STP Presidential Citations

Beginning in 2004, the Society for the Teaching of Psychology President has given Presidential Citations to individuals who have made extraordinary life-time contributions to the Society and/or to the teaching of psychology. The President ordinarily presents the Citations during the Business Meeting at the Annual Conference on Teaching. 

Click here to view historical records of these citations; several citations include the text of the citation and/or photos of the president bestowing the citation to the recipient.

2020

  • Loretta Neal McGregor (Arkansas State University)
  • Kristin Habashi Whitlock (Davis High School, Utah)

2019

  • Bernard C. Beins (Ithaca College)
  • Kenneth A. Weaver  (Emporia State University)

2018

  • Jacquelyn Cranney (University of New South Wales)
  • Warren Street  (Central Washington University)

2017

  • Martha Boenau (American Psychological Association)
  • Lee Gurel (Mental Health & Behavioral Science Service, Veterans Administration)
2016

  • Tom Pusateri (Kennesaw State University)

2015

  • Ted Bosack (Providence College)

2014

  • Dana S. Dunn (Moravian College)
  • Maureen A. McCarthy (Kennesaw State University)

2013

  • David G. Myers (Hope College)
  • William Buskist (Auburn University)

2012

  • Wilbert J. McKeachie (University of Michigan)

2011

  • Mary Kite (Ball State University)
  • Ludy T. Benjamin Jr. (Texas A&M University)

2010

  • Wayne Weiten (University of Nevada Las Vegas)
  • Ruth Ault (Davidson College)

2009

  • Charles L. Brewer (Furman University)
  • Randolph A. Smith (Lamar University)

2008

  • Jane Halonen (University of West Florida)

2007

  • G. William Hill IV (Kennesaw State University)
  • Diane Halpern (Claremont McKenna College)

2006

  • Paul Nelson (Education Directorate, American Psychological Association)
  • Barbara Nodine (Arcadia University)

2005

  • Sam Cameron (Arcadia University)
  • Elizabeth Swenson (John Carroll University)

2004

  • Steve Davis (Emporia State University)
  • Jim Korn (Saint Louis University)
  • Marky Lloyd (Georgia Southern University)
  • Virginia Mathie (James Madison University)
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