Mary Roth Walsh Teaching the Psychology of Women Award
The Mary Roth Walsh Teaching the Psychology of Women Award is an award sponsored by Div. 35 in honor of the late Mary Roth Walsh. Walsh was the founder of the Teaching the Psychology of Women Institute, the author of several texts and a committed teacher devoted to promoting the psychology of women.
The awardee will be recognized at the annual APA Division 35 awards ceremony. Additionally, the awardee will serve as the Mary Roth Walsh Teaching the Psychology of Women Award chair in the following year.
We are looking for individuals who have devised a creative approach, exercise or assignment for increasing diversity in teaching the psychology of women or gender. Diversity includes, but is not limited to, race, class, ethnicity, sexual orientation and ablebodiedness.
All junior faculty who are members of the Society for the Psychology of Women (or whose application for membership is currently being submitted) are eligible. This includes graduate students teaching psychology of women or gender courses.
To apply, please submit a written description (no more than 750 words) of an exercise, assignment or teaching strategy that enhances diversity in a psychology of women or gender course and a copy of your current CV to this year's award chair:
Alexandra Zelin, PhD
Danielle Dickens, PhD
Patrick R. Grzanka, PhD
Vicki L. Burns, PhD (honorable mention)
Katina Sawyer, PhD and Sara McClelland, PhD
NiCole Buchanan, PhD
Breanne Fahs, Arizona State University
Mindy Erchull, University of Mary Washington
Andrea Dottolo , Worcester State
Barbara Gormley, Georgia State University College of Education
Sherri Painter Pataki, Westminster College