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Role in the Center
As a graduate assistant in the Center, Erin assists in the administration of the Certificate in University Teaching Skills program. She also conducts research on teaching and learning topics; consults with graduate students about teaching; and assists Center staff with design, implementation, and assessment of programs.
Areas of Expertise
- Administration of the Certificate Program
- Organize and facilitate orientation sessions for the Center and for new teaching assistants
- Conduct mid-semester focus groups
- Organize and contribute to Center publications and web-based resources
- Conduct research on teaching and learning
Erin joined the Reinert Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning in July of 2012. She is a doctoral student in the Experimental Psychology Program at SLU, with a concentration in Social Psychology. Prior to joining the CTTL, Erin taught several courses in the Psychology Department and the School for Professional Studies, including General Psychology, Foundations of Research Methods and Statistics, and Applied Social Psychology. Additionally, she has conducted research on teaching and learning; presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association and the Society for the Teaching of Psychology: Best Practices conference; and published in Teaching of Psychology, the Journal of Effective Teaching, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, and the CTTL's White Paper Series: Focus on Teaching and Learning.