APA Fellows Committee
The Fellows Committee is charged with the review of nominations for APA fellows and will report their recommendations on each nomination to the Board of Directors through the Membership Board. The Fellows Committee reports to the APA Council through the Membership Board.
Nominees must be available to meet annually for up to three days in March at APA headquarters in Washington, D.C., and for one day at the APA Annual Convention. APA will cover or reimburse all expenses for both meetings.
Members of the committee must be APA fellows, shall not serve on a division fellows committee or endorse initial APA fellow candidates during their term on the Fellows Committee. The committee is seeking nominees from both practice and teaching/academia for two slates.
The Fellows Committee highly encourages fellows in science, academia and ethnic minorities to apply. Nominations must be submitted with a statement of interest and a current vitae. Self-nominations are welcome. Send nominations and supporting material to Fellows Committee Liaison Sonja Wiggins, 750 First St, NE, Washington, DC, 20002 or via email by July 1.