Stevenson University and/or its Faculty have associations with the following professional organizations:
Association for Psychological Science
The Association for Psychological Science (APS) is the international organization that is dedicated to advancing the science of Psychology and its application to research, teaching, application, and promotion of human welfare. APS welcomes student affiliates.
American Psychological Association
The American Psychological Association (APA) is the national organization with the mission to advance the use of psychological knowledge to benefit society and improve people’s lives. APA is the largest organization of psychologists with over 150,000 members. APA has over 50 divisions, which represent interest groups within the members of APA. APA and many of the divisions publish their own journals. APA welcomes student affiliates.
Eastern Psychological Association
The Eastern Psychological Association (EPA) is a regional association with the mission to promote and disseminate professional information about the field of Psychology. The membership is diverse, ranging from researchers in many areas of Psychology to clinicians. Membership is open to students and Stevenson University students are encouraged to join as student affiliates. EPA hosts an annual convention that Stevenson University (SU) faculty and students routinely attend. Students have presented posters at the EPA of their research. Recent student poster topics included:
Maryland Psychological Association
The Maryland Psychological Association (MPA) is the state affiliate of the American Psychological Association. Its purpose is to promote research, practice, and human welfare in the State of Maryland. Its activities include lobbying for legislation that protects the human welfare and the profession of psychology.It conducts continuing education classes.
Baltimore Psychological Association
The Baltimore Psychological Association (BPA) is the local association that promotes the application of psychology and human welfare. It is composed mostly of practicing psychologists. Its primary function is to promote continuing education.