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APSA Annual Meeting

Thank-you to all 2021 APSA Annual Meeting & Exhibition attendees, speakers, sponsors, and exhibitors for helping make APSA’s first in-person and virtual annual meeting a success! 

2021 Annual Meeting Video Highlights
APSA is pleased to offer the following recordings from the 2021 meeting for all APSA members as a benefit to the discipline.

Browse the live program to obtain the most up-to-date information on the annual meeting. Learn more details here.

Membership

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Trial Memberships
APSA has established a 90-day trial membership option to provide prospective members, including graduate students, and political science job seekers an introduction to APSA’s professional development and career resources. Trial Members gain access to eJobs, APSA’s online journals, and the all-member newsletter. Learn more and activate your trial membership here.
APSA Educate

APSA Educate, political science’s new teaching resource library, allows faculty and graduate students to easily find, share and use teaching materials. Share your course materials here.

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APSA News & Updates
Member Revocation Policy for Professional Misconduct
At the April 30th Council Meeting the APSA Council passed the Member Revocation Policy for Professional Misconduct. This policy applies to the process by which Council will review and determine member revocation requests based on public findings by other institutions and organizations. The member revocation policy compliments the bylaws, anti-harassment policy, and ethics guide. The policy is now available here

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APSA Programs and Initiatives
Call for Applications: 2022-2023 APSA Diversity Fellowship Program | Deadline: November 12, 2021
APSA is accepting applications for the 2022-2023 Diversity Fellowship Program. The DFP, established in 1969, aims to increase diversity and the presence of traditionally underrepresented individuals in the discipline of political science. The fall cycle provides financial support to undergraduate seniors, recent college graduates, and other individuals who are currently in the process of applying to political science PhD programs for Fall 2022 admission. Fellows will receive $5000, disbursed over two years. Apply here.


Call for Applications: Minority-Serving Institution Virtual Book Workshop Project  | Deadline: January 14, 2022

During the APSA annual meeting, a new project will launch to support virtual book workshops for scholars at Minority-Serving Institutions (MSI) in the United States. The goal of the MSI Virtual Book Workshop Project is to help scholars of politics at MSIs publish great books. Howard University and John Jay College of Criminal Justice CUNY have partnered to open a new opportunity for a more diverse array of scholars to benefit from the insights and advice of experts in their field. Apply here


APSA Mentoring Program – Open Enrollment for Mentors
Seeking volunteers for new mentors for the 2021-2022 academic year. The APSA Mentoring Program connects undergraduate, graduate, and junior faculty to mentors in the political science discipline. Potential mentoring topics include graduate student admissions, navigating the academic job market, applied careers in political science, and work-life balance. Enrollment for mentees will open on September 15, 2021. Learn more.

Publications

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Political Science Today, APSA’s New Member Magazine
Political Science Today now serves as the journal of record for the association and includes sections previously published under “the Association” in PS: Political Science & Politics as well as original content. Read the current issue!



Virtual Events

Educate - Inclusive Syllabus

Building an Inclusive Syllabus: An APSA Teaching & Learning Webinar
Join us Wednesday, October 27, 2021, at 12:00 - 1:30 PM (EST), for our "Building an Inclusive Syllabus" webinar. 
This webinar will provide practical tips & suggestions for political science educators to place inclusive practices at the center of their teaching approach. Learn more and register free here.


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