Committee of Psychology Teachers at Community Colleges

The Committee of Psychology Teachers at Community Colleges was established to:

  • Represent community college psychology teachers.

  • Promote, within the 2-year college community, the highest professional standards for teaching psychology as a scientific discipline with applications to a wide range of human concerns.

  • Cultivate a professional identity with the discipline of psychology among psychology teachers at 2-year colleges.

  • Develop leadership qualities among psychology teachers at 2-year colleges and increase their participation and representation in professional psychology activities and organizations.

  • Establish and maintain communication with all groups involved in the teaching of psychology and with the greater psychological community.

  • Encourage psychological research on teaching and learning at 2-year colleges for the purpose of giving students the best possible educational opportunities.

Front (left to right): Kathryn Clancy and Donna Alexander Middle: Pat Puccio Rear (left to right): Ladonna Lewis, Linda Petroff, Martha Boenau, and Craig Cowden

Front (left to right): Kathryn Clancy and Donna Alexander Middle: Pat Puccio Rear (left to right): Ladonna Lewis, Linda Petroff, Martha Boenau, and Craig Cowden 


Staff Liaisons

Members

  • 2014 Chair: Kathryn Clancy, MA (2014)
    South Puget Sound Community College | Olympia, Wash.

  • Avis Donna Alexander, PhD (2012-14)

  • Kris Leppien-Christensen, PhD (2014-16)

  • Linda Petroff, PhD (2013-15)

  • Patricia Puccio, EdD (2013-15)

  • Helen K. Taylor, PhD (2014-16)

Awards

The PT@CC Teaching Resources Award encourages sharing instructional techniques such as teaching activities, resources, presentation slides or other materials, that community college faculty have developed and used in face-to-face, hybrid or online psychology classes.

Annual Reports