Call for Papers for Ex-Military Experience Symposium in 2020 Academy of Management (AOM) Annual Meeting: DEADLINE 23 NOV 19
Division 19 received the following direct invitation from the Academy of Management Annual Meeting's organizers, which we support of our members pursuing. As with many such opportunities it will extend the reach and influence of military psychology.
"We are in the process of organizing a presenter symposium for the Academy of Management (AOM)'s 2020 annual meeting which relates to ex-military corporate leaders such as CEOs, top managers, and Board of Directors. Specifically, we are interested in how the military experience of such firm managers may shape organizational outcomes or strategic decisions. In collaboration with Gerog Wernicke (HEC Paris) we are inviting unpublished papers that may fit the theme of this session. We're especially interested in research relating to how ex-military experience shapes personal cognition or may serve to imprint onto a person values that influence firm outcomes. Thus, for the purposes of this session, we are looking for papers (either empirical or conceptual papers) that may contribute to the theme of the session.
If you're interested in contributing to this session, we would appreciate an abstract (500 words max) of your current work for our consideration. Kindly email your submissions by the 23rd November 2019, to either Anthony Kim (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Eugene See (email@example.com).
On behalf of the organizers,
Georg Wernicke, Yeongsu (Anthony) Kim, Eugene See & Daniel Peat"
We invite you to take part in a study investigating the experiences of vicarious post traumatic growth: growth among helping professionals as a result of their work with trauma (e.g. counselors, social workers, psychologists, medical professionals, nurses, interpreters, etc.). Please consider taking a 15-minute survey answering questions about your experience as a result of your work. Upon completion, you may enter your email into a drawing for $50! We will be drawing 40 winners at the completion of the study in the spring. Jennifer D. Deaton, Ph.D. candidate, University of South Carolina (firstname.lastname@example.org). Here is a direct link to the survey which will direct you to the informed consent: https://uofsc.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3DiEsGzr3kjMl4p
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Counselor Education and Supervision – Ph.D. Candidate
University of South Carolina
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All the best,
Shelley A. Riggs, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Psychology
University of North Texas
Are you attending this year’s ABCT convention in Atlanta? As the ECP Representative for ABCT Military and Veteran Psychology Special Interest Group (SIG), I’m looking for a handful of psychologists who would be willing to speak about their roles in military and/or veteran psychology at our annual SIG meeting. We want to highlight the variety of roles that psychologists play in military settings (e.g. performance, active duty, clinical, research, leadership, etc.). This would be a very brief speaking engagement (5-7 minutes per speaker) and an excellent opportunity to promote our presence in the field as well as fulfill the Presidential vision of increased visibility with like-minded groups. If interested or for more information, please contact TylerH@uthscsa.edu by Tuesday, November 12th.
Hannah Tyler, PhD
ABCT Military and Veteran SIG ECP Representative
There is still time to become a member of the 2020 Convention Program Committee! The primary responsibility is to complete reviews of submissions for the upcoming APA convention. This is your chance to provide input and shape the APA convention programming. All members will be provided training and recognition at the APA convention in Washington, DC. This is a great way to get involved with the division, learn more about its structure and strategic goals, and have a tangible impact on its future. The primary workload will be in December and January, and attendance at convention is NOT required to participate! For questions, email Div19ConventionChair@gmail.com and to sign up, click the following here.
A huge shout out to those of you who have already indicated your interest! If you have already completed the online form, you will be receiving a follow-up email with additional information in the very near future.
Hannah Tyler, PhD
Division 19 2020 APA Convention Program Chair
The Division 19 Communications Committee is seeking applicants for our Chair-Select position for 2020. This is an exciting opportunity to help foster communication both within the Division membership as well as represent us to the greater community. The Committee is in direct and sometimes frequent contact with Division 19 leadership. The selectee would be expected to rotate to the Chair position in 2021 and be Past-chair in 2022.
Interested applicants should submit a
2. Statement of experience, interest, and understanding, outlining
Division 19 Communications Committee
The Society for Military Psychology seeks applicants for the 2020 Society Leadership Program (SLP). Students will attend ten hour-long virtual lessons with faculty and peers, the 2020 Midyear Executive Committee (EXCOM) Meeting held in February 19, and the 2020 American Psychological Association (APA) Convention, and they will be provided readings and mentorship. Outcomes of the capstone leadership projects will be presented at the 2020 APA Annual Convention in Washington, DC. We expect graduates of SLP to commit to future service on Society committees and sections, as elected officers in the Society, and as leaders and advocates in a variety of positions in APA, their places of employment, and society at large. We invite Early Career Psychologists and psychology doctoral students to apply for the SLP by submitting the application and supporting materials to Dr. Maurice Sipos at email@example.com by 1 December 2019. Please email questions to below faculty using the subject line SLP QUESTION with your initials.
Co-Chair, Stephen Bowles, PhD firstname.lastname@example.org
Co-Chair, Maurice Sipos, PhD email@example.com
We have extended the nominations for the Division 19 Presidential Citation until 21 November 2019. The Presidential Citation recognizes the extraordinary efforts made by Division 19 members and others to the field of study and/or to the Society in the areas of leadership, service, and advocacy. Recipients of the Presidential Citation will be awarded in-person or virtually. To nominate deserving Division 19 members or others, please write a brief 250- to 500-word recommendation that summarizes the nominees’ contributions to the field of military psychology and/or Society leadership, explaining why the nominees are deserving of the Presidential Citation. All nominations will be reviewed by a committee, who will make a determination about the recipients of the Presidential Citations. Please email the nomination to firstname.lastname@example.org by 21 November 2019 for consideration.
Stephen Bowles, PhD, ABPP
President, Society for Military Psychology
Apportionment Voting for all APA Members has begun. We want to continue having a strong voice on the Council of Representatives, influencing the important decisions that impact us now and into the future. We can only do this with your help. Division 19 EXCOM is, therefore, asking you to join others in Pledging 10 for 19: CAST ALL 10 VOTES FOR DIVISION 19. You may access your ballot from your member profile page at my.apa.org. The ballot link is titled, “2019 Apportionment and Bylaws Amendment Ballot Election” and is located in the “Announcement” banner at the top of the page. If you have not yet received your ballot, contact Mr. Garnett Coad at email@example.com. Pledge #10for19!
Dr. Nicholas Grant, PhD, the Director of the American Academy of Clinical Psychology (AACP), has reached out to Division 19 to solicit AACP membership applications among our clinical psychologists. AACP membership would further Division 19’s Presidential agenda of our members serving and holding memberships in various like-minded organizations. To learn more please check out the AACP Website. For any additional questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.