Each year, U-M awards up to three Collegiate Lecturer titles to those who demonstrate a sustained record of excellence in teaching and learning and/or in service or other contribution to the university. Shelly Schreier has been named a Collegiate Lecturer for her outstanding contributions to instruction.

Shelly is perhaps most "famous" for her teaching of Introduction to Psychology, but she also devotes a tremendous amount of time mentoring her current and former students on a one-on-one basis. She also contributes to Psychology graduate training by taking a leadership role in the training and orientation of GSIs in Psychology.