student (Wilbert J. McKeachie Teaching
Excellence Award); and the Adjunct
Faculty Teaching Excellence Award.
Applications are due Jan. 15. Download
application information at http://
.php. Direct questions to Eric Amsel,
PhD, at email@example.com.
• The Instructional Research Awards
support research on the teaching
of psychology that can be used as a
resource for the division’s Office of
Teaching Resources in Psychology. The
division offers up to five $1,500 awards.
Send applications to Elizabeth Mazur,
PhD, at firstname.lastname@example.org by Feb. 1.
Applications for Div. 2 fellow status are
due Dec. 31. Find nomination criteria
/fellows/ index.php. Self-nominations are
welcome. Send questions to Bill Addison,
PhD, at email@example.com.
Join Div. 15 for free
Div. 15 (Educational Psychology)
is offering free membership for all
first-time enrollees. Membership
includes a digital subscription to the
journal Educational Psychologist, a
subscription to Div. 15’s Newsletter for
Educational Psychologists and a weekly
email digest of educational psychology
Div. 15 members are also eligible for
the division’s annual grants and awards,
and can submit proposals to present
at APA’s 2016 Annual Convention in
Denver, Aug. 4–7. Learn more at http://
apadiv15.org/join or contact Wade
George at firstname.lastname@example.org.
as a Div. 39 scholar
Div. 39 (Psychoanalysis) is accepting
applications for its Scholars Program,
which introduces graduate students and
early career psychologists to the division.
Selected scholars receive a $500 travel
grant to attend the division’s annual
spring meeting, “Hot and Bothered:
Coming Together without Falling Apart,”
April 6–10 in Atlanta. Scholars also
receive the division’s newsletter, journal
and other publications at no cost.
Scholars are also matched with a mentor
they meet with once per month. The
application deadline is Jan. 19.
Find application information at www
/awards/ scholars.aspx. n
Nominate a sport psychology fellow
Div. 47 — which has recently changed its name to the Society for Sport,
Exercise and Performance Psychology — seeks nominations for fellow status
from division members who have:
• Maintained three years of continuous membership in the division.
• Made significant contributions to the field of sport and exercise psychology.
• Been actively involved with the division, such as attending and presenting
at APA’s Annual Convention, serving on division committees or on the
Find application instructions at www.apa.org/membership/fellows. The
nomination deadline is Feb. 9. Direct questions to Div. 47 Fellow Committee
Chair John Heil, PhD, at JHeil@psychhealthroanoke.com.
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