Psychopharmacology and Substance Abuse Newsletter: Past Issues
- December 2020
In this issue: future directions for the division; a recap of the APA convention and plans for 2021.
- July 2020
In this issue: accomplishments and future directions; how to be a better ally and convention review.
- April 2020
In this issue: Reviewing our accomplishments, a look at division candidates, award-winners and more.
- November 2019
This issue addresses the 2019 APA convention, and more.
- July 2019
This issue addresses the 2019 APA convention, updates to the website, your mentoring network, sessions for students at convention, nominations for new fellows, upcoming meetings and events, information about membership and more.
- April 2019
This issue addresses
- November 2018
This newsletter addresses the highlights from the 2018 convention, using social media, anxiety and depression strategies, award winners, nominations for new fellows and articles from Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology.
- July 2018
This issue addresses a mid-year update from President Mark Smith, programming at convention, archives project, burnout in academia, student-oriented programming at convention, new fellows nominations, information about membership, and Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology.
- April 2018
This newsletter addresses the president's vision for 2018, presidential candidate statement, statements from candidates for Div. 28 member-at-large, programming at the 2018 convention, productivity apps, tips on creating a professional online presence, award winners, nominations for new fellows, and articles from Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology.
- November 2017
In this issue: Div. 28 President’s Column, highlights from the 2017 APA convention, looking ahead to APA’s 2018 convention, overcoming imposter syndrome, and collective bargaining for graduate students.