Society for the Teaching of Psychology

Division 2 of the American Psychological Association

The STP Guide to Graduate Student Training in the Teaching of Psychology, 2007

Classroom Edited by:
Christopher Howard, Auburn University
William Buskist, Auburn University
Jeffrey Stowell, Eastern Illinois University

ISBN: 978-1-941804-10-0

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Table of Contents

Preface 5


Alabama, University of 6
Auburn University 8


Azusa Pacific University 10
California State University—San Marcos 12


Delaware, University of 14


Florida State University 16
Florida, University of 19
Nova Southeastern University 21


Augusta State University 22
Georgia, University of 24


Illinois Institute of Technology 26
Illinois, University of, Urbana-Champaign 28
Roosevelt University 31


Northern Iowa, University of 33


Emporia State University 36
Kansas, University of 38


Louisiana Tech University 40
New Orleans, University of 43


Harvard University 45
Suffolk University 47


Eastern Michigan University 48


Mississippi, University of 50


Missouri, University of, at Kansas City 52

New Hampshire

New Hampshire, University of 54

New York

C.W. Post College of Long Island University 57
Queen’s College of the City University of New York 58
Syracuse University 61

North Carolina

Appalachian State University 63


Akron, The University of 65
Wright State University 67


Oregon, University of 69


Lehigh University 71
St. Joseph’s University 73


Memphis, The University of 74


Angelo State University 76
Our Lady of the Lake University 77
Stephen F. Austin State University 79
Texas A & M University at College Station 81
Texas A & M University-Commerce 83
Texas Tech University 85
Texas, University of, at Austin 88


Brigham Young University 90


Vermont, University of 92


George Mason University 94
Old Dominion University 96
Virginia Commonwealth University 97

West Virginia

West Virginia University 99


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