Academic Positions

Seminars and Courses Taught

Personality Assessment III (PG 673). Instructor for graduate course at Auburn University, fall 2002

Abnormal Psychology (PG 353). Instructor for undergraduate course at Auburn University, fall 2002

Statistics in the Behavioral Sciences (PG 304). Instructor for undergraduate course at Auburn University, spring 1999

Personality Assessment I (PG 671). Instructor for graduate course at Auburn University, spring 1999

Human Service Practicum (PG 451). Instructor for undergraduate course at Auburn University, spring 1998

The Individual in Society (U103; Social Psychology). Instructor for core undergraduate course at Auburn University, fall 1996; winter 1996; spring 1997; summer 1997

 

Teaching Experience

2002 to present             School of Public Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC

2004 to 2015               University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Guest Lecturer.  Provided lectures on community-based interventions to graduate students at the UNC-CH School of Public Health.

2007 to 2009                Department of Public Health, William Peace University, Raleigh, NC    

Guest Lecturer.  Provide lectures on community-based interventions to graduate students at William Peach University’s Department of Public Health.

1996 to 2001                Department of Psychology, Auburn University, Auburn, AL.

Instructor. Taught the following undergraduate courses: Statistics in the Behavioral Sciences, Abnormal Psychology, The Individual in Society (Social Psychology), and Human Service Practicum. Teaching duties entailed lecturing 5 days/week, preparing lectures, constructing exams, distributing grades, and providing academic counseling.

1998 to 2000                Department of Psychology, Auburn University, Auburn, AL.

Graduate Teaching Assistant. Instructed and supervised graduate students in courses in Personality Assessment (I and III). Taught and supervised graduate students in performing and interpreting assessments in personality (objective tests, structured diagnostic interviews) and neuropsychological functioning (tests, interviews). Also coordinated and supervised assessment sessions and edited psychological reports.