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For all positions, STP encourages applications and nominations from colleagues who are from underrepresented groups and have diverse backgrounds and experiences.
STP is seeking someone to chair the 2018 ad hoc committee that will oversee the third annual STP International Twitter Poster Conference (http://teachpsych.org/International-Twitter-Poster-Conference) in 2018. We are currently seeking someone who is familiar with Twitter and has an active Twitter account. The chair will recruit members of the 2018 ad hoc committee, with whom she/he will work to refine the conference guidelines, help promote the conference, monitor conference submissions on Twitter, and help determine prizes/awards, if applicable.
If you are interested in joining the committee, please email Susan Nolan, the Vice President for Diversity and International Relations (at email@example.com) with your CV, your Twitter username, and a brief statement of interest by May 11, 2018. Please also feel free to email if you have any questions about the conference and the committee. STP encourages applications from colleagues who are from underrepresented groups and have diverse backgrounds and experiences.