discussed how the division could
help with the dissemination of the
Join the Div. 41 student section
Div. 41 (American Psychology-Law
Society) encourages psychology-law graduate students to join
its student section. The section
hosts professional development
events and a 5K Fun Run at the
division’s annual conference, to
be held March 7–9 in Portland,
Ore. The student section’s campus
representative program has more
than 70 representatives across
the United States and Canada, as
well as an active Facebook page
to keep students up to date about
mentoring opportunities, grants,
scholarships and predoctoral
internship opportunities. For more
information and to join, go to
Follow Div. 46 on Facebook
Div. 46 (Society for Media
Psychology and Technology) has
a new group for psychologists
who work, research and practice
in the media. Members post
and comment on articles that
connect psychology and media,
such as how to report statistics in
the news and the prevalence of
Facebook addiction. To join, go to
Attend Div. 54’s annual meeting
Div. 54 (Society of Pediatric
Psychology) is hosting the
National Conference in Pediatric
Psychology on April 11–13 in New
Orleans. Speakers will address
pediatric sleep issues, health-care
reform, quality improvement,
diversity, and clinically
informed and relevant research
methodologies. The meeting
will offer 13 hours of continuing
education; additional CE will
be available at two three-hour
preconference workshops and at
special interest group meetings.
Div. 54 is an APA-approved
sponsor of continuing education.
For more information, go to www.
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