Interested in Becoming a Member?
ICDSS recognizes that the goal is to represent global developmental science, it reserves the right to make membership decisions on a case by case basis. Member societies are expected to represent the goals and work of ICDSS at their biennial meetings, for example, through the organization of collaborative invited symposia.
To become a member, a society needs:
(a) to have a developmental science focus
(b) to be multidisciplinary
(c) to be multinational
Please forward any request to email@example.com regarding membership information.
The International Consortium of Developmental Science Societies (ICDSS) was launched in December, 2012, by 9 founding societies, later, two more developmental science societies joined:
ICDSS is currently managed by a five-member committee, the Secretariat. In March 2019 at the biennial meeting of SRCD, the member societies will create the governance structure going forward.
The ICDSS Secretariat, includes, in alphabetical order:
Anne PetersenChairResearch Professor, University of Michigan, USA
Frosso Motti-StefanidiProfessor, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
Jennifer E. LansfordJournal EditorResearch Professor, Duke University, USA
Lonnie SherrodRetired Executive Director, SRCD
Rainer SilbereisenProfessor, University of Jena, Germany