My focus in teaching and research is on the development and consequences of gender and other social stereotypes, and in the use of computers and technology. In my teaching I emphasize involving undergraduates in research. I have been a member of the campus global curriculum project, Teaching International, since its inception in 2004.
Currently I am president-elect of the Society for Psychology of Women of the American Psychological Association, following two terms as society treasurer. Previously, I served two terms as the Penn State Greater Allegheny campus academic officer. I am involved in several technology-related efforts, including the development of the new campus web page and the transition to a new learning management system at Penn State.
Research methods, introductory psychology, social psychology, student newspaper
|Class||Class Title||Days & Times||Room|
|PSYCH 100-002 (22933)||Intro Psychology||TuTh 10:35AM - 11:50AM||Crawford Building 104|
|PSYCH 221-001 (31305)||Intro Soc Psych||TuTh 9:05AM - 10:20AM||Crawford Building 104|
|PSYCH 301W-001 (17809)||Basic Methods Psy||TuTh 3:05PM - 4:20PM||Crawford Building 104|
|PSYCH 494-001 (30526)||Research Projects (Research)||APPT||Main 104B|
|Office Hours||TuTh 1:30-3:00; Wed by appt 10AM-2PM||Main 104B|