The president discusses the continuation of the division's strategic plan to advance science, practice and policy for school psychology
Advice is offered to early career scholars struggling with work-life balance issues
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Vincent C. Alfonso, PhD, received his doctoral degree from the combined program in clinical/school psychology at Hofstra University in 1990. After graduating, he spent several years in the field as a school psychologist in the Carle Place school district on Long Island and in several special education preschools.
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Prospective authors are invited to propose an idea for a book that is relevant to school psychology. The "Applying Psychology to the Schools" book series is designed to meet the school psychologist's need for detailed intervention recommendations that are scientifically supported.
Seeking Division 16 Leaders
Have you considered becoming an active participant in the governance of Division 16 of the APA?
The Division 16 Executive Committee is working to identify Division 16 members who are interested in being nominated for a committee or other leadership position in the division or APA. Candidates for the following positions need to be identified by mid January: President-Elect, Treasurer, Vice President for Convention Affairs & Public Relations (VP-CAPR) and Vice President for Education, Training & Scientific Affairs (VP-ETSA).
For information about the specific roles and duties of division officers, see the Division 16 bylaws. To become an active Division 16 governance, please email Dr. Linda Reddy describing your interest and attach a copy of your most recent professional vita.