Society for the Teaching of Psychology: Division 2 of the American Psychological Association



Webinar Series of the Mid-Career Psychology Committee

The STP Mid-Career Psychology Committee hosts a workshop series aimed at fostering our mid-career community through peer-to-peer support and communication. This initiative is meant to help share information about the cool roles we, as mid-career faculty, have taken on. Speakers will discuss their own experiences with these roles/transitions, covering best practices and tips for those who may be considering such roles in the future. Each webinar is recorded and shared as a digital archive for those who would like to watch it again and/or for those who were not available at the time of the talk.

Register for one or more of these webinars. (STP login required.)

Meagan Patterson, Associate Professor of Educational Psychology, University of Kansas

Thursday, April 25, 2024, 1pm-2pm ET (room opens at 12:45pm ET)

Patterson's talk will be on re-invigorating your research during the mid-career years. 




John EdlundJohn Edlund, Professor of Psychology at the Rochester Institute of Technology

Monday, May 13, 2024, 12pm-1pm ET (room opens at 11:45am)

Edlund will discuss how mid-career faculty can get involved in professional capacities, such as serving as a titled officer in a professional society, like Psi Chi.


Register for one or more of these webinars. (STP login required.)


Past webinars

Jordan Troisi

Jordan Troisi, Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning, Colby College

Access the recording from Thursday, April 11, 2024, 2pm-3pm ET (STP login required)

Troisi talked about his experience organizing and implementing a year-long, mid-career faculty development fellowship at Colby College.



Marianne E. LloydMarianne E. Lloyd, Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs, College of Arts and Sciences, Seton Hall University

Access the recording from Wednesday, March 20, 2024, 12pm-1pm ET (STP login required)

Lloyd discussed her experience transitioning into administration, particularly the role of Associate Dean.



Meera RastogiMeera Rastogi, Professor of Psychology and Director of the Center for Faculty Engagement, University of Cincinnati, Clermont College

Access the recording from Friday, March 1, 2024, 1pm-2pm ET (STP login required)
Rastogi will be discussing her experience establishing and leading her university's Center for Faculty Engagement.  Specifically, she will share with us the benefits and challenges of this experience, as well as noteworthy differences in her day-to-day responsibilities from her previous role as a faculty member.


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