Registration for STP Speed Mentoring at ACT 2019
The ECP Committee (in collaboration with GSTA) is hosting the inaugural Speed Mentoring round tables session at ACT 2019. This session will occur on Saturday October 19 from 5-6 pm. Please complete this registration form by September 1, 2019 to guarantee your spot.

Please note: all members of STP are welcome. While this is sponsored by the ECP committee, we welcome graduate students, ECPs, and more established faculty.

Please include your email address below to register for this FREE mentoring session. You may indicate a preference to sign up as mentee or mentor. ECPs may see themselves needing mentorship or preferring to give it, so we are leaving it up to you to choose.

Email address *
First Name *
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Last Name *
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Affiliation *
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What is your current academic rank? *
Are you an Early Career Psychologist (defined as a member who is within ten years of beginning teaching of psychology and who is not a student)? *
How would you best describe your current institution? *
If you currently have an academic position, do you have a research-focused or teaching-focused job?
Please indicate your preference to register as a mentee or mentor: *
What would you most like to discuss with your mentor/as a mentor? Feel free to add a topic suggestion. Select all that apply. *
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Do you have any suggestions or comments for the organizers?
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Please confirm that you will be attending the 2019 Annual Conference on Teaching in Denver: *
Do you know of any other members of STP who might be interested in registering as mentees or mentors?
Be sure to share this survey and information with any STP member you think might be interested in participating! The more the merrier.
Thank you for your registration. The event will take place on Saturday, October 19, from 5-6pm - be sure to arrange your travel plans accordingly. We will send out more details to registrants with suggestions for preparing when the time gets closer. We look forward to seeing you in Denver,
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