Society for the Teaching of Psychology

Get Involved in STP!

If you’re an STP member interested in becoming more involved in STP activities then you’ve come to the right place. STP is committed to providing opportunities to as many of its members as possible to participate in STP initiatives. Whenever there’s a committee, taskforce, or working group vacancy, this will be one of the places where the vacancy is announced. In the meantime, here’s a partial list of executive committee members and their areas of responsibilities. If you click on each name, you’ll be directed to that person’s email address. Even if there is no current vacancy, you should feel free to contact one or more of these individuals to express your interest in serving on a specific committee. If you’re a nonmember visitor to this site and are interested in getting involved with STP, then by all means return to the homepage and submit your membership application online. We welcome anyone interested in the teaching of psychology.


Current Service Opportunities

  • Looking for Volunteers: Working Group on Social Media
    As social media becomes a more critical component in communication with members and public relations, it is time for STP to examine all of its social media. Currently, we have two Facebook groups (GSTA and "regular"), a Google+ account, a Twitter account and a LinkedIn account. There are three listservs (ECP, GSTA and PSYCHTEACH). There is at least one blog hosted by GSTA. A working group is needed to examine what media STP uses, what it should use and how it should be used. Should there be a committee that oversees the Media? How should we choose our FB monitors, Tweeter, etc. These are some of the questions to be considered. The group's work will be done early spring and a report will be generated for consideration by the Executive Committee. If you are interested in serving on this working group, please send your CV and a statement of interest which highlights your experience with social media to Diane Finley, dfinley@pgcc.edu. Applications should be received by November 20, 2014. Questions can be sent to the same email.

  • STP – International Relations Committee

    The STP International Relations Committee is searching for one to two new members to begin serving January 1, 2015. Members may serve up to two, three-year terms. The IRC’s charge is to “oversee and assess all Society activities related to international issues, including, but not limited to, internationalizing membership, integration of international issues into the curriculum, and attracting members of international communities to psychology as a major and a profession.” Most work is completed via email or Google Drive. The IRC webpage (which is under construction) listing current members is at available at http://teachpsych.org/diversity/irc.php. If you are interested please send your vitae and a statement of interest to Martha S. Zlokovich at Martha.Zlokovich@psichi.org.


Sue Frantz (sfrantz@highline.edu), Vice President for Resources

  • Office of Teaching Resources in Psychology (OTRP), Project Syllabus, Department Consulting Service, Professional Development Committee, Teaching of Psychology, E-books, Internet, e-Xcellence in Teaching

Janie Wilson (jhwilson@georgiasouthern.edu), Vice President of Programming

  • Best Practices Conference, E-Workshops, Regional Conference Programming, STP Program at APA, STP Program at APS, G. Stanley Hall Lectures, STP Program at SPSP, NITOP Coordinator, SoTL Writing Workshop Coordinator, Conference Speaker Grant Program

Diane Finley (dfinley@pgcc.edu), Vice President for Recruitment, Retention, and Public Relations

Beth Schwartz (bschwartz@randolphcollege.edu), Vice President for Recognitions and Awards

  • Fellows Committee, Teaching Awards Committee, Small Partnerships Grants, Early Career Psychologists Travel Grants, Instructional Resource Awards, SoTL Awards Committee

Susan Nolan (susan.nolan@shu.edu), Vice President for Diversity and International Relations

  • Diversity Committee, International Relations Committee
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