The Society for The Teaching of Psychology (STP; Division 2 of APA) is pleased to announce a program to provide support to small teaching conferences to fund speakers related to the teaching of psychology. The grant program is open to any gathering of psychology teachers from 4-year colleges and universities, 2-year colleges, or high schools. (Please note that the program does not fund speakers for regional research conferences through this program long-standing regional research conferences are supported by STP through another program.)
STP provides a total of $6000 to award in the amount of $1200 per speaker/conference. This money will provide travel reimbursement for the speaker, and the conference will be expected to fund (or waive) the speaker’s registration. Please note that STP will fund a speaker for more than $1200 travel reimbursement when special circumstances exist (e.g., international speaker, necessary accommodations).
The committee reviews all applications on a rolling basis. We give 5 awards per calendar year and will continue to accept applications until all funds have been awarded. Please submit applications early.
Proposals should not be longer than 2 single-space pages and should include the following sections:
The committee will review proposals according to the following criteria:
a) quality of the proposal
b) number of people involved in the conference
c) history of past support of the conference by STP
d) extent to which the conference supports the mission of STP
Send applications in a digital format to:
Courtney Roucheleau, Ph.D.
Department of Psychology
Appalachian State University
Boone, NC 28608
The Society for the Teaching of Psychology advances understanding of the discipline by promoting excellence in the teaching and learning of psychology. The Society provides resources and services, access to a collaborative community, and opportunities for professional development. The Society also strives to advance the scholarship of teaching and learning, advocate for the needs of teachers of psychology, foster partnerships across academic settings, and increase recognition of the value of the teaching profession.