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APA Returns To Our Nations Capital

John C. Scott
Division 14 APA Program Chair
APT, Inc.

It is time to think about the 2005 APA convention in Washington, DC! APA is returning to its normal convention datesThursday, August 18 through Sunday, August 21in 2005. Division 14 would like to heartily encourage your participation in this conference.

As you may recall, APA has moved to an online submission process. Details of this process and the Call for Programs will appear in the September issue of the APA Monitor as well as on the APA Web site at www.apa.org/convention. All submissions must arrive by Friday, December 3, 2004 to be considered for acceptance. The SIOP program at APA will be created from your submissions of posters, symposia, tutorials, conversation hours, panel discussions, and other formats you wish to propose. Stand-alone papers for oral presentation will not be accepted.
 
Division 14 sponsored a cross-cutting symposium this past year that involved participants from multiple divisions coming together to present on a topic of mutual interest. APA is encouraging these and other innovative programs, so feel free to be creative in your submissions.

Submissions will be considered from APA and/or SIOP members or from individuals sponsored by an APA or SIOP member. Questions may be directed to the Division 14 Program Chair, John Scott, at JScott@appliedpsych.com


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