Div. 15 welcomes proposals
for APA 2014
Div. 15 (Educational) invites
members to submit proposals for
APA’s 2014 Annual Convention,
Aug. 7–10 in Washington, D.C. The
division is particularly interested
in research that fits its 2014 theme,
“Achieving More With Others.” If
you do not already have a MyAPA
account, you will need to register
before submitting a proposal.
Submit a proposal at http://
Blog for Div. 15
instruction.aspx. The division is
also seeking proposal reviewers.
To volunteer, contact program
co-chairs DeLeon Gray, PhD, at
firstname.lastname@example.org, and Cary
Roseth, PhD, at email@example.com.
Div. 15 (Educational) invites its
members to submit content for
its blog. Posts should be between
300 and 800 words and toned
for a general readership. To be
considered, send a sample post to
Wade George at wade.george@
Mark your calendars for
Div. 17 conference
The Div. 17 (Society of Counseling Psychology) 2014 conference,
“Counseling Psychology in Action:
Future Opportunities and Challenges,” will be held in Atlanta on March
13–16, 2014. The conference is an
initiative of Div. 17 President Sharon
Bowman, PhD, and will be co-spon-sored by the Association of Counseling Center Training Agencies and
the Council of Counseling Psychology Training Programs. For more
information, visit www.div17.org.
Div. 1 (Society for General Psychology) is accepting nominations for its 2014 awards. Winners
will give a presentation at the
2015 APA Annual Convention in
Denver, and will receive a certificate, a medal and a $1,500 prize.
• The William James Book
Award, which honors a recent
book that furthers the goals
of the division and highlights
efforts to bring together diverse
subfields of psychology and
• The Ernest R. Hilgard Award
for a Career Contribution to
General Psychology, which
recognizes an individual who has
made significant contributions to
the division’s ideals and mission.
• The George A. Miller Award
for an Outstanding Recent
Article in General Psychology,
recognizes a recent paper that
contributes to the division’s
ideals and mission.
• The Arthur W. Staats
Lecture for Unifying Psychology
honors an individual who has
made contributions toward
integrating psychology’s diverse
The division also seeks
nominations for the Anne
Anastasi General Psychology
Graduate Student Awards,
which recognize two
outstanding students (one in the
first two years of graduate work
and one who has completed two
years of graduate work) based
on their vitae and research
plans, plus a supporting letter
from an advisor. The winners
will each receive a $300 prize.
For more information on each
15. Self-nominations are welcome.
award, visit www.apadivisions.
aspx. Nominations and
supporting materials are due Feb.