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41st Annual Convention: Last Chance to Register!

Only two days left to register online for the 41st Annual Convention in San Antonio. The deadline is Thursday, April 30. After the deadline, prices will increase and you will have to register on site. Register now!


ABAI Executive Council Election Results

ABAI welcomes incoming Council members President-Elect M. Jackson Marr, Applied Representative Cynthia Anderson, At-Large Representative Christina Alligood, and Student Representative-Elect Christina Peters (University of Nevada, Reno). Their term of office begins Monday, May 25, 2015 and extend until May 2018.


Save the Date: 44th Annual Convention

ABAI is excited to announce that the 44th Annual Convention will take place in San Diego, California, on May 25–29, 2018. The convention will be held in the Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego and Marriott Marquis San Diego & Marina. Save the date and start making plans for your trip to Southern California!


Jack Michael Golf Scramble

The Industrial/Organizational Graduate Student Organization (IOGSO) is proud to be the organizer of the Jack Michael Golf Scramble, to be held on May 15, 2015 at 1:00 PM at The Lynx Golf Course in Otsego, MI. A portion of the proceeds will go towards attracting top tier graduate students to the IOGSO program, bringing in notable field leaders to give presentations at WMU, and potentially funding various grants or scholarships. Learn more, register, or become a sponsor.


41st Annual Convention: Program on the Web

The program for ABAI's 41st Annual Convention is now available on the web. Start planning your convention experience with our online schedule tool. See you in San Antonio! Click here to view the program on the web.


Dr. Anthony Biglan (an ABAI member and invited presenter at the 41st Annual Convention) has recently published "The Nurture Effect: How the Science of Human Behavior Can Improve Our Lives and Our World"—examining the evolution of behavioral science and how nurturing environments can increase human wellbeing with evidence-based interventions that can prevent many of the psychological and behavioral problems that plague our society. Including a forward by Dr. Steven C. Hayes and an afterward by Dr. David Sloan Wilson, "The Nurture Effect" lays out a model for significant societal change.


Also, come see Dr. Biglan in San Antonio and register for the 41st ABAI Annual Convention



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