• Minnesota: Susan Welnel, PsyD.
• New Mexico: Nicole Duranceaux,
• North Carolina: Katrina Kuzyszyn-Jones, PsyD, and Abigail Pressel, PhD.
• Washington state: Owen Bargreen,
The committee thanks these early
career psychologists for their service and
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APA’s $2,500 Excellence in Librarianship
Award recognizes an outstanding
contribution to psychology and social
and behavioral sciences librarianship,
such as by developing a library project,
research or service that promotes or
furthers behavioral science. This award
is open to librarians as well as other
It will be presented at the American
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Individuals may nominate
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others with knowledge of the nominee’s
To apply, submit the following
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• A nomination statement that
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• A current curriculum vitae.
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• Contact information for the
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CEMA seeks two new members
APA’s Committee on Ethnic Minority
Affairs (CEMA) welcomes nominations
for two new members to begin three-year terms on Jan. 1, 2013.