McGraw-Hill Regional Award Application | ADVISOR

A current Psi Beta officer can use this form to nominate his or her chapter's Psi Beta advisor for the McGraw-Hill Regional Faculty Advisor Of The Year Award
  • The nominee must have been a chapter advisor for at least 1 year. He or she cannot be currently serving on the Psi Beta National Council. The chapter must be active and in good standing with the National Organization. Only a chapter officer (e.g., President, Vice-President, Delegate, Secretary/Treasurer) can nominate an advisor - the person completing this form is representing the entire chapter.
  • You must specify which region your chapter is in. If unsure, go to the Psi Beta website and look under Chapters.
  • In the event our judges select your nominee, we will notify your advisor by sending an announcement email to him or her.
  • We want to know who is submitting this nomination and your officer role in your chapter.
  • Please provide the email address you access most often. We will use your email to let you know whether or not our judges selected your nominee for the advisor-of-the-year award.
  • In the textbox below, please provide a narrative that includes your advisor's contributions to your chapter, the discipline of psychology, and to mentoring students.
  • Accepted file types: pdf.
    Optional - Please upload a 1 page PDF file describing why you are nominating your advisor for the McGraw-Hill regional advisor of the year award. Your narrative can include your advisor's contributions to your members, your chapter, your college, and any other contributions your advisor had made at local, state, regional, and/or national levels. Please be sure to include the following information at the very top of your nomination letter: Name of advisor, college, nominator's name. Thank you
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