Excellence in Teaching Awards
The STP Teaching Awards Committee congratulates the recipients of the 2013 Teaching Excellence Awards and thanks all nominees, nominators, and reviewers for their participation in the awards process.
- Robert S. Daniel Teaching Excellence Award (4-year college): Andrew N. Christopher, Ph.D., Albion College, Albion MI
- Wayne Weiten Teaching Excellence Award (2-year college): Vincent Granito, Ph.D., Lorain County Community College, Elyria, OH
- Mary Margaret Moffett Memorial Teaching Excellence Award (high school): Jeanne Blakeslee, MA, St. Paul's School for Girls, Brooklandville, MD
- Wilbert J. McKeachie Teaching Excellence Award (graduate student): Robert Bubb, MS, Auburn University, Auburn, AL
- Jane S. Halonen Teaching Excellence Award (early career): Stephanie E. Afful, Ph.D., Fontbonne University, Clayton, MO
- Adjunct Faculty Teaching Excellence Award: Joan T. Bihun, Ph.D., University of Colordo-Denver, Denver, CO
Call for Nominations for the 2014 Awards
The Society for the Teaching of Psychology (Division 2 of the American Psychological Association) announces its 2014 program of awards for outstanding teachers of psychology. Teaching awards of $1500 and a plaque will be bestowed for outstanding performance in each of six categories: 4-year college or university (Robert S. Daniel Teaching Excellence Award), 2-year college (Wayne Weiten Teaching Excellence Award), high school (Mary Margaret Moffett Memorial Teaching Excellence Award), first 7 years of full-time teaching at any level (Jane S. Halonen Teaching Excellence Award), graduate student (Wilbert J. McKeachie Teaching Excellence Award), and the Adjunct Faculty Teaching Excellence Award.
The deadline for submissions is January 11, 2014.
Amy C. Fineburg, Chair of the STP Teaching Excellence Committee (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, ph: 205-682-5390).
You may download the nomination criteria and insructions that are specific to each of the awards in PDF format:
Fund for Excellence
The awards are made possible from donations to The Fund for Excellence in the Teaching of Psychology. The Fund's assets are derived entirely from donations from generous individuals and organizations that seek to promote and recognize excellence in the teaching of psychology. Contributions are encouraged and may be sent to:
Department of Psychology
John Carroll University
University Heights, Ohio 44118
Gifts are tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law.