I really enjoy teaching and am enthusiastic about working with students at Davidson. I firmly believe that education takes place outside of the classroom as well as inside, and I published an article in Psychology of Women Quarterly on the importance of using experiential assignments as supplements to traditional curriculum.
I currently serve as Communications Editor of the newly formed Early Career Psychologist Council within the Society for the Teaching of Psychology (APA Division 2). I was also recognized for Distinguished Contribution to Undergraduate Education by the Rutgers University School of Arts and Sciences.
This Fall (2012), I am teaching Social Psychology (PSY 232) and Research Methods in Social Psychology (PSY 318). In the Spring I will be teaching General Psychology (PSY 101A) as well as a seminar on the Psychology of Prejudice (PSY 353).
Past Syllabi:General Psychology (2012) - Davidson College Seminar: Psychology of Prejudice (2012) - Davidson College Social Psychology (2011) - Davidson College Research Methods in Social Psychology - Davidson College Social Psychology (2010) - Rutgers University Introduction to Psychology - Drew University Social Psychology (2009) - Rutgers University Quantitative Methods - Rutgers University Psychology of Women and Gender - Rutgers University Infant and Child Development Lab - Rutgers University
MentoringIf you are a psychology major interested in writing a thesis, and your research interests are compatible with mine, feel free to contact me to discuss the possibility of working together.