Office of Ethnic Minority Affairs
The Office of Ethnic Minority Affairs (OEMA) seeks to increase scientific understanding of how psychology pertains to both race/ethnicity and culture.
Programs and Services
Call for Nominations for the Committee on Ethnic Minority Affairs (CEMA)
To fulfill its mandate for ethnic representation and its commitment to gender equity, the two vacant slates are for the following: Self-identified Asian-American/Pacific Islander female and male psychologists.
Call for Nominations for the Commission on Ethnic Minority Recruitment, Retention and Training Grants (CEMRRAT2)
These small grants are intended to serve as "seed funds" to energize, empower, and support interested individuals, organizations and educational institutions committed to enhancing ethnic minority recruitment, retention and training in psychology. Deadline Extended to May 15, 2015.
Call for Nominations for the Jeffrey S. Tanaka Memorial Dissertation Award in Psychology
An award for the most outstanding dissertation in psychology which addresses concerns relevant to populations of color. Deadline Extended to May 15, 2015.
Call for Nominations for the Suinn Minority Achievement Program Award
This award rewards graduate programs in psychology that have demonstrated excellence in the recruitment, retention and graduation of ethnic minority students.
View the latest installment of the Ethnicity and Health in America Series for African American Heritage Month
OEMA will be continuing the Ethnicity and Health in America Series (EHAS) with its celebration of Asian American Heritage Month throughout the Month of May. Event details to come soon.