Debra Zellner Becomes President-Elect of Eastern Psychological Association

Debra Zellner, professor of Psychology has been elected as the Eastern Psychological Association’s (EPA) new president-elect. She will begin her term on June 1, 2011.

The oldest and largest of the regional Psychological Associations in the United States, the EPA was founded in 1896. Its sole purpose is to advance the science and profession through the dissemination of professional information about the field of Psychology. The EPA achieves this goal by conducting its annual meeting where the members present the latest advances in professional and scientific work to their colleagues. The EPA welcomes psychologists from all fields across the discipline.

Congratulations to Professor Zellner on her prestigious new role with the EPA.