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APS Committee Report

 
June 1, 2010 
Maria Rotundo, University of Toronto
Chair- APS
Activities and Goals
I assumed the role of Chair of the APS commitee as of May 30, 2010 at the conclusion of the 2010 APS Convention. Deidra Schleicher was the former Chair.
I attended the 2010 APS convention in Boston, MA from May 27 until May 30. During this conference, I chaired the two symposia that I organized and also presented in the second one (listed below). The attendance at these symposia ranged from 30-65 individuals. I attended the planning meeting for the 2011 APS conference on May 30, 2010 from Noon to 5pm.  
Future Directions in Applied Psychological Research on Creativity
Maria Rotundo, University of Toronto, Canada
Teresa Amabile, Harvard University
Lucy Gilson, University of Connecticut
Christina Shalley, Georgia Institute of Technology
Jing Zhou, Rice University
Invited Symposium
Gardner A - B  
Saturday May 29, 2010 9:00 AM - 10:20 AM
Organizational Citizenship Behavior and Counterproductive Behavior Are Distinct Constructs
Maria Rotundo, University of Toronto, Canada
Reeshad Dalal, George Mason University
Suzy Fox, Loyola University, Chicago
Maria Rotundo, University of Toronto, Canada
Invited Symposium
Gardner A - B  
Saturday May 29, 2010 11:00 AM - 12:20 PM
I am working on the invited program of the I/O Track for the 2011 APS convention in Washington, DC. At the moment I am considering several different themes for the I/O track and aim to decide on a theme within the next month. I will then begin to invite individuals to deliver either an address or talk or to participate in a symposium. I aim to include a balance of these three program types. 
In addition to the invited sessions for the I/O Track, I am working with Ellen Hamaker (Chair of the Methodology Track) on a Theme Program around Connectedness. The APS Program Committee discussed several ideas for separate Theme Programs (outside the specific Tracks). We have started to communicate around potential speakers for the theme program and will continue this dialogue over the next several weeks.