Six Essential Lessons You Learn from Working on Capitol Hill as an APA Congressional Fellow

  By Meghann Galloway, PhD & Laura Knudtson, PhD (2017-2018 APA Congressional Fellows)   Pinch me… is this a dream? Am I really here? Did I actually just ride the elevator with Bernie Sanders? Was Lisa Murkowski ahead of me in line for coffee?   The novelty of working as an APA Congressional Fellow in […]

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The Need for Meaningful Policy Change: The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same

Last year, APA celebrated its Congressional Fellowship Program’s 40 years of success on Capitol Hill. The article below by a former APA Congressional Fellow highlights the contribution of psychologists to public policy and of the Fellowship experience to Fellows’ professional development. Heather E. Bullock, PhD (Professor of Psychology, University of California – Santa Cruz) As we approach […]