The deadline for the Jeffery S. Tanaka Memorial Award Dissertation in Psychology submissions has been extended to May 16th, 2016! Please read below for more information or follow this link: http://www.apa.org/about/awards/tanaka-award.aspx
Friday, May 13, 2016
Tuesday, May 3, 2016
Please follow the link for more information about a postdoctoral fellowship in Asian American Studies at the University of Maryland: https://ejobs.umd.edu/postings/42405
Friday, April 29, 2016
Applying to Psychology Doctoral Programs 101 for Students of Color:
Virtual Mentoring Hour
Thursday 05/05/16 at 12:30pm
The APAGS-CARED virtual mentoring hour is for undergraduate students of color or those who will be applying to PhD/PsyD programs in clinical, counseling, and school psychology programs.
The goal of this online meeting is to provide information about how to choose a multiculturally-friendly doctoral program, especially with regard to race and ethnicity.
- Learn about program considerations that are salient to students of color (e.g., geography, culture, and climate);
- Increase awareness about different types of psychology programs, admissions criteria, and opportunities to study multicultural issues;
- Have the opportunity to ask questions to current graduate student of color; and
- Begin networking with other students of color that share similar advanced degree interests and career paths in the field of psychology.
Monday, April 11, 2016
A limited number of scholarships will be awarded to graduate students to cover a portion of their conference registration and housing costs. These scholarships are intended to increase graduate student participation in both the preconference and conference.
What Does the Scholarship Cover?
The scholarship covers registration fees, and can also be used to cover travel expenses.
Who is Eligible?
All students who are currently enrolled in a psychology-related graduate program are eligible to apply. Accepting the scholarship commits the students to attending the entire preconference and conference. Although students are NOT required to be a presenter at the conference or a member of Division 45 to be eligible to receive the conference scholarship, those students who submit a proposal to present and who are members of the division will receive priority.
How to Apply?
Students must complete and submit the on-line scholarship application form by April 15th at 11:59pm Eastern time.
Monday, March 7, 2016
Trying to get your research funded? Not sure where to go?
This webinar may be for you. Learn more about funding mechanisms and tangible strategies for being competitive in the grant world by two experts: Alfiee Breland-Noble and Kevin Nadal
Find the flyer here!
Date: Thursday, March 17, 2016
Time: 6-7 p.m. EST
Sunday, February 21, 2016
Save the Date for the 2016 Latina Researchers Conference in San Antonio, Texas! The Conference will be hosted by University of the Incarnate Word from Thursday, July 14- Saturday, July 16, 2016. Click here for more information and details about the conference.
Friday, February 19, 2016
Please read below for information about exciting new resources and opportunities for training and professional development!
The APA is sponsoring five Advanced Training Institutes for summer 2016 – Application deadlines begin March 21. Find more information here.
Health Policy Research Scholars is a new national change leadership development opportunity for full-time doctoral students from underrepresented populations or historically disadvantaged backgrounds, entering the first or second year of their doctoral program (by September 1, 2016), from any academic discipline who are training to be researchers and are interested in health policy research. Follow this link to learn more!
Our section member and 2013 President, Dr. Alfee Breland-Noble has co-edited a new handbook: Handbook of Mental Health in African American Youth. The Handbook of Mental Health in African American Youth fills major gaps in the child and adolescent mental health literature by focusing on the unique challenges and resiliencies of African American youth. It combines a cultural perspective on the needs of the population with best-practice approaches to interventions. Chapters provide expert insights into sociocultural factors that influence mental health, the prevalence of particular disorders among African American adolescents, ethnically salient assessment and diagnostic methods, and the evidence base for specific models. The information presented in this handbook helps bring the field closer to critical goals: increasing access to treatment, preventing misdiagnosis and over hospitalization, and reducing and ending disparities in research and care.