Ends on June 3, 2019

The Undergraduate Teaching and Mentoring award was designed to recognize excellence in teaching and mentoring among faculty at colleges and universities that do not have Ph.D. programs in social and/or personality psychology. The award is open to faculty at community colleges and those whose teaching is primarily online.

Recipients receive $500 and a plaque, which is presented at the Awards Ceremony held at the SPSP Annual Convention, as well as a complimentary one-year SPSP membership.

Eligibility

  • Self-nominations are encouraged.
  • Recipients should have shown excellence in teaching and mentoring at an institution without a Ph.D. program in social and/or personality psychology.
  • This award is open to faculty who have been teaching and mentoring students full-time for five years since receiving their doctoral degree.
  • Recipients may teach at a 4-year or 2-year institution.

Application Requirements

  • A bulleted list documenting mentoring excellence such as student mentored projects, conference presentations, student mentored publications, student success in the field
  • Three letters of support  (optional) 
  • The nominee’s current vita in electronic format (maximum of 3 pages) 

More information on our website.
Questions should be directed to awards@spsp.org.