This annual award is given to a present or past teacher of psychology at any level, in recognition of an unusually significant contribution to education and training in psychology in the UK.
Members are invited to nominate for this award in recognition of exceptional and significant contributions to psychology education.
Further information can be obtained from [email protected]
Nominations for this award are now closed.
|2017||Professor Carolyn Mair|
|2009||David Groome, Alex Haslam, and Steve Reicher|
|2005||Andy Field and Mark Griffiths|
|2003||Robert John (Sean) Cameron|
Inaugurated in 1996 as the Award for Distinguished Contributions to the Teaching of Psychology, it was then renamed in 2005 as the Award for Excellence in the Teaching of Psychology, then renamed again in 2010 as the Award for Excellence in Psychology Education, then once more in 2012.