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Number 240
Summer, 2010
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Headline Announcement



The 8th SPSSI Biennial Conference, New Orleans 2010
Lisa Leslie & Stephanie Fryberg, Conference Program Co-Chairs




Editors' Column

 This Edition of Forward
By Naomi M. Hall and Jonathan Iuzzini, Forward Co-Editors




Report from Central Office

   

SPSSI Utilizes Social Networking to Engage Membership, Build Profile
By Christopher Woodside, SPSSI Policy Coordinator


James Marshall Public Policy Scholar's Update
By Jutta Tobias, James Marshall Public Policy Scholar




Features

SPSSI’s Program at APA 2010
Adam Fingerhut, APA 2010 Program Chair


New York SPSSI Activities
By Harold Takooshian, Fordham University



 


SPSSI-EASP Small Group Meeting
Forgotten Alternatives: Denaturalizing Conditions of Injustice and Exclusion

Co-organizers: Michelle Fine, Susan Opotow, Xenia Chryssochoou, and Dario Spini


Teaching and Learning Committee Feature: The Flawed Lecture Technique as a Way of Increasing Student Involvement
By Martin S. Greenberg, University of Pittsburgh 


 

 
Internationalization Committee Column

 

Impacting public policy through State and Provincial Psychology Associations: The case of Puerto Rico
By Eduardo A. Lugo-Hernández, Ph.D., Puerto Rico Psychology Association & Universidad del Este, San Juan, Puerto Rico

Graduate Students' Column

 

Graduate Students’ Column
By Catrin Andersson, GSC Editor



Early Career Scholars' Column

Early Career Programs: From Social Policy to Networking in New Orleans
By Kim Case, Early Career Scholar Committee Chair




Emerging Scholars' Column

Activism in Action: White House Welcomes LGBT HBCU Students
By Michael Evans, Winston-Salem State University


 

Publications

 




SPSSI Publications Committee Report
By Irene Frieze and Barbara Gutek, Co-Chairs, and Terri Vescio, Committee Member


Journal of Social Issues
By Sheri Levy, JSI Editor



Analysis of Social Issues and Public Policy
By Kevin Lanning, Selection Committee Chair






 

Social Issues Policy Review
By Sam Gaertner and Rupert Brown



 

Other News

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