Get Involved with APA Science Student Council
Our success depends on your comments and participation! As a science-oriented graduate student, there are several ways in which you can play an active role in addressing issues and concerns that are most important to you:
Apply to join the council
A call for applications for open positions is posted to the website and distributed annually each spring.
Take a look at the member roster to find out council members' contact information and specialty areas. View the member roster to send email directly to us.
We represent the group of science-oriented psychology graduate students as a whole — which means that we need to hear from you. Please tell us how you think we may help the Science Directorate to help you. Email us.
Students at any level may join, and may continue to participate in the list after receiving their PhD. Sign up.
Back row: Noreen Watson, Texas Tech University; Joseph Gonzales, University of California, Davis; Allison E. Gaffey, University of Notre Dame; Corbin A. Cunningham, Johns Hopkins University; Jason Fuchs, University of Vermont. Front Row: Elizabeth Necka, University of Chicago; Casey Calhoun, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Patty X. Kuo, University of Michigan; Richard Chambers, II, Louisiana Tech University.
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