Register for Div. 14 conference
Div. 14 (Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology)
is hosting its 10th annual Leading Edge Consortium “Succession
Strategies: Building Your Leadership Bench” on Oct. 17–
18 in Chicago. Sessions will focus on effective succession
management, including how to align succession management
with an organization’s goals and develop strong and diverse
leadership talent. Register at www.siop.org/lec.
Blog for Div. 15
Div. 15 (Educational) invites all of its members to submit
content for its blog. Up to two submissions per author are
allowed each year. Posts should be 400 to 1,000 words in length
and toned for a general readership. Send a sample post to Wade
George at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn about the latest Div. 27 projects
Div. 27 (Society for Community Research and Action) and
Nominate for a Div. 52 book award
Portland State University are hosting the annual Northwest
Ecological Community Psychology Conference on Oct. 17 in
Portland, Oregon. The conference theme is “Interdisciplinary
Dialogues in Community Research and Action.” Presentations
will focus on such topics as community action projects, cutting-
edge social research, and diversity and social justice. Register
by Sept. 26 for a discount. To register, go to bit.ly/NWECO. For
questions and more information, email NWEConference@
Div. 52 (International) welcomes applications for the Ursula
Gielen Global Psychology Book Award, which honors a
copyright 2014 nonfiction book that highlights psychology as a
global discipline and profession. Submissions should include a
two-page letter in English that describes the book’s contribution
to global psychology and three copies of the book for reviewers.
Div. 52 will announce the winner this spring. The winner
receives a stipend toward attending APA’s Annual Convention in
Toronto, Aug. 6–9, to present an invited address. Nominations
are due Oct. 1. Send submissions to Renée Goodstein, PhD, at
c k Examine APA’s undergrad
learning goals in depth
Div. 2 (Society for the Teaching of Psychology)
• Scientific inquiry and critical thinking.
will host its 13th Annual Conference on
Teaching on Oct. 10–11 in Atlanta. Targeted
to psychology teachers at high schools, two-
year and four-year colleges and universities,
the conference will feature tracks that address
each of APA’s new learning goals for the
undergraduate psychology major:
• Knowledge base in psychology.
• Ethical and social responsibility in today’s
• Professional development.
For more information, visit the conference
website at: http://teachpsych.org/conferences/
Explore APA’s new learning goals for undergraduate psychology majors at
Div. 2’s annual conference, Oct. 10–11 in Atlanta.