[Bkn-school-of-education-csp-mhc] NMCS Travel Award for LGBT Graduate Students of Color
Zalika.Taylor at liu.edu
Wed Sep 24 12:37:37 EDT 2014
Dear Students, attached is information on the travel award to the 2014 National Multicultural Conference and Summit in Atlanta.
This joint award sponsored by the APA Ethics Committee, Division 44, and APAGs will provide 4 awards of $1000 to cover costs associated with conference attendance for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender graduate students of Color.
Please see the attached application!
Joint APA Ethics, Division 44, and APAGS Student Travel Award for NMCS
The Joint APA Ethics, Division 44, and APAGS Student Travel Award is sponsored by the APA Ethics Office, Ethics Committee, Division 44-Society for the Psychological Study of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues, and APAGS-American Psychological Association of Graduate Students. Thepurpose of the Joint APA Ethics, Division 44, and APAGS Student Travel Award is to (a) promote greater participation of LGBT graduate students of color in the 2015 National Multicultural Conference and Summit (multiculturalsummit.org), and (b) encourage exploration of ethical issues that may arise in research, teaching, consultation, and clinical work with LGBT people of color through a post-summit essay. The APA Ethics Office, Ethics Committee, Division 44, and APAGS acknowledge that LGBT students of color frequently experience increased demands on time and resources as a result of managing multiple identities within professional organizations. Therefore, the Joint APA Ethics, Division 44, and APAGS Student Travel Award seeks to support LGBT students of color by significantly defraying travel costs to the 2015 National Multicultural Conference and Summit (NMCS). The convention will take place January 15-16,2015 in Atlanta, Georgia.
The following application materials must be received by Friday, October 17, 2014.
Pleasecomplete and submit the application form within this document.
Please submit a personalstatement (300-500 words) in which you describe an ethical issue regarding work with LGBT people of color in the field of psychology that interests you. Aspart of your personal statement, please indicate how attending NMCS 2015 will foster your professional development.
Please submit a curriculum vitae as part of your application.
Please have a faculty member submit a letter in support of you receiving the Joint APA Ethics, Division 44 Student, and APAGS Travel Award. In their letter, faculty members should indicate how long they have known the applicant and their experiences supervising/teaching the applicant. In addition, the faculty member should describe the applicant’s involvement with or experiences of ethics and LGBT people of color issues.
Submission of Application Materials (DUE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2014)
Electronic submission of all application materials to Drs. Cirleen DeBlaere (cdeblaere at gsu.edu<mailto:cdeblaere at gsu.edu>) and David Rivera (riveradavidp at gmail.com<mailto:riveradavidp at gmail.com>) is required.
Please contact CoRED co-chairs Cirleen DeBlaere (e-mail: cdeblaere at gsu.edu<mailto:cdeblaere at gsu.edu>) OR David Rivera (e-mail: riveradavidp at gmail.com<mailto:riveradavidp at gmail.com>)
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