Robert S. Daniel Teaching Excellence Award

This award recognizes excellence in teaching at a four-year college or university.

Deadline: January 11, 2015

Sponsor: Division 2

Description

The Fund for Excellence in the Teaching of Psychology provides financial support for the teaching awards program administered by the Society for 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.

Eligibility

You can find nomination criteria on Div. 2's website. Renominations and self-nominations are acceptable.

How to Apply

Submit materials via email:

Application Materials
  1. Cover sheet that includes:
    1. Nominee’s name, address, telephone number and email address.
    2. Category of award for which the person is nominated (e.g., 4-year college, 2-year college, high school).
    3. Nominator’s name, address, telephone number and email address.
    4. Name and address of who should be informed if the nominee wins the STP Teaching Award (e.g., department head, principal, supervisor).
  2. Current curriculum vitae that includes educational history of nominee, professional work history, membership in professional organizations, previous recognition or awards, publications, and participation in professional development activities or conferences (e.g., as presenter or attendee).
  3. Letters of recommendation from at least three (3), but not more than five (5), persons, each of whom can speak to the qualifications of the nominee in light of the appropriate criteria.
  4. Statement of teaching philosophy (a maximum of two double-spaced pages).
  5. Evidence to illustrate award criteria.
Past Recipients
2013

Andrew N. Christopher, PhD

2008

Jane Sheldon, University of Michigan-Dearborn

2007

Bette Bottoms, University of Illinois at Chicago

2006

Dean Keith Simonton, University of California, Davis, Calif.

2005

Stephen L. Chew, Samford University, Birmingham, Ala.

2004

C. R. Snyder University of Kansas (Lawrence)

2003

Charles I. Abramson, Oklahoma State University

2002

Kenneth A. Weaver, Emporia State University

2001

Jeanne Marsh Stahl, Morris Brown University

2000

William Buskist, Auburn University

1999

Philip G. Zimbardo, Stanford University

1998

William G. Graziano, Texas A&M University

1997

Patricia G. Devine, University of Wisconsin, Madison

1996

Barbara Nodine, Beaver College

1995

Michael H. Handelsman, University of Colorado, Denver

1994

Richard A. Griggs, University of Florida, Gainsville

1993

Drew C. Appleby, Marian College, Indianapolis

1992

Walter A. Minsk, Macalester College, Minn.

1991

Maryanne Wolf, Tufts University, Mass.

1990

Joseph J. Palladino, University of Southern Indiana

1989

Stephen T. Davis, Emporia State University, Kan.

1988

David S. Holmes, University of Kansas

1987

Kennon A. Lattal, W. Va.

1986

Patricia Marks Greenfield, University of California, Los Angeles

1985

Margaret W. Matlin, S.U.N.Y., Geneseo

1984

Sherman Ross, Howard University

1983

Ernest D. Kemble, University of Minnesota

1982

E. Scott Geller, Virginia Polytechnic Institute

1981

Mark Ware, Creighton University, Omaha, Neb.

1980

Keith Jacobs, Loyola University, New Orleans