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4. Fellowship Committee. The Committee on Fellows shall consist
of three Fellows of the
Division appointed by the President. It shall be the duty of the Committee on Fellows to receive
all recommendations for Fellowship, to collect and consider such supporting materials as are
necessary, and to make nominations for Fellow status in the Division, in accordance with the
Bylaws of the Division and of the American Psychological Association.
5. Election Committee. The Election Committee shall consist of
the Past-President as
Chairperson and two Members or Fellows of the Division appointed by the President. The
Election Committee shall secure nominations by mail ballot from the members. All persons
receiving five or more nominations for an office will be included on the ballot if qualified in
accordance with these Bylaws and willing to serve if elected. In order to broaden representation
in the administration of the Division, the Election Committee may place one additional name on
the ballot for each office for which election is being held. The list of nominees shall be reported
to the APA Central Office for inclusion in the election ballot issued by the Association at a date
specified by the Association.
6. Program Committee. A Program Committee, with the Chairman
named by the President,
shall be appointed annually. This Committee shall plan the convention program of the Division.
1. The annual meeting of the Division shall take place during the annual
convention of the
Association, and in the same locality, for the transaction of business, the presentation of
scientific papers, and the discussion of professional matters in the field of the Division's Interest.
The Division shall coordinate its program with, and participate in, the program of the
2. The Division may issue a newsletter for purposes of coordinating and disseminating news
or for other purposes.
1. Amendments to these Bylaws may be proposed by a majority of the Executive
Committee or by a majority vote of the Members present at any annual meeting. Ratification of
the amendment proposed requires a two-thirds majority of those members voting by mail ballot.
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