Early Career Psychologists Committee
STP is excited to announce the Early Career Psychologists Committee (ECPs). The committee is charged with spearheading activities and opportunities to aid Early Career Professionals through education, training and networking, as well as representing ECP interests in division matters. Our goal is to help serve the needs of new faculty members as they develop their courses and research programs. Specifically we want to assist ECPs with faculty development issues while focusing on the importance of pedagogy and facilitating the scholarship of teaching and learning.
STP defines an Early Career Psychologist as a member who is within ten years of beginning teaching of psychology and who is not a student. Any STP member who meets this definition qualifies for the ECP resources described below.
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*Please note that this list is not exhaustive. If you become aware of other teaching awards for ECPs, or additional funding sources for ECPs, please e-mail email@example.com
Courtney Gosnell, Pace University (Associate Chair)
Dina Gohar, University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
Ciara Kidder, Oregon State University
Vishal Thakkar, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Amanda Woodward, University of Minnesota Twin Cities
Stephanie Afful, Lindenwood University