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ASPP STUDENT TRAVEL AWARD: Learn How APA Governance Works: The Assembly of Scientist/Practitioner Psychologists (ASPP), a caucus of the Council of Representatives (COR) of APA, is providing a $1,000 travel award for the February 2014 Council meeting in Washington, DC for a doctoral student in psychology. The purpose of the award is to give an interested graduate student the opportunity to learn about the governance structure and activities of the APA Council and the associated caucuses. At the COR meeting, the student who receives the award will be mentored by the Chair of the ASPP. The ASPP Board will review all submissions, select a student, and announce the recipient during the August 2013 ASPP caucus meeting. Interested students may send (a) their CV, (b) 100-word statement explaining their reasons for applying for the award, and (c) a letter of endorsement from their advisor addressing the student’s promise as a scientist-practitioner. Applications should be emailed to the Chair of the ASPP, Dr. Ellen W. Williams at azshrink@aol.com. Deadline for submission is July 12, 2013. Ellen W. Williams, Ph.D., EMDR Certified Therapist, AASP Certified Sport Psychologist, 480-345-7031, Fax: 480-831-6799. Posted 04-03-13.

by Erin Emery on April 3, 2013

ASPP STUDENT TRAVEL AWARD: Learn How APA Governance Works:  The Assembly of Scientist/Practitioner Psychologists (ASPP), a caucus of the Council of Representatives (COR) of APA, is providing a $1,000 travel award for the February 2014 Council meeting in Washington, DC for a doctoral student in psychology.  The purpose of the award is to give an interested graduate student the opportunity to learn about the governance structure and activities of the APA Council and the associated caucuses.  At the COR meeting, the student who receives the award will be mentored by the Chair of the ASPP.  The ASPP Board will review all submissions, select a student, and announce the recipient during the August 2013 ASPP caucus meeting.  Interested students may send (a) their CV, (b) 100-word statement explaining their reasons for applying for the award, and (c) a letter of endorsement from their advisor addressing the student’s promise as a scientist-practitioner.  Applications should be emailed to the Chair of the ASPP, Dr. Ellen W. Williams at azshrink@aol.com.  Deadline for submission is July 12, 2013.  Ellen W. Williams, Ph.D., EMDR Certified Therapist, AASP Certified Sport Psychologist, 480-345-7031, Fax: 480-831-6799.  Posted 04-03-13.

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