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Master Educator IDEA Scholarship Award

Description

Description

  • Created to uphold and promote inclusion, diversity, equity, and anti-racism (IDEA) values and increase representation of minorities in academic psychiatry.
  • Scholarship will sponsor participation in the Master Educator program and facilitate networking with a dynamic community of highly creative, dedicated educators.
  • Opportunity to network and obtain mentoring
  • Number: maximum of 2, selected annually to begin in the fall session.
Eligibility & Selection Criteria
Benefits

This program highlights AAP’s strong commitment to uphold and promote inclusion, diversity, equity, and anti-racism (IDEA) values and increase representation of minorities in academic psychiatry. We aim to support early career faculty from groups that are underrepresented in psychiatry or otherwise disadvantaged. We are dedicated to enriching the pipeline of psychiatric educators who will teach the next generations of learners and contribute to better patient-centered and culturally-responsive mental health care, ultimately improving patient care outcomes. The AAP IDEA Master Educator Scholarship will sponsor participation in the Master Educator program and facilitate networking with a dynamic community of highly creative, dedicated educators.

Deadlines:

THIS SCHOLARSHIP OPENS APRIL 20, 2022.

  • Scholarship Award Application Deadline: June 15, 2022
  • Scholarship Award Notification: July 15, 2022

 

 

Application Requirements

Application Requirements:

  • Complete online application form, including a brief explanation of the way the applicant identifies as underrepresented or otherwise disadvantaged or information showing they are underrepresented at their institution.
  • Curriculum Vitae*
  • Support letter* from a peer, vice chair, chair, or supervisor (max 300 words. Prompt: Please describe the applicant's contributions to education to date, current educational role(s), and future growth opportunities as an educator in your department/program).
  • Personal statement* (max. 300 words describing your current educational roles, what your favorite parts of those roles are and your career plans as an educator).
  • Optional, but encouraged: Teaching evaluations (e.g., didactic or clinical teaching).

* Once this application is completed, please send your CV, support letter, personal statement, and teaching evaluations (if available, in PDF format ONLY) via email to lhedrick@academicpsychiatry.org.

Deadline for submission: June 15, 2022

For further inquiries, contact Lisa Hedrick at lhedrick@academicpsychiatry.org.