Jennifer Kunz


Ph.D., Marquette University, 2008

Teaching Philosophy:

As a Lecturer in the Department of Psychology, I appreciate the opportunity to focus on the education of undergraduate psychology students.  My goals as a lecturer are to encourage students to take an active role in their learning, to foster student engagement with the material, and to promote critical thinking about course content and methodology.  It is my hope that the skills obtained in my courses will help students progress efficiently through the undergraduate psychology curriculum and have significant value to students outside of the classroom.

Courses Taught:
Psych 210:  Psychological Statistics
Psych 230:  Social Psychology: Psychological Perspectives
Psych 320:  Psychology of Women
Psych 677:  Experimental Social Psychology