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Hello Neuro Club,

Did you want to present a poster? Here is a compilation of some upcoming conferences that accept neuropsychology posters with convention dates, poster deadlines, locations, and websites (this is in order of submission due dates):

1. The 43rd Annual Meeting: The International Neuropsychological Society. Denver, Colorado. February 4-7, 2015. Deadline: June 9 through August 30, 2014. http://www.the-ins.org/AnnualMeeting_2015_CallforAbstracts

2. Southeastern Psychology Association, Hilton Head, South Carolina – March 18-21, 2015. Deadline: October 14th 2014. http://www.sepaonline.com/

3. 123rd APA Convention 2015, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, August 6-9. The deadline has not yet been posted, but typically it is around the beginning of November (2014). http://www.apa.org/news/events/2015/apa-convention.aspx

4. Eastern Psychology Association Conference. 2015 Philadelphia, PA, Marriott Downtown – Thursday March 5 – Sunday March 8. Deadline: Typically beginning of November (2014) (You must be a member to submit). http://www.easternpsychological.org/i4a/pages/?pageid=3508

5. Rehabilitation Psychology 17th Annual Conference (I saw an add for this, and cannot locate where, so this information is tentative) San Diego, California. Typically February or beginning or March. Deadline is typically mid-November (2014).

6. 13th Annual AACN (American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology) Conference. San Francisco, California. June 17-20, 2015. Deadline: ? (I would assume fall 2014) http://www.theaacn.org/ and the due date will be posted here https://www.theaacn.org/managesubmission.aspx

7. Neuropsychology Conference 2015, JW Marriott, Austin, TX, November 4-7, 2015. The deadline is typically around the beginning of April (2015). https://www.nanonline.org/nan/Conference/Locations___Dates/NAN/_Conference/Locations___Dates.aspx?hkey=52129642-2e88-4153-983c-dd6c60205a5b

Most of these conferences accept literature reviews as well. Some of these groups require membership, so make sure to review submission guidelines. If you know of any other conferences, let us know!
Good Luck and Happy Researching

-Erica Kinne-

Research Manager

Hello my fellow Neuropsychology Club members!! Our next club meeting will be held on Saturday June 7th from 10am-12pm at MPR-A. As always we encourage all of you to attend, and to inform anyone who is interested in neuropsychology to attend as well!

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1. STARTING YOUR FIRST OR SECOND YEAR OF GRAD SCHOOL FALL 2014? 

2. INTERESTED IN LEGISLATIVE ADVOCACY? APPLY FOR A POSITION AS AN APAGS REGIONAL ADVOCACY COORDINATOR!

3. DIVISION 45 STUDENT TRAVEL AWARD TO ATTEND APA CONVENTION

4. ASPP STUDENT TRAVEL AWARD: LEARN HOW APA GOVERNANCE WORKS

5. APA/APAGS AWARD FOR DISTINGUISHED GRADUATE STUDENT IN PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

6. PSI CHI–APA TRAINING: STATISTICS FOR STUDENT PUBLICATION

7. FULBRIGHT ISRAEL POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS FOR AMERICAN RESEARCHERS IN ALL ACADEMIC DISCIPLINES  

8. APA SECTION 10 RESEARCH AWARDS – ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS 

9. NOMINATE YOUR PROFESSOR FOR A $25,000 AWARD

10. APA PRE-CONVENTION WORKSHOP ON SCIENTIFIC INTEGRITY

11. PSI CHI–APA TESTS AND MEASURES WEBINAR RECORDING NOW AVAILABLE

12. FACING RACE NATIONAL CONFERENCE THIS NOVEMBER IN DALLAS

13. CALL FOR NOMINATIONS FOR DIVISION 45 AWARDS

14. SOCIETY OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY AWARD CEREMONY & SOCIAL HOUR

15. DIVISION 44 STUDENT TRAVEL AWARDS

16. WEBINAR- BEYOND THE THERAPY ROOM: ETHICAL AND PROFESSIONAL ISSUES

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1. STARTING YOUR FIRST OR SECOND YEAR OF GRAD SCHOOL FALL 2014? 

Psi Chi and the American Psychological Association of Graduate Students (APAGS) are partnering to provide a fellowship opportunity for grad students just starting in their programs. Psi Chi and APAGS recently expanded the program from 4 to 9 fellowships per year. The intent of the Junior Scientist Fellowship is two-fold: to provide funding for 1st-year or 2nd-year graduate-level projects and to provide constructive feedback to applicants in order to increase their chances of achieving success on a future National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship application. Of the 12 APAGS/Psi Chi JSF finalists in previous years, four won the NSF fellowship and three received honorable mentions. Funds must be used for the direct costs of 1st or 2nd-year psychological science projects. To be eligible, applicants must be members of both APAGS and Psi Chi. For more information go to http://www.apa.org/about/awards/apags-psi-chi.aspx

Deadline: June 30, 2014 at 11:59PM (EDT) 

Sponsors: 
APAGS and Psi Chi

2. INTERESTED IN LEGISLATIVE ADVOCACY? APPLY FOR A POSITION AS AN APAGS REGIONAL ADVOCACY COORDINATOR!

 

APAGS is accepting applications for 2 Regional Advocacy Coordinators (RACs) on the student-run APAGS Advocacy Coordinating Team (ACT). Each RAC will cover a region of approximately 8-10 states, overseeing the work of state advocacy coordinators, who are in turn overseeing the work of campus representatives. The ACT Network is composed of over 200 psychology graduate students in campuses across North America. Our mission is to empower students to bring their voices to bear on the important issues affecting our discipline and the public health through education, training, and advocacy. The deadline for applications is June 2, 2014.

More information can be found here.

 

3. DIVISION 45 STUDENT TRAVEL AWARD TO ATTEND APA CONVENTION

Scholarships of $1000 will be awarded to five students to assist registration and housing costs. These scholarships are intended to increase Division 45 student member participation at the 2014 APA Convention.

Who is Eligible?
All undergraduate and graduate students currently enrolled in a psychology-related program are eligible to apply for this award. Applicants must be current student members of APA Division 45. Consideration will be given to those students who demonstrate the following:

•   Leadership experience

•   Conference, Presentations, and Symposiums

•   Publications

•   Public Service and Community Activities

•   Awards and Scholarships

How do I apply?
Students must complete and submit the application form by May 31, 2014 at 11:59pm EST. Applications can be submitted online using the link at the bottom of the page. Please have the author of your letter of reference email the faculty recommendation form and ratings sheet to div45travelaward@gmail.com. Please ensure that you allow your recommender enough time to complete the form by the deadline (May 31, 2014).

What are the application requirements?
Interested students will need to submit an application that includes the following:

1.  Application form. The form requests contact information for the applicant, the student’s professional goals, presentation(s) during the conference, how attending the conference will help enhance professional development towards the research and practice of ethnic minority psychology, and financial need.

2. Letter of Reference. A letter of reference from the student’s advisor or faculty mentor who can verify enrollment, provide a general reference about the nominee, and the nominee’s commitment and potential for advancing ethnic minority issues. The person writing the letter of reference should email the letter to: div45travelaward@gmail.comand list the applicant’s first and last name in the subject line of the email.

3. C.V. 

How is my application evaluated?
Application materials will be evaluated by a committee (comprised of the student representative and other Division 45 Executive Committee members) based on merit of application letter and students overall potential to advancing the psychology of ethnic minority communities.

How will I be notified?
Applicants will be notified via email regarding status of their application.

What are the conditions of award recipients? Accepting the travel award commits the students to attending the entire 2014 APA Convention. The Award will be based on following commitment by each awardee:

•   Awardee will attend at least 3 presentations or events sponsored by Division 45.

•   Awardee will write a synopsis (1 page) of the presentations/events; two submissions will be selected for publication in FOCUS, newsletter of Division 45.

•   Awardee will attend the Division 45 student social and receive recognition at the event.

 

4. ASPP STUDENT TRAVEL AWARD: LEARN HOW APA GOVERNANCE WORKS

 

The Assembly of Scientist/Practitioner Psychologists (ASPP) is providing an expense paid trip to the council meeting in Washington for a doctoral student in psychology to become familiar with the governance structure of the APA Council of Representatives and caucuses, and how they work.

 

At the council meeting in February, 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 ASPP board meeting.

 

Deadline: July 15, 2014
Sponsor:
 APA Council of Representatives

 

5. APA/APAGS AWARD FOR DISTINGUISHED GRADUATE STUDENT IN PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

 

APA’s Board of Professional Affairs (BPA) seeks nominations for the APA Distinguished Professional Contributions awards. Please send nomination materials for all categories to Sheila Kerr at the APA address. You may also reach her by phone at (202) 336-5878 or email at skerr@apa.org.  Email submissions strongly encouraged.

 

APA/APAGS Award for Distinguished Graduate Student in Professional Psychology is awarded on an annual basis by BPA and the American Psychological Association of Graduate Students (APAGS) to a graduate student who has demonstrated outstanding practice and application of psychology. A qualified candidate must demonstrate exemplary performance in working with an underserved population in an applied setting or have developed an innovative method for delivering health services to an underserved population. Nominees may have received their doctoral degree at the time of nomination provided that accomplishments for the award were achieved while a graduate student. Eligible candidates are encouraged to apply from all psychology sub-specialties (e.g., clinical, counseling, organization, school, health) and can be self-nominated or nominated by an APA member. However, all self-nominations must be endorsed by an APA member who serves the function of a nominator.

 

For additional information, including details regarding nomination materials please visithttp://www.apa.org/about/awards/grad-profpsyc.aspx

 

Nomination Materials: 1. Summary regarding nominees work with an underserved population (less than 1,000 words) 2. Curriculum Vitae 3. letter of support from a member of APA (in the instance of a self-nomination)

The deadline is June 1, 2014

6. PSI CHI–APA TRAINING: STATISTICS FOR STUDENT PUBLICATION

Join Psi Chi and APA for a free webinar on Statistics for Student Publication on June 5 at 3 p.m. Eastern.  To register, please visit our webpage:  http://bit.ly/1rZeGe2

 

7. FULBRIGHT ISRAEL POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS FOR AMERICAN RESEARCHERS IN ALL ACADEMIC DISCIPLINES  

 

The United States-Israel Educational Foundation (USIEF), the Fulbright commission for Israel, offers fellowships to American post-doctoral researchers in support of work to be carried out at Israeli universities during the course of the 2015-2017 academic years. For full announcement: http://j.mp/1m03axh

 

Thank you very much,

 

Samantha Amit
Web Marketing 
Fulbright Israel
www.fulbright.org.il
United States-Israel Educational Foundation
Ben Yehuda 1, Migdalor Building, Floor 10
P.O. Box 26160, Tel Aviv 61261
Email: iamit@fulbright.org.il

 

 

8. APA SECTION 10 RESEARCH AWARDS – ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS 

Members of Section 10 (Graduate Students and Early Career Psychologists) presenting at APA in July are eligible to apply for a Section 10 Research Award.  Both poster and paper presenters are encouraged to apply. Please send a copy of your abstract to the current section president, Christy Denckla at christydenckla@gmail.com by June 15, 2014, 8:00 PM EST.  

In order to be eligible you must be: 
1) a current member of Division 12, Section 10;
2) attending the conference to present your work, and 
3) the first author on the presentation. 

A total of 2 abstracts, a first place a runner-up, will be selected for the award.  The winners will be recognized the APA Convention and will be awarded a $200 and $100 cash prize, respectively. If you are not currently a member of Section 10 and would like to become one, please contact Rachel Hershenberg at rhershenberg@gmail.com. Also, visit our website at div12sec10.org.

9. NOMINATE YOUR PROFESSOR FOR A $25,000 AWARD

 

The Elizabeth Hurlock Beckman Award Advisory Committee is currently seeking nominations for the 2014 Beckman Award. The award is given to professors who inspired their former students to achieve greatness. Each recipient will receive a one-time cash award of $25,000. Preference will be given to educators who teach or who taught in the fields of psychology, medicine, or law. In 2013, a quarter of a million dollars was awarded to 10 professors throughout the United States. Gail McKnight Beckman created the Beckman award to benefit teachers who have inspired their former students to make a difference in their communities. The award is given to current or former academic faculty members who have inspired their former students to “create an organization which has demonstrably conferred a benefit on the community at large.”  Alternatively, academic faculty members must have inspired their former students to “establish on a lasting basis a concept, procedure, or movement of comparable benefit to the community at large.” The nomination deadline is Tuesday, July 15, 2014. An award ceremony will be held in the fall in Atlanta, GA (nominees and nominators are reimbursed to attend).   For more information or to nominate or apply for the award, please visit: www.wellsfargo.com/privatefoundationgrants/beckman and for questions, please contact:  grantadministration@wellsfargo.com.

 

 

10. APA PRE-CONVENTION WORKSHOP ON SCIENTIFIC INTEGRITY

The day-to-day activities of research present ethical decisions and judgments that are often not discussed openly. This workshop, co-sponsored by the APA Education and Science Directorates, brings together graduate students, post-doctoral fellows and research faculty to learn how to engage in productive, open conversations about scientific integrity on a daily basis.

Participants will:

  • Engage in small group discussions and case studies designed to explore ethical subtleties and nuances in the conduct of research;
     
  • Learn how to begin open conversations about scientific integrity in practical research settings, that go beyond simply addressing “regulatory compliance ” issues; and,
     
  • Bring back skills to their home institution to encourage ongoing, day-to-day discussions about scientific integrity, so as to prevent misconduct and uphold scientific integrity.

Who should attend? Anyone conducting research — be it with humans or other animals. This includes students, fellows, and faculty. Although groups from the same laboratory are especially encouraged to attend, a single member from a laboratory may also attend.

APA Pre-convention Workshop on Scientific Integrity
Day: August 06, 2014
Fees: Faculty – $100; Post-doctoral Fellow – $75; Graduate Student – $50
Enrollment Limit: 40

 

For more information, and to register for the event click here.

11. PSI CHI–APA TESTS AND MEASURES WEBINAR RECORDING NOW AVAILABLE

 

Psi Chi and APA are partnering on providing training for undergraduate students. Our first session was two weeks ago and focused on tests and measures. Psi Chi member and Utah State University doctoral student  Lesther Papa discussed his process for finding, assessing, and modifying measures and PsycINFO trainer Anne Breitenbach showed how the tests and measures field in PsycINFO and the PsycTESTS database can help researchers accomplish

those tasks comprehensively and efficiently.  

 

If you weren’t able to attend the session and would like to know what you missed, the webinar is now available both on YouTube and the APA website.

Feel free to share the link with those who might be interested.

 

For YouTube, the link is http://youtu.be/zZBIsi02NQ4 For the APA website, the link is http://bit.ly/1gHg7M0

 

We’ll keep you posted on the next session in the series. If there are training sessions you’d like to see, email us at psycinfo@apa.org or tweet #APApsichi.

 

12. FACING RACE NATIONAL CONFERENCE THIS NOVEMBER IN DALLAS

In 2014, Facing Race: A National Conference will be held November 13-15 in Dallas, Texas and will highlight local, regional, and national perspectives of the racial justice movement. Together with a multiracial, multigenerational convening of organizers, educators, students, creatives, and others, Facing Race will provide unprecedented access to information and resources on racial equity.  https://facingrace.raceforward.org/

I attended the 2012 Facing Race conference in Baltimore and found it a very unique and highly engaging conference where I connected with a lot of folks that weren’t in psychology.

Warmly,

Eddy Ameen, PhD | Assistant Director

American Psychological Association of Graduate Students

750 First Street NE, Washington, DC 20002

V 202.216.7627 | F 202.336.5694 | eameen@apa.org

APAGS Online:  Web | Facebook | Twitter | Blog (new!)

13. CALL FOR NOMINATIONS FOR DIVISION 45 AWARDS

We need to recognize our colleagues who have contributed to diversity and ethnic minority issues.  All awardees will be presented with a plaque at the Division 45 Award Ceremony during the 2014 APA Convention in Washington, DC.  

  • A. Toy Caldwell-Colbert Student Contributions to Service Award.  This award is presented to an outstanding student who has distinguished themselves in terms of professional and/or community service efforts.

Please visit the Division 45 website:  http://apa.org/divisions/div45/homepage.html for more details on the above award.  Nominations are reviewed by the Awards Committee and voted for approval by the Executive Committee of Division 45.  Self-nominations are welcome. 

Nomination process:

  1. Write a letter of nomination describing the nominee’s achievements
  2. Contact at least two others to write support letters
  3. Ask the nominee to send a curriculum vita.
  4. Provide contact information for both the nominee and the nominator.
  5. Nominators may send all the materials as a package or ask that letters of support be sent directly.  

Due date for receiving all nominations has been extended to May 22, 2014.   All materials need to go to Dr. Luis A. Vazquez. Please include all materials with your nominations!

14. SOCIETY OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY AWARD CEREMONY & SOCIAL HOUR

Celebrate the Society of Clinical Psychology – APA Division 12, on August 7, 2014 at the Renaissance Hotel Ballroom West B. Award Ceremony at 6PM followed by cocktails and appetizers! Student posters will be on display. Come mingle with SCP Fellows and Past Presidents!

  1.  DIVISION 44 STUDENT TRAVEL AWARDS

The Dr. Richard A. Rodriguez Division 44 Student Travel Award is sponsored by the Committee on Racial and Ethnic Diversity (CoRED) of the Society for the Psychological Study of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues (American Psychological Association’s Division 44). The Dr. Richard A. Rodriguez Division 44 Student Travel Award seeks to support engagement with LGBT people of color issues in psychology by defraying travel costs to the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association in 2014. Two student travel awards in the amount of $500 each will be awarded.

 

Graduate students who (a) self-identify as LGBT persons of color, (b) demonstrate a strong commitment to LGBT and ethnic minority issues, (c) plan to attend the 2014 American Psychological Association (APA) Annual Convention, and (d) will still be enrolled as graduate students at the time of the 2014 APA Annual Convention are eligible to apply for the award.  The application Deadline is June 1, 2014.  Please contact David Rivera at riveradavidp@gmail.com for more information.

16. WEBINAR- BEYOND THE THERAPY ROOM: ETHICAL AND PROFESSIONAL ISSUES

Join us in this webinar titled Beyond the therapy room: Ethical and Professional issues in community-level advocacy for racial/ethnic minorities and LGBT people with guest speakerMiguel E. Gallardo, PsyD. Dr. Gallardo is an Associate Professor of Psychology and Director of Aliento, The Center for Latina/o Communities at Pepperdine University. He teaches courses on multicultural and social justice, intimate partner violence and professional practice issues. Dr. Gallardo’s areas of scholarship and research interests include understanding the psychotherapy process when working with ethno-cultural communities, particularly the Latina/o community and in understanding the processes by which individuals develop cultural awareness and responsiveness. Dr. Gallardo is currently Director of Research and Evaluation for the Multiethnic Collaborative of Community Agencies (MECCA), a non-profit organization dedicated to serving monolingual Arab, Farsi, Korean, Vietnamese and Spanish speaking communities. Dr. Gallardo has published refereed journal articles and book chapters in the areas of multicultural psychology, Latina/o psychology, and ethics and evidence-based practices. Dr. Gallardo will highlight his perspective of some obstacles that professionals in psychology face at the community-level when advocating for disadvantaged and disenfranchised communities, particularly racial/ethnic minorities and LGBT people. Dr. Gallardo will highlight his perspective of some obstacles that professionals in psychology face at the community-level when advocating fordisadvantaged and disenfranchised communities, particularly racial/ethnic minorities andLGBT people.

This is a great opportunity for students and current practitioners to attend!

Who: Miguel E. Gallardo, PsyD

What: Beyond the therapy room: Ethical and Professional issues in community-level advocacy for racial/ethnic minorities and LGBT people

WhenMay 29th, 2014

Where: Online webinar; link will be sent to you prior to talk.

Time4PM-5PM (EST)

Email James J. García at jjg0136@unt.edu to RSVP prior to May 29th, 2014.

James J. García & Christopher Decou
Division 45 Student Committee Liaisons

 

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NIH Toolbox Training Workshop-June 2014
 

   NIH Toolbox Training Workshop 

June 16 – 18, 2014

Northwestern University Chicago Campus

Very limited space is still available for this workshop.

Registration will be closing soon.

Click Here to Register for the June 16-18, 2014workshop 

 

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21st Century Forensic Practice:

Moving Beyond Cultural Competence

National Organization of Forensic Social Work

Annual Conference – July 25-27, 2014

Fordham University Lincoln Center Campus,

New York, New York

Cosponsored by Be the Evidence

 

In this century of changing demographics and policy and system reform, this year’s NOFSW conference will feature inter-professional learning opportunities on how to integrate cultural competence with justice in clinical, organizational, community, and policy practice.  This year’s conference will advance a new century of cultural justice, dignity, respect, and acceptance for all persons. Many forensic populations, such as racial and ethnic minorities, at-risk youth, the elderly, veterans, immigrants, LGBTQ persons, persons with disabilities, or those living in poverty or communities of violence often lack access to quality services and cultural justice. Conferences attendees will increase their knowledge, values, and skills for working with forensic populations in healthcare, social service, and legal settings, including the courts and corrections.

 

The conference also includes the unique opportunity for attendees to attend field visits to innovative local and global organizations that advance cultural justice, live performances of the use of the arts for healing and rehabilitation, a prison art show, and film screenings with follow-up discussions with film directors. This year’s conference presentations also will be considered for our upcoming published book of conference proceedings and may be considered for publication in the Journal of Forensic Social Work.

 

Special preconference on July 24th, 2014 on “Queer Justice”

 

For more conference information go to: http://nofsw.org/?page_id=14

Or email pbrady@nofsw.org or tmaschi@fordham.edu

 

REGISTER TODAY

Early bird discounts end 4/30/2014


Click here to register for the conference online.

Or go to: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2014-nofsw-annual-conference-tickets-10574313055    

 

 

 

21st Century Forensic Practice: Moving Beyond Cultural Competence

National Organization of Forensic Social Work

Annual Conference – July 25-27, 2014

Fordham University Lincoln Center Campus, New York, New York

 

CALL FOR SPONSORS AND EXHIBITORS

Reasons to Be A Sponsor!

• Promote Your Organization or Cause: Logos will be showcased in the conference program, conference releases, and an active link with logo made available on the NOFSW conference website.

• Build your Network: Gain access to a list of conference attendees that connects you to forensic practitioners

Sponsorship Options

 

Gold: $5,000

• Full-page ad in program

• Listing in program

• Exhibit table (6’ table)

• Conference registration for 4 people

• Contact information for registrants

 

Silver: $2,500

• Half-page ad in program

• Listing in program

• Exhibit table (6’ table)

• Conference registration for 2 people

• Contact information for registrants

 

Bronze: $1,000

• Quarter-page ad in program

• Listing in program

• Exhibit table (6’ table)

• Conference registration for 1 person

 

Friends of NOFSW

• Organizational sponsors

(organization’s logo in program):

minimum $300

 

• Individual sponsors or organizational supporters

(name in program)  minimum $50

Meal Sponsorship

  • Continental Breakfast: $750

• Lunch: $3,000

  • Afternoon Break: $500

Sponsors receive listing in program and sign at event

 

Program Sponsorship

Quarter Page Ad in Annual Conference schedule  (2.75 x 4 inches)  $250

 

Distribute Materials

Distribute your flyer with registration material

(about 300 copies)  $250

 

Other cost sharing sponsorships are available (bags, lanyards, etc.). Contact pbrady@nofsw.org.

 

Exhibit Options

All exhibition packages include:

  • Listing in the conference program
  • 6’ exhibit table
  • Preferred location for Gold and Silver-level sponsors.)

o   $500

 

For special requests, please contact Paul Brady at pbrady@nofsw.org 

Register online as a sponsor or exhibitor at the following link:

https://www.formstack.com/forms/?1721225-mRZTQasDYC

or click here to download form.

In order to ensure your organization’s name in the program, please register by May 15, 2014.

 

 

National Organization of Forensic Social Work

 

2014 Annual Conference

Sponsorship/Exhibit Form

 

 

o   Gold Sponsor  $5,000

 

o   Silver Sponsor   $2,500

 

o   Bronze Sponsor:   $1,000

 

o   Friend of NOFSW (organization)   $300

 

o   Friend of NOFSW (individual) $50

 

o   Lunch Sponsor   $3000

 

o   Continental Breakfast:   $750 

 

o   Afternoon Break:   $500

 

o Display Table:     $500

 

o   Quarter Page Ad in Annual Conference schedule:   $250

 

o   Distribute Materials:  $250

 

Name: _____________________________________    Email: ___________________________________

Organization: __________________________________________________________________________

Address: ____________________________________  City: ___________  State: _____  Zip: __________

Phone: _____________________________   Fax: ___________________________________________

Sponsorship Type: ______________________________________________________________________

Amount Enclosed: $_________    Payment by o  check    o   MasterCard/VISA

Credit Card Number: __________________________     Expiration Date: _______    Security Code: _____

Name on Card: ______________________________     Signature: ________________________________

Billing Address:  _________________________________________________________________________

Return to: NOFSW, 460 Smith St, Ste K, Middletown, CT 06457

Phone (860) 613-0254, Fax (866) 668-9858  Email pbrady@nofsw.org

 

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Section III Concerns of Hispanic Women/Latinas (within Div 35) is soliciting applications for student rep positions.   Please consider applying for this position or forwarding to anyone who might be interested.  Thanks.

DC

 

 

Section III Concerns of Hispanic Women/Latinas is seeking 2 student representatives. The term of office is from March 31, 2014 until August 2015.  Being a student representative is a great opportunity to develop and strengthen leadership skills, as well as to network with and receive mentoring from Latina scholars and professionals in psychology. 

 

Requirements are:

1. A graduate student in a masters or doctoral program in psychology.

2. A member of Section III Concerns of Hispanic women/Latinas.  If not a member when selected, must become a member of Section III.

3. Motivated, creative, and a self-starter.

4. Interested in Latina issues (e.g. self-identify as Latina/Chicana/Hispanic/multiethnic, and/or work clinically or do research with Latinas).

 

Duties include:

1.  Attend officer meetings, which are held through telephone conferencing approximately every other month, or as needed.

2.  Be a liaison with Division 35 Psychology of Women student rep

3.  Promote Division 35 and Section III to other students

4.  Take the lead in increasing student membership in Section III

5.  Attend annual APA convention, if possible

 

Please write 1-2 pages addressing your interest in the position, what experiences you think would help you in this position, and what ideas you have for increasing student membership and developing a student familia within Section III.  Please send as an email attachment to Aida Hurtado,aida@chicst.ucsb.edu, to be considered for the position.  The deadline is June 10, 2014.

 

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May 6, 2014

Space is still available!

Clinical Neuroanatomy
Presented by Gregory P. Lee, Ph.D., ABPP-CN
Course begins May 12, 2014 (30 CE Credits) 
More info…

Course Fees
Members: $450
Non-members: $750
What is an online course? Intensive, instructor-led courses completed over 8-15 weeks broken into manageable modules featuring lectures, case studies, discussion, and short exams.

NAN members login and non-members create an account to

 

 

 

Providing Effective Neuropsychological Supervision

Wednesday, May 14, 2014
12:00pm – 1:30pm Eastern time
(1.5 CE Credits) 

Presented by:
Bernice Marcopulos, Ph.D.

As clinical neuropsychologists, many, if not most of us regularly supervise trainees, but do we really know what we are doing? Supervision is seldom taught in graduate school and according to Stucky, Bush & Donders (2010) “it is the extremely rare neuropsychology conference that offers a continuing education workshop on neuropsychological supervision.” (p. 741).  This workshop is intended to address this deficiency and provide an opportunity to reflect upon what makes a good clinical neuropsychology supervisor. This workshop will draw on material from Stucky, et al. (2010) and Fouad et al (2009) to provide a conceptual and structural framework for providing effective supervision in clinical neuropsychology. Participants will review methods for developing and measuring training goals from a developmental perspective (practicum, internship, post-doctoral fellowship). Read more…

Webinar Fees
Members: $40
Non-members: $60
What is a webinar? This will be a live 90-minute presentation offering 1.5 APA-approved CE credits. You will view the slide presentation and listen to the audio online at the designated time.

 

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The NAN Culture & Diversity Committee is
extremely pleased to announce the second annual diversity award in honor of Dr. Tony
Wong. NAN members — please nominate your peers and trainees! Self-nominations
are also accepted.

· Students and early-career members of NAN (within five years of
graduating), are eligible to apply for the 2014 Tong Wong Diversity Award.  Awardees will
each receive $500 in recognition of their efforts to promote public education,
advocacy, and research in brain health in culturally diverse and minority
communities.

· Nominations are also being accepted for the Tong Wong Diversity Award to
recognize outstanding mentorship in relationship to diversity.  Mentor
awardees will be celebrated and presented with a plaque at the NAN conference.

Please see the attached application for more information or to submit a
nomination. T

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