Welcome to the 2019 Annual Meeting of the American Psychology and Law Society! The Student Committee would like to invite you to participate in the first Student Committee Conference Scavenger Hunt to help you get the most out of the conference and Portland. The clues (on the backside) are intended to encourage you to attend sessions and meetings geared toward professional development and engagement with AP-LS as well as meet some the student members you have selected to be your voice in AP-LS in the past and present. We hope you enjoy the recommended sessions, build new connections, and enjoy Portland!
Complete at least 8 of the clues listed on the next page.
2. Submit your answers through the links below. 3. You may work with your peers but you each should submit your own response. 4. The Scavenger Hunt ends at the Student Social on Friday night at 8:00 pm in the Atrium Ballroom! Be one of the first 5 to be at the social with at least 8 of the clues completed and win a copy of Tom Grisso and Stan Brodsky’s book “The Roots of Modern Psychology and Law: A Narrative History!” All other participants can get an AP-LS 50th Anniversary Smart Wallet! 5. HAVE FUN!
Enter the phrase indicated in the slides of the Student Committee Legal Workshop (Parlors) - TH 10:30 am
Submit a photo of the Presidential Plenary: Celebrating 50 Years of AP-LS: Reflecting on our Origins and Charging Our Future (Grand Ballroom I/II) - TH 12:00 pm
What was your take-away from the Early Career Professionals Committee: Productivity and Impact: Doing more with Less (Pavilion Ballroom East) - TH 3:50 pm
Submit a photo of the Student Committee Chair at AP-LS Business Meeting (Parlors) - All are welcome! Come learn about the state of the Society and opportunities to get involved! - TH 6:00 pm
Submit a photo of the Student Committee 5K Fun Run (Lobby) - if you haven’t registered already, stop by the registration table – FR 7:00 am
Submit a photo of a slide from Where are We and Where Do We Go from Here? Status and Future Directions in Psychology and Law (Galleria South) - FR 9:15 am
Submit a photo from the Plenary: Prosecutorial Misconduct: Oversight & Accountability in the Empire State (Grand Ballroom I/II) - FR 10:45 am
Who did you meet and where are they from? At the Student Committee Networking Event (Parlors) - Meet-up with other students and professionals to discuss research and future collaborations over brown bag lunch - FR 12:20 pm
What was your take-away from the Professional Development of Women Committee: Mentoring (and Being Mentored) in the Era of #MeToo (Broadway I/II) - FR 3:00 pm
At the Friday night poster session, find at least one of the Student Committee’s Outstanding Student Presentation Award winners. Submit a photo of their poster.
Where are they now? Find at least one of the past-Chairs of the Student Committee and find out where they work and what their position is. (Hint: Emily Haney-Caron, Christopher King, and Casey LaDuke are all here somewhere!)