Resources for Students

Information and criteria for distinguished student research and service awards, APA Division 45 travel awards, PAO travel awards, and PAO research awards

Nomination details for all Division 45 student awards, applications for travel and research awards

Information about The Division 45 Mentoring Program and the Links and Shoulders Graduate Student Mentoring Hour

The Division 45 student leaders, their clinical and research interests, and contact information

The Student Committee of Division 45 hosts regular webinar series throughout the academic year

The Campus Representative Programs aims to promote the vision and mission of Division 45 onto university campuses. Applications for the Campus Representative Program are currently open. Please view the application announcement for more information.

Student Resource Guide

The goal of this resource guide is to provide information to students of Division 45, Society for the Psychological Study of Culture, Ethnicity and Race, and ethnic and racial minority psychology students overall, with information about ways they can get involved with different ethnic- and race-related projects throughout APA divisions, professional organizations and state organizations within the field of psychology.  Specifically, the following resources provide information about different task forces, committees, and sections related to ethnicity and race that are available to student members. It is important to note that this is not an exhaustive list.  Is our hope that this list will continue to grow as we expand our collaborations with different APA divisions and other psychology-related organizations.