Minority Student Initiative Call for Submissions Hosted by the American Psychology-Law Society Student Committee and Minority Affairs Committee
Are you a minority student* in psychology and law?
Are you a student member of the American Psychology-Law Society?
Have you recently contributed to the field of psychology and law** by presenting a poster, submitting a manuscript, or facilitating a workshop/seminar (or contributed in other ways)?
If you answered yes to these questions, we are interested in hearing about your contributions to the field of psychology and law! The AP-LS Student Committee and the Minority Affairs Committee are interested in highlighting the work of undergraduate and graduate minority students. We are currently accepting submissions on a rolling basis.
Our aim is to increase the visibility of undergraduate and graduate minority students who have contributed to the intersection of psychology and law.
Eligibility Individuals must be current Student Affiliates of the American Psychology-Law Society at the time of submission. This includes both undergraduate and graduate student affiliates.
If you are interested in having your contribution/research highlighted on our blog (http://www.apls-students.org/the-intersection-a-blog) for other students to see and get inspired, please submit the following to the AP-LS Student Committee at email@example.com: Name School Program Year Title of your submission Abstract (no more than 250 words) Where the submission was recently accepted/presented Photo to accompany the blog post
*In keeping with the mission of The Minority Affairs Committee to facilitate and develop opportunities that embrace and value diversity, minority students include all those who are culturally and linguistically diverse.
**Students must be first author of the project/contribution. By submitting your materials you are agreeing to have them published on the AP-LS Student Committee blog. In addition, content posted on the blog is at the sole discretion of the Student Committee and all submissions may not be deemed appropriate for posting. Submissions will be accepted on a rolling basis.