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  • 1.APAGS Election Information
    APAGS election and appointment procedures and committee and subcomittee positions.
    Web Page
  • 2.2014 APAGS Election
    Vote for open positions in the APAGS election.
    Web Page
  • 3.Decision Making Within APAGS
    Your participation in helping APAGS make decisions and represent student needs, opinions and issues is, as always, very welcomed and highly encouraged.
    Web Page
  • 4.APAGS Committee
    APAGS is governed by nine leaders elected by APAGS members along with the chairs of five specialized subcommittees.
    Web Page
  • 5.APAGS Committee on Ethnic Minority Affairs Strategic Plan 2012-2016
    The strategic plan for the Committee on Ethnic Minority Affairs promotes mentoring, partnerships, recruitment, retention and graduation of diverse psychology graduate students, and emphasizes advocacy and diversity training focused on social justice.
    Web Page (January 2012)
  • 6.Get involved with APAGS
    APAGS is governed by nine elected officers including a chair, past-chair and chair-elect, as well as six members-at-Large representing practice, research/academics, education/training, communications/public relations, diversity and membership recruitment/retention.
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  • 7.APAGS Subcommittees
    Subcommittees of APAGS, covering LGBT issues, convention planning, ethnic minority affairs and legislative advocacy.
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  • 8.Call for Applications: Elected & Appointed Positions
    APAGS posts openings on the nine-member elected committee — chair-elect and member-at-large positions — each winter and subcommittee chairs each spring.
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  • 9.About APAGS
    From at-home access to research tools like PsycINFO, to opportunities to present your work at APA's annual conventions, membership in APA/APAGS will help you succeed in graduate school and develop as a member of the psychological community.
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  • 10.APAGS Committee on LGBT Concerns Strategic Plan 2013-2015
    The committee on LGBT concerns' strategic plan promotes advocacy, collaboration, communication, community and education and training initiatives that support LGBT psychology graduate students and champion competence and social justice on diversity, sexual orientation and gender identity issues.
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