Register for the 2014 Advances in Educational Psychology Conference

Division G Members and Friends,

Division 15 of the American Psychological Association will soon host its inaugural Advances in Educational Psychology Conference (AEPC), and final registration is due September 1. To complete your registration today, click here or visit

Of special note:

  • Student RegistrationA new class of registration is now available for doctoral students who wish to attend AEPC ($100 total). This option will be limited to the first 20 paid registrants, and attendees will be asked to serve in formal roles throughout the event (administration, note taking during strands, multimedia support, etc.). Students who wish to attend but not provide service are welcome and encouraged to do so at the $370 fee.
  • Reduced Rate AccommodationsDivision 15 has negotiated for a reduced room rate of $99/night. Those who plan to stay may click here to make reservations, or call 1-800-228-9290 and ask for the Advances in Educational Psychology room block. Again, space for this rate is extremely limited, so please make reservations as soon as possible.
  • All Meals ProvidedRegistration fees include five full meals across two days. For a full schedule of the event, please click here.
  • Poster Space Still Available – Those interested in presenting research may apply to do so. Find full details (and proposal forms) here.

About AEPC

Using a small-group model, conferees will come together to engage in direct dialogue about some of the central concerns that both bind and divide us as Educational Psychologists. We are asking participants to come ready to discuss and debate important concepts, procedures, and theoretical tensions in the topical strand of their choice. Session facilitators are charged with hosting small group conversations with the goal of improving synergy among scholars who may not otherwise have an opportunity to directly interact. When strong synergies are already grounded in evidence, it will be possible to strengthen the messages in our journals, newsletters, and social media sites. New directions are also likely to emerge at this event?directions that will require scholars to form new design teams, seek funding, and conduct new research.

Please contact AEPC Co-Chairs, Heather Davis ( and Mike Middleton ( with questions. We look forward to seeing you there!

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