, regional psychological associations and other groups within organized psychology, as well as former Committee on Women in Psychology (CWP) members.  CWP sees its partnership with the Network as critical to the committee's core mission to coordinate APA's efforts to ensure equal opportunity for women psychologists as practitioners, educators, and scientists.

CWP is committed to keeping the Network informed of its work and the issues it is working on, responding to initiatives that network members raise, soliciting input on issues that come before the committee, and providing information and opportunities for Network members to become more active in APA governance.

Would you like to become a member of the CWP Network? Annually, CWP invites presidents and executive directors of APA divisions and SPTAs to appoint a representative to the Network. If you would like to become a member of the Network reach out to your division or SPTA leader and volunteer to become a representative.