Division 52 Listserv Digest February 07, 2017
Calls for Submissions
Roundtable Discussions at the Western Psychological Association (WPA) meetings - Submit Proposals
75th Convention of the International Council of Psychologists - Submit Proposals
75th Annual ICP Convention, Dyson Global Center, Pace University, New York, July 28-30, 2017. See website: http://icp2017.cloudaccess.host/
Calls for Nominations
Division 52 Executive Committee
Division 52 Executive Committee positions are now open for nominations. We are amidst a major strategic planning process to re-vision how the division serves International Psychology. Run for one of these positions to be part of the future forward. Please consider nominating someone or self-nominating for the following open positions:
1) President-Elect serving as president in 2019.
2) Treasurer (2018-2020)
3) Student Representative - Chair Elect (2018-2019)
All elected members are expected to attend the Executive Committee (EC) meetings in August at the APA Convention, the Mid-winter meeting, and monthly EC teleconferences. The two EC meetings will also be available via teleconference.
APA Division 52 Henry David International Mentoring Award
The Division 52 Henry David International Mentoring Award is presented annually to a member or affiliate of Division 52, who plays an exceptional mentoring role in an international context. Please see https://div52.org/awards/international-mentoring-award/. The deadline to submit materials is April 1, 2017.
Division 52 Outstanding International Psychologist Awards (2017)
Each year Division 52 presents an Outstanding International Psychologist Award to a psychologist from the United States to a psychologist outside the United States. Individuals who have made outstanding contributions to international psychology either through significant research, teaching, advocacy, and/or contributions to international organizations are eligible. Please see https://div52.org/awards/outstanding-international-psychologist/ . The nominations deadline is April 1, 2017.
Division 52/Psi Chi International APA Convention Travel Grant Call for Submissions
APA Division 52, International Psychology, and Psi Chi, the International Honor Society in Psychology, collaborate to offer the Division 52/Psi Chi International APA Convention Travel Grant. The grant provides Psi Chi students who live outside the US and are interested in international psychology with funds to support travel costs to attend and present research at the APA annual convention. Applicants must be a current undergraduate psychology major or minor, or a student in a graduate psychology program outside the U.S., or a recent graduate (completed an undergraduate psychology degree or undergraduate degree with a psychology minor between November 1, 2016 and June 30, 2017.) At the time of submission, applicants must be currently living, working, and/or studying outside the U.S., a member of Psi Chi, and a member of D52. For more details view the D52 website at: http://div52.org. Deadline: Before midnight (Eastern Standard Time) June 30, 2017.
Teaching Faculty or PostDoc Antioch University New England
Hello Div 52 Members, I am trying to recruit a racial and ethnic minority or culturally diverse (immigrant, refugee, transcultural) faculty member for our APA-approved clinical psychology program. Please post the announcement in your Dept's bulletin board, as well as forward it to recent doctoral graduates or postdocs that you may know who is a good fit for our faculty position. Thank you for helping me to increase the cultural diversity of our faculty. Sincerely, Gargi Roysircar Sodowsky, EdD
Status: Teaching Faculty (or Post Doc*), Keene NH- Preferred start date: May 15, 2017. The Clinical Psychology Department at Antioch University New England (AUNE) invites applications to join the faculty of our APA Accredited Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) program as a Teaching Faculty (or Teaching Post Doc)*. About the Position. Teaching Faculty will be offered a renewable, 12-month contract, with 8 weeks unscheduled time. Start date of May 15 would enable Summer teaching. Typical teaching load is 18 credits, distributed across Summer (6-weeks), Fall (16 weeks), and Spring (16 weeks) semesters. Course assignments would be negotiated based on applicant interest and program need. Applicants are permitted to engage in up to one day per week of professional practice.
*Applicants seeking to accumulate post-doctoral supervised practice toward licensure in addition to teaching will be offered the opportunity to do so within our doctoral training clinic, the Psychological Services Center (PSC), with workload release.
Mark Your Calendars!!!!
Webinar Conversations on Leadership in 2017
- Perspectives on Internationalizing Leadership in Psychology through Teaching and Curriculum Development
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When: Friday, February 17, 2017, 5:30-6:30 EST
Presenter: Richard Velayo, Pace University
Description: This informal webinar provides an opportunity for conversation on internationalizing teaching and curriculum development.
- Engagement in International Organizations, Partnerships and Collaborations: Pathways for Leadership Development in Psychology
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When: March 10, 2017, 5:30-6:30 EST
Presenter: Merry Bullock, 2017 Division 52 President-Elect
Description: This conversation will look at the landscape of “organized psychology” – societies, associations and other professional groupings. We will explore types of involvement in these organizations and how involvement can foster the development of psychology leaders and psychology leadership in addressing international opportunities and challenges.
- Developing International Psychology Leaders Through Cross-National Teaching and Research
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When: Wednesday, April 12, 2017, 5:30-6:30 pm EDT
Topic: How can we best encourage psychological scientists across 194 nations to overcome national barriers, and internationalize our research, to develop cross-national leaders?
Presenter: Harold Takooshian, Fordham University
Description: This hour discusses:
• Why? What is the value of cross-national research?
• Barriers? What are some obstacles to doing cross-national research?
• How? What are some practical ways to overcome these barriers?
See https://div52.org/iln/iln-international-leadership-network-conversation-hours/ for details
Webinar – and workshop on Conflict Transformation & Peace Building
10th ANNUAL Psychology Day at the United Nations
Thursday April 20, 2017, 3:00-6:00PM
Theme: Promoting Wellbeing in the 21st Century: Psychological Contributions for Social, Economic and Ecological Challenges
UN Headquarters, New York