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  • 1.APAGS Election Information
    APAGS election and appointment procedures and committee and subcomittee positions.
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  • 2.APAGS Subcommittees
    Subcommittees of APAGS, covering LGBT issues, convention planning, ethnic minority affairs and legislative advocacy.
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  • 3.APAGS Subcommittee Chair Biographies
    Biographies of current chairs of APAGS subcommittees.
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  • 4.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.
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  • 5.APAGS-CLGBTC 1992-2008: A Brief History
    The task force on sexual minority concerns identified problem areas, facilitated change, educated new APAGS members of resources, and communicated with offices and student affiliates of other organizations.
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  • 6.Nurturing Supporters and Creating Psychology Champions on Capitol Hill
    Over the past several years the psychology community has begun to realize the importance of actively supporting Members of Congress who are working to gain greater federal support and funding for psychology education and training through either the authorizing or appropriations process.
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  • 7.2014 APAGS Election
    Vote for open positions in the APAGS election.
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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.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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  • 10.APA Initiatives to Prevent Gun Violence
    APA-wide initiatives to prevent gun violence have involved communications with The White House, executive agencies, Congress, other organizations, APA members, the news media and the general public in support of vital mental and behavioral health services, training and research.
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