Committee of Psychology Teachers at Community Colleges
The Committee of Psychology Teachers at Community Colleges was established to:
Represent community college psychology teachers.
Promote, within the 2-year college community, the highest professional standards for teaching psychology as a scientific discipline with applications to a wide range of human concerns.
Cultivate a professional identity with the discipline of psychology among psychology teachers at 2-year colleges.
Develop leadership qualities among psychology teachers at 2-year colleges and increase their participation and representation in professional psychology activities and organizations.
Establish and maintain communication with all groups involved in the teaching of psychology and with the greater psychological community.
Encourage psychological research on teaching and learning at 2-year colleges for the purpose of giving students the best possible educational opportunities.
- Martha Boenau (email)
- Robin Hailstorks, PhD (email)
2013 Chair: Craig Cowden, PhD (2013)
Tacoma Community College | Tacoma, Wash.
Avis Donna Alexander, PhD (2012-14)
Kathryn Clancy, MA (2012-14)
Ladonna Lewis, PhD (2011-13)
Linda Petroff, PhD (2013-15)
Patricia Puccio, EdD (2013-15)
Call For Nominations
Consider self-nominating for a position on the PT@CC Committee or nominate a colleague who would make a positive impact. Nominations are due by June 3, 2013.
The 2013 PT@CC Teaching Resources Award encourages sharing instructional techniques such as teaching activities, resources, presentation slides or other materials, that community college faculty have developed and used in face-to-face, hybrid or online psychology classes.