I am a Davidson alumna with a Master's and PhD in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the Ohio State University. I joined the faculty of Davidson in 1992 as the first female alum in a tenure track position. In 1996 I decided to take time off to raise my family. I returned to teaching at Davidson in 2007 as a visiting professor. The courses I teach include General Psychology, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Research Design and Analysis, and Issues in Psychology. In 2012 I was awarded the Student Government Association Faculty Award which "recognizes the positive involvement of a professor in the lives of students outside the classroom setting." My research areas have included goal setting and job insecurity.
Ph.D., M.A. Ohio State University
B.A. Davidson College
PSY 101 General Psychology
PSY 254 Industrial-Organizational Psychology
PSY 310 Psychological Research: Design & Analysis
PSY 401 Issues in Psychology