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Monthly Highlight: Diversity 

Diversity and Inclusion in Political Science: Achieving diversity and inclusion in political science is a priority for the American Political Science Association. Recognizing the many differences – among them, demographic, substantive, intellectual, pedagogical, methodological -- and leveraging this variation is critical not only to the success of individual political scientists but to the strength and longevity of the disciplinary enterprise. The individual and collective creativity and innovation required for disciplinary responses to an ever-changing world depend on our ability to harness our differences in our research, teaching, and service. The role of APSA is to facilitate this goal/endeavor. Read more
 

APSA Connect Open Forum Launching this Fall

We know the value that APSA members put on the networking and educational opportunities we provide through our conferences. To build on that value, we are excited to enter into this new phase of member communications by relaunching our an environment to connect, engage and share information and best practices in real time, and launching the APSA Connect Open Forum. 

This APSA Connect community was designed to help the association communicate more dynamically with our members, by responding more quickly to your needs and receiving your input on critical political sciecne issues. This relaunch and launch of the Open Forum will only strengthen our ability to implement a mission and serve our members in more robust ways. 

APSA Connect is an evolving community. Along with the ability for our organized section chairs to download lists of section members 24-7, we will introduce other new tools in the coming months to enhance your experience.
  
We are excited to share that we are in the process of updating both our access and format of exchange on the existing APSA Connect (public access for some content, but private access for members as a way to engage and share materials with your APSA-member colleagues. Please note that later this fall, the bulk of content on the APSA Connect platform will be accessible to APSA members only. Please check back for more information soon!