Peter Salovey

Yale University President & Chris Argyris Professor of Psychology

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After completing his undergraduate education at Stanford University, Peter Salovey received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Yale University in 1986 and was appointed to the faculty in the same year. He is the 23rd president of Yale University, the Chris Argyris Professor of Psychology, and professor of Epidemiology and Public Health. His presidential term began in July 2013. To read his full biography, please visit http://president.yale.edu/about-president-salovey.

Education

  • PhD, Yale University, 1986
  • MA, Stanford University, 1980
  • BA, Stanford University, 1980

Achievements

  • Carson Scholars Fund Leadership Award
    2011
  • DEd, doctorate honoris causa, University of Pretoria, South Africa
    2009
  • Exceptional Lifetime Achievement Award, International Conference on Advances in Management
    2009
  • Elected member, Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering
    2009
  • American Psychological Association, G. Stanley Hall Lecturer
    2008
  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Excellence Award
    2005
  • Wilbur Lucius Cross Medal, Graduate School Alumni Association, Yale University
    2004
  • The Lex Hixon ‘63 Prize for Teaching Excellence in the Social Sciences
    2002

Editorships

  • Guilford Press series on Emotions and Social Behavior Editor
  • Oxford University Press Companion to the Affective Sciences, 2005-2008 Associate Editor
  • Encyclopedia of Health and Behavior, Sage Publications, 2001-2003 Section Editor
  • Emotion, 2000-2002 Associate Editor
  • Review of General Psychology, 1996-2002 Founding Editor
  • Oxford University Press Handbook of Affective Science, 1998-2002 Section Editor
  • APA-Oxford University Press Encyclopedia of Psychology, 1996-1999 Associate Editor
  • Psychological Bulletin, 1991-1996 Associate Editor