Graduate Student Scholarships to be Offered for Teaching the Psychology of Men Continuing Education Program at the APA Washington DC Convention
Eleven scholarships will be awarded to graduate students who want to attend the workshop free of charge.
The purpose of this introductory workshop will be to assist psychologists in developing course work on the psychology of men using the theoretical and empirical literature on men and masculinity. Participants will learn basic knowledge on how to create a psychology of men course or how to infuse this content into existing courses on gender or the psychology of women. Each presenter will share their syllabi, reading materials, class manuals, evaluation processes, and other resources. The workshop will discuss pedagogical processes such as traditional lecturing, psychoeducational techniques, group discussion approaches, use of video media, student assessment techniques, managing classroom problems, and the infusion of diversity and multiculturalism as critical content.
The teaching faculty for the workshop include: James M. O'Neil, Ph.D, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT; Christopher Kilmartin, Ph.D, Mary Washington University, Fredericksburg, VA; James Mahalik, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA.
Information about the graduate student scholarships, how to apply, criteria for selections, and the deadline date can be obtained by emailing Jim O'Neil, Chair, Committee on Teaching the Psychology of Men, Society for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity (SPSMM), Division 51 of APA, by email.
Registration For APA Continuing Education Programs begins April 15, 2011. Call 1-800-374-2721, ext. 5991 or go to online registration website.
Division 16 CE Workshops (PDF, 196KB)