Regularly updated APA membership data are now available to all members and affiliates.
For Division Leaders
- APA Offers Involvement in Federal Advocacy Activities
Federal Action Network fosters grassroots action on key public policy issues for psychology.
- Meet APA staff: Merry Bullock, Office of International Affairs
Sarah Jordan interviews Merry Bullock, senior director, Office of International Affairs.
- Meet Division Services staff: Sarah Jordan, director
Learn more about the Division Services Office staff, beginning with Director Sarah Jordan.
- Tech tip: How to send to more than one email distribution list
To avoid having your message considered spam, don’t send the same email to more than one list at the time.
- For Division Leaders
Resources provided by APA for division officers and leaders: help with administrative services, newsletters, Handbook for Division Officers, calendars by APA office, financial services/division treasurer information, and division demographic profiles.
- Contact Division Services
APA staff and members of the Committee on Division/APA Relations are here to help divisions and division leaders.
Share With Your Members
- Div. 41 wins APAGS Outstanding APA Division Award for 2014
The American-Psychology Law Society was recognized for engaging students.
- Div. 49 recognized for best early career engagement
Society for Group Psychology and Group Psychotherapy awarded by Committee on Early Career Psychologists.
- Divs. 5 and 29 change names
Name changes were made official in October for Divs. 5 and 29.
- The Counseling Psychologist (TCP)
Div. 17 (Society of Counseling Psychology) and the APA Office of Continuing Education in Psychology have partnered to offer readers of TCP opportunities to earn CE credits.
Conferences and Events
- Society for Personality and Social Psychology Annual Meeting
Network with 3,500 scientists who will share their latest research at the 16th annual meeting of Div. 8.
- Collaborative Perspectives on Addiction
The annual meeting of Div. 50, co-hosted with Div. 28, will feature numerous opportunities for examining new frontiers in the assessment and treatment of addiction.
- Society for Qualitative Inquiry in Psychology 2015 Conference
This annual conference will feature panels addressing theoretical advances and psychological diversity within qualitative inquiry.
- 2015 National Multicultural Conference and Summit
The summit will provide a welcoming space to explore the question, "relative to science, service, training and policy, what has the multicultural psychology movement not yet accomplished?"
Call for Nominations/Awards
- Spend a Year Working on Policy in Washington, D.C.
APA fellowships offer psychologists at all points in their career the chance to apply their skills in government.
- Committee on Women in Psychology (CWP) Leadership Awards
The APA Committee on Women in Psychology (CWP) invites nominations for its annual Leadership Awards. These awards demonstrate CWP’s commitment to ensuring that women receive equity both within psychology and as consumers of psychological services, and that issues pertaining to women are kept at the forefront of psychological research, education, training and practice.
- APA Grants for International Psychologists and Psychology Students to Attend the APA Annual Convention
This award provides up to $500 to psychologists and psychology students based outside the U.S. and Canada, to be applied toward costs related to the APA convention (e.g., travel expenses or registration fees).
- Early-career and Mid-career Award for Outstanding Contributions to Benefit Children, Youth and Families
The Committee on Children, Youth and Families (CYF) invites nominations for the APA annual award for early career and mid-career psychologists whose contributions benefit the psychological functioning or well-being of children, youth and families.
- Distinguished Contributions to the Advancement of Disability Issues in Psychology Award
This award seeks to recognize an APA member who has had a significant and enduring impact on advancing the role of psychological principles to enhance the lives of and promote the inclusion of people with disabilities in society.
- Committee on Socioeconomic Status (CSES) Leadership Awards
These awards recognize the outstanding achievements of psychologists and friends of psychology who have made significant contributions to the understanding of socioeconomic status and the lives and well-being of the poor.
- American Psychological Foundation (APF)
APF provides financial support for innovative research and programs that enhance the power of psychology to elevate the human condition and advance human potential both now and in generations to come.
From APA Directorates
- APA directorate updates
These updates are provided as possible content for sharing in division newsletters, websites, mailing lists, social networking, etc.