The Society for the
Psychological
Study of Social Issues

    

 

   Teaching and Mentoring Awards
   Kim Case, Teaching & Mentoring Committee Chair

 

I’m pleased to announce the 2012 teaching winners. As always, the contributions that SPSSI members are making in academia are inspiring - we applaud all of our nominee’s efforts!

 

Congratulations to the 2012 SPSSI Outstanding Teaching and Mentoring Awardee, Amanda Clinton from the University of Puerto Rico! Honorable Mentions for outstanding teaching and mentoring go to Winnifred Louis (University of Queensland, Australia) and Moshe Landsman (Kaye Teachers College, Israel).

Congratulations also go out to the 2012 SPSSI Instructional Innovation Awardee, Shantal Marshall from University of California Los Angeles! Honorable Mentions for instructional innovation go to Alicia Nordstrom (Misericordia University) and Stefanie Sinno (Muhlenberg College). Thank you all for your wonderful work!

On behalf of the SPSSI Teaching and Mentoring Committee, many thanks to Tracie Stewart for contributing this social issues teaching column. (Read Tracie's column here)  For more information about the Teaching and Mentoring Committee, or if you are interested in writing a teaching column for the newsletter, please feel free to contact me.

- Kim Case

caseki@uhcl.edu


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