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SIOP Members in the News

Clif Boutelle

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Although the traditional print media remains important to any organization seeking to generate awareness about itself, the Internet has created a whole new arena of outlets that should not be overlooked. In fact, more and more organizations, including SIOP, are developing social media strategies to tell their news.

Membership Milestones

Jayne Tegge, Stephany Below, and Clif Boutelle

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Membership Milestones is devoted to welcoming the newest SIOP members and recognizing long-time members. Each column will list the professional SIOP members who have joined the Society since the previous issue as well as recognize members who have recently upgraded their membership. We will also recognize the newest additions to SIOP’s Sterling Circle. Click the links below to go directly to a list or continue reading to learn more about the new SIOP Sterling Circle!

APA Council of Representatives Report

Deirdre Knapp, Stephen Stark, Gary Latham, and Deborah Whetzel

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The APA Council of Representatives (COR) meets twice per year, with the most recent meeting being held on February 24-25, 2017 in Washington DC. Deborah Whetzel substituted for Georgia Chao who was unable to attend. This brief article highlights some aspects of the meeting agenda. A fuller set of meeting minutes will be available on the APA website and the entire Council agenda book is located at http://0-www-apa-org.library.alliant.edu/about/governance/bdcmte/secure/agenda-books/index.aspx

UN Initiatives for Women and the SIOP UN Committee

SIOP UN Committee

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The United Nations has focused on important issues related to women for over 60 years, and a UN entity, UN Women, focuses exclusively on issues for women and girls. These issues are extensive and include themes such as equal access to education, ending all violence and discrimination, decent work, and economic empowerment for women globally. High-level meetings of the Commission on the Status of Women are held annually with UN member states from around the world to set goals and assess progress. Many NGOs at the United Nations assist with these initiatives.



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