STP Annual Online e-Conference
Registrants can now access the 2013 Archived Conference
Undergraduate Research in Psychology
Society for the Teaching of Psychology e-Conference
Co-sponsored by the University of North Georgia
Friday, January 25, 2013
11:45 AM – 4:00 PM (Eastern Standard Time)
The Society for the Teaching of Psychology presents the 6th Annual Live e-Conference. The 2013 teaching conference will include topics such as (1) the integration of undergraduate research into the curriculum; (2) how to conduct undergraduate research with limited resources; (3) the development of a student-run and student-focused research conference (4) the benefits and potential risks of undergraduate research to students and faculty; and (5) how to run a successful undergraduate research laboratory.
Only Internet access is required to watch (and hear) the presenters; you will be able to test your connection before the conference. Registered participants will receive access instructions and passwords approximately one week prior to the broadcast. For additional information, contact Steven Lloyd (email@example.com) at 706-864-1445 or Enes Aganovic (firstname.lastname@example.org).
e-Conference Program (all listed times are Eastern Standard Time)
11:00-11:45 am Logon to recheck your internet connection at your convenience
11:45-12:00 pm Opening remarks: Welcome and Introductions
12:00-12:50 pm Real Teaching + Real Research = Real Learning
Sandra K. Webster, Westminster College
1:00-1:50 pm No Lab? No Equipment? No Problem! Conducting Research on a Shoestring
Stephen L. Chew, Samford University
2:00-2:20 pm Embedding Undergraduate Research into the Curriculum
Chuck Robertson, University of North Georgia
2:25-2:45 pm Increasing Student Interest and Involvement in Undergraduate Research Conferences
Amy Hackney, Georgia Southern University
2:50-3:10 pm Re-Thinking Higher Education: Undergraduate Research in a Changing Environment
Danny Hatch & Tony Zschau, University of North Georgia
3:15-3:35 pm Undergraduates doing Behavioral Neuroscience Research
Mark Zrull, Appalachian State University
3:40-4:00 pm The Ethical Treatment of Research Assistants: When Safety is Forsaken for Science
Karen Naufel, Georgia Southern University & Denise Beike, University of Arkansas
4:00-4:15 pm Closing remarks: Acknowledgements
Thank you to the University of North Georgia’s Division of Distance Education and Technology Integration for producing and broadcasting the e-Conference. If you have technology-related questions, please contact Enes Aganovic (email@example.com) or Steven Lloyd (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Registration and Payment
- Individual Registration: $20
- Institutional Registration: $50 (unlimited access for all faculty at the institution)
Please use one of the following options to make your payment.
- Pay online securely with a credit card. Note: GSU processes credit card payments in batches. You may not see the credit card transaction appear on your bank statement for up to 4-6 weeks.
- Mail a check or purchase order payable to Georgia Southern University, with a note specifying who the payment is for, to:
- Janie H. Wilson, Ph.D.
Professor of Psychology
P.O. Box 8041
Georgia Southern University
Statesboro, GA 30415
- Janie H. Wilson, Ph.D.
- View the archived 2013 conference
- View the archived 2010 conference
- View the archived 2009 conference (using 2009 login info)
- Attendees of the conference may view the archived video using the same username and password given to them to view the live workshop. Archived conference presentations are available to those who registered prior to the beginning of the live conference.