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Don’t Forget! Submission Deadline Approaching for 2016 APS Convention in Chicago Silvia Bonaccio University of Ottawa Margaret Beier Rice University Angela Grotto Manhattan College Christopher Wiese Purdue University Submissions: The submission deadline for the Association for Psychological Science (APS) Annual Convention is just around the corner and we hope that you will submit your work if you have not yet done so. Indeed, you have until January 31, 2016 to submit your 500-word (including spac- es) poster summary directly through the APS website at this address: http://www. psychologicalscience.org/index.php/con- vention/call-for-submissions. Posters are evaluated on a rolling basis: the sooner you submit, the sooner you hear back! The 2016 APS Annual Convention will be held May 26-29 in Chicago. Attention Students: We encourage all researchers to submit their work but we want to reach out to students in particular. The APS convention offers a collegial and developmental environment, and it is par- ticularly welcoming of student work. SIOP has had a growing presence at APS! We’re pleased to share with you the many 156 SIOP members who will present their work as part of the APS invited program: Conference-Wide Interdisciplinary Sympo- sium on Diversity • Mikki Hebl (Rice University) The Meaning of Time Cross-Cutting Theme Symposium • Susan Mohammed (The Pennsylvania State University) Advancing Psychological Science Through Technology Cross-Cutting Theme Symposium • Tara Behrend (The George Washington University) I-O Track Invited Talks • Derek Avery (Temple University) • Alice Eagly (Northwestern University) • Carsten de Dreu (University of Amster- dam) • Michele Gelfand (University of Mary- land) • Filip Lievens (Ghent University) January 2016, Volume 53, Number 3