Judy Mullet

Judy Mullet

Office Phone: (540) 432-4427

Email:

Main Campus, Harrisonburg

Office Location: RLN 313

Professor

Psychology Dept, MA in Education, Harrisonburg, and MA in Biomedicine

Judy Mullet received her Ph.D. from Kent State University, where her dissertation work focused on context-motivated, conflict strategy choices of middle school students with learning disabilities. She was a school psychologist before coming to EMU, and has authored and co-authored recent publications on restorative discipline and harmful teacher behaviors. A member of the faculty since 1986, Dr. Mullet specializes in restorative discipline in schools, conducting workshops across the USA.

Education

B.A., Psychology, Eastern Mennonite University
M.Ed., School Psychology, James Madison University
Ph.D., Special Education, Kent State University

Publications
  • Mullet, J.H. (2014). Restorative discipline: From getting even to getting well. Children & Schools, 36 (3), pp. 157-162. (peer-reviewed)
  • Mullet, J.H., Akerson, N. & Turman, A. (2013). Healing the past through story. Adult Learning, 24 (2), pp. 72-77. (peer-reviewed)
  • Mullet, J.H. (October 2009). Envisioning an Anabaptist Christian pedagogy, Stepping Up, MEA. Retrieved from “www.MennoniteEducation.org/StepUp”:
  • Mullet, J.H. (2007). Daily News Record (op ed essay), Choosing a college, Harrisonburg, VA.
  • Mullet, J.H. (2007). Freedom to choose. 2008 Hobson’s Christian Colleges Guide.
  • Mullet, J.H. (2006). The bully within us…as teachers. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 10, 95-99.
  • Stutzman-Amstutz, L. & Mullet, J.H. (2005). The little book of restorative discipline. Intercourse, PA: Good Books.
  • Mullet, J.H., & Hart, V. (2001). Rhythms of peace around the world: A study guide. Harrisonburg, VA: Mennonite Media Productions.
  • Mullet, J.H. (1999). Rhythms of peace II: A study guide. Harrisonburg, VA: Mennonite Media Productions.
  • Mullet, J.H., & Wenger, J.A. (1998). A bibliography of picture books to nurture peace. In Increase the Peace (teacher resource guide). Orville, Ohio: Peace & Justice Committee of the Mennonite Church.
  • Grove, C., & Mullet, J.H. (1995). Second chance u. School Board Journal, 18(3), 23-25.
  • Steiner, D.D., & Mullet, J.H. (1995). Mennonite institutions of higher education. In Hunt, T.C. & Carper, J.C. (Eds.), Religious Higher Education in the United State (pp. 495-518). New York: Garland Publishing.
  • Mullet, J.H. & Snyder, P.F. (1993). A drama of love: A christian educator’s guide to creating classes where everyone belongs. Akron, PA: Mennonite Central Committee.
  • Steiner, D.D., & Mullet, J.H. (1992). Amish and Mennonite education. In Hunt, T.C. & Carper, J.C. (Eds.), Religious Schools in the United States, K-12 (pp. 289-313). New York: Garland Publishing.
Scholarly Presentations and Abstracts

2013-2014:

  • Mullet, J.H. (2014). Restorative leadership: Mindset & heartset. February 6, Anabaptist Learning Institute, Landsdowne, MD.
  • Mullet, J. H. (2014). Restorative discipline. Bridgewater College, April1, Bridgewater, VA.
  • Mullet, J.H. (2014). Peaceable classrooms, Bridgewater College (off-campus workshop), March 23, Harrisonburg, VA.
  • Mullet, J.H. (2013). December 5, Restorative discipline: From getting even to getting whole, Indiana Youth Institute, Indianapolis, IN.
  • Mullet, J.H. (2013). Creating a peaceable ethos, Bridgewater College (off-campus workshop), September 29, Harrisonburg, VA.
  • Mullet, H. H. (2013). Becoming a “we”. Mennonite Conference USA, scheduled for July 5, Phoenix, AZ.

2012-2013:

  • Mullet, J.H. (2013). Restorative discipline, Bridgewater College, April 4, Bridgewater, VA.
  • Mullet, J.H. (2013). Peaceable classrooms, Bridgewater College (off-campus workshop, April 16, Harrisonburg, VA.
  • Mullet, J.H. & Leaman, L. H. (2013). Restorative discipline: From getting even to getting whole. ASCD Annual Conference & Exhibit, March 28, Chicago, IL.
  • Mullet, J.H. & Leaman, L.H. (2013). Truth lies in plural. University Colloquium Series, EMU, February 29, Harrisonburg, VA.
  • Mullet, J.H. (2013). Olweus through the eyes of restorative teaching. Sarasota Christian School, February 1, Sarasota, Florida.
  • Mullet, .H. (2012). Peaceable classrooms. Bridgewater College (off-campus workshop, November 19, Harrisonburg, VA.
  • Mullet, J.H. (2012). Restorative discipline. Bridgewater College, November 13, Bridgewater, VA.
  • Mullet, J.H. (2012). A restorative education. VA College Counselor Tour, EMU, October 25, Harrisonburg, VA.
  • Mullet, J.H. (2012). Restorative teaching: From getting even to getting it right, Johnstown Christian School, August 25, Hollsopple, PA.
  • Mullet, J.H. (2012). Moment-to-moment restorative practices. Manheim Township Schools, August 21, Harrisonburg, VA.

2011-2012:

  • Mullet, J.H. & Evans, K. (2012). Understanding and resolving conflict. K-12 Leadership Institute, June 25, JMU, Harrisonburg, VA.
  • Mullet, J.H. (2012). Restorative discipline, April 16, Bridgewater College, off-campus in Harrisonburg, VA.
  • Mullet, J.H. (2012). Restorative discipline for counselors, March 19, JMU, Harrisonburg, VA.
  • Mullet, J. (2012). From getting even to getting it right. February 3, Mennonite Educators Conference, Leesburg, VA.
  • Mullet, J.H. (2011). Restorative discipline: From getting even to getting well. October 21, Virginia Psychological Association, Virginia Beach, VA.

2010-2011:

  • Mullet, J.H., Turman, A. & Akerson, N. (2011). The stories we tell ourselves, Conversations on Attachment: The Science of Love and Spirituality (conference), April 1, EMU, Harrisonburg, VA.
  • Mullet, J.H. (2011). Restorative discipline: From getting even to getting well, ASCD Conference, March 26, San Francisco, CA.
  • Mullet, J.H. (2011). Restorative discipline, March 24, Bridgewater College, off-campus in Harrisonburg, VA.
  • Mullet, J.H. (2011), Moment to-moment restorative discipline practices, LMS Faculty Inservice, February 21, Lancaster, PA.
  • Mullet, J.H. (2010). Restorative discipline, October 11, Bridgewater College class (off-campus) in Harrisonburg, VA.
  • Mullet, J.H. (2010). Inviting all to the table, EMS Fall Faculty Conference, August 20, EMHS, Harrisonburg, VA.
  • Mullet, J.H. & Smeltzer Erb, C. (2010). Envisioning an Anabaptist pedagogy/instructional approaches for creating learning communities in university classrooms, EMU Faculty Conference, August 18, Harrisonburg, VA.

09-10:

  • Mullet, J.H. (2010). An appreciative inquiry approach to differentiated instruction, Virginia Beach Friends School Inservice Day, February 12, Virginia. Beach, VA.
  • Mullet, J.H. & Leaman, L. (2010). Living an Anabaptist Christian pedagogy, Anabaptist Learning Institute, February 4, Pittsburgh, PA.
  • Mullet, J.H. (2009). A foot in the door: Filling the relational gap in school discipline, IIRP Conference, October 21, Bethlehem, PA.
  • Mullet, J.H. (2010). Restorative discipline, March 2, Bridgewater College class (off-campus) in Harrisonburg, VA.
  • Mullet, J.H. (2009). Restorative discipline, Bridgewater College class (off-campus) in Harrisonburg, VA.
  • Mullet, J.H. (2009). Restorative discipline for resident educators, October 23, Iowa Resident Educators Conference, Full Day Training, Des Moines, Iowa.
  • Mullet, J.H. (2009). Schools families run to, Two half-day workshops, Sarasota Christian School, Sarasota, FLA.

08-09:

  • Mullet, J.H. (2009). Anabaptist-Mennonite Christian pedagogy, May 7, MEA/MSC Symposium on Mennonite Education – Why and How?, Lancaster, PA (Invited)
  • Mullet, J.H. (2009). Restorative discipline through an Anabaptist lens, May 5, EMES Professional Development Seminar, Harrisonburg, VA
  • Mullet, J.H. (2009). Restorative discipline, March 24, Bridgewater College class (off-campus) in Harrisonburg, VA.
  • Mullet, J.H. (2009). Moment-to-moment restorative discipline, January 21, Elkton Elementary School Professional Development Seminar, Elkton, VA
  • Mullet, J.H. (2008). Restorative discipline in Christian schools, October 21, Shalom Christian School, Chambersburg, PA (One-Day Workshop)
  • Mullet, J.H. (2008). Moment-to-moment restorative discipline, October 10, John C. Myers & Fulks Run Elementary Schools Professional Development Seminar, Broadway, VA
  • Mullet, J.H. (2008). Moment-to-moment restorative discipline, October 10, Linville & Lacey Springs Elementary Schools Professional Development Seminar, Linville, VA
  • Mullet, J.H. (2008). Restorative justice in schools, Rockingham County School Administrators Conference, August 21, Penn Laird, VA
  • Mullet, J.H. (2008). Moment-to-moment restoration in schools, Penn View Christian Schools Faculty Conference, August 20, Souderton, PA (Invited)

07-08:

  • Mullet, J.H. (2008). A restorative discipline model for transforming school conflict, May 28, 4th Annual Education Conference sponsored by Tennessee Department of Education, Department of Children’s Services Education Division & Tennessee Alliance for Children & Youth, Nashville, TN. (Keynote Address)
  • Mullet, J.H. (2008). Moment to moment restoration in schools: A bottom-up approach to restorative discipline, May 29, 4th Annual Education Conference sponsored by Tennessee Department of Education, Department of Children’s Services Education Division & Tennessee Alliance for Children & Youth, Nashville, TN. (Invited)
  • Mullet, J.H. (2008). Restorative justice: Filling the relational gap in school communities, May 2, Des Moines, IA. (One-Day workshop)
  • Mullet, J.H. (2008). Restorative discipline, April 17, Bridgewater College, off-campus in Harrisonburg, VA.
  • Mullet, J.H. (2008). Restorative discipline for healthy school communities, April 8, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA. (Invited)
  • Mullet, J.H. (2008). A restorative justice approach to bullying, ATE-VA/VACTE conference, April 3, Sweet Briar, VA. (Invited)
  • Mullet, J.H. (2008). A restorative justice approach to bullying, Mennonite Educators Conference, January 31, Pittsburgh, PA. (Invited)
  • Mullet, J.H. (2008). Living moment-to-moment restoration in the classroom: A bottom-up approach to restorative discipline, Mennonite Educators Conference, January 31, Pittsburgh, PA. (Invited)
  • Mullet, J.H. (2008). Restorative discipline, Anabaptist Learning Institute, January 30, Pittsburgh, PA. (Invited)
  • Mullet, J.H. (2007). Differentiating discipline in schools through restorative practices, Conference on Transforming Discipline: Building Community through Restorative Practices, Nov. 29, South Portland, Maine. (Keynote Address)
  • Mullet, J.H. (2007). __Living moment-to-moment restoration in the classroom: A bottom-up approach to restorative discipline_, Conference on Transforming Discipline: Building Community through Restorative Practices, Nov. 29, South Portland, Maine. (Invited)
  • Mullet, J.H. (2007). A restorative discipline model for transforming conflict in schools, Lancaster-Lebanon IU 13 Nonpublic School Conference, August 9, Lancaster, PA. (Invited)

06-07:

  • Mullet, J.H. (2007). A restorative justice approach to discipline, April 12, Bridgewater College, Bridgewater, VA.
  • Mullet, J.H. (2007). A restorative justice approach to bullying in schools, March 30, Mental Health Continuing Education Series 2007, EMU, Harrisonburg, VA. (Invited)
  • Mullet, J.H. & Brownscombe, S. (2006). Health-enhancing approaches to bullying, December 12, Stone Spring Elmentary School (JMU PE students), Harrisonburg, VA. (Invited)
  • Mullet, J.H. (2006). Differentiating discipline through restorative measures, October 19, International IIRP Annual Conference, Bethlehem, PA. (Juried)
  • Mullet, J.H. (2006). A restorative justice approach to discipline, November 14, Bridgewater College, Bridgewater, VA. (Invited)
  • Mullet, J.H. (2006). A restorative justice approach to bullying, August 16, Inservice for Harrisonburg City Schools PE Teachers, Harrisonburg, VA. (Invited).
  • Mullet, J.H. & Brownscombe, S. (2006). Health-enhancing responses to bullying, July 25, Health & Physical Activity Institute, JMU, Harrisonburg, VA. (Juried).
Church, Community and Professional Service

2013-2014:

  • Leader, Kairos for Students, Broadway, VA, May 5-9, 2014.
  • Panel Leader, EMU Honors Weekend, Feb. 8, 2014
  • Workshop Leader, EMU Flash Seminar, The power of introversion in a noisy extroverted world, Nov. 15, 2013.
  • Interview, WVPT, Bullying, Oct. 23, 2013.
  • Consultant, Restorative practices & bullying, fall 2013, VA Region IV T-TAC.
  • Consultant, Peaceable schools initiatives, HPS literacy coach, summer 2013.
  • Workshop Leader, Strength-based leadership, EMU Cabinet, Aug. 21, 2013.
  • Advisor, EMU Psychology Club
  • Guest Lecturer: General Psychology (2X), Secondary Methods, Organizing for Learning, Biomed Seminar
  • Worship Leader, Lindale Mennonite Church
  • Sunday School Teacher, Lindale Mennonite Church

2012-2013:

  • Reviewer, When is peer aggression bullying?. Children & Schools, June 20.
  • Delegate, Lindale Mennonite Church to Mennonite USA Conference, schedule for July 1-6, Phoenix, AZ
  • Co-leader, Kairos for Students, May 6-10, Broadway, VA
  • Speaker, Zion Mennonite Church Sunday School Class, Mar. 20, Broadway, VA
  • Panel Member, VA Network Luncheon, Women in Leadership, Oct 16, EMU
  • Sunday School Teacher, Lindale Mennonite Church (2 adult classes), 1993-present, Linville, VA
  • Worship Leader, Lindale Mennonite Church, 2006-present, Linville, VA

2011-2012:

  • Senior Center Gratitude Study Coordinator, Timberville-Broadway Senior Center, Timberville, VA
  • Book Club Presenter, EMS, May 20, Harrisonburg, VA
  • Sermon, Zion Mennonite Church, May 13, Broadway, VA
  • Judge, WVPT PBS Kids Go! Writer’s Contest , April, 4, Harrisonburg, VA
  • Q101 Interview on “7 Seconds”, March 13, Harrisonburg, VA
  • Boys & Girls Club Workshop Leader, Dec. 9, Waynesboro, VA
  • Sunday School Teacher, 3-4 Sundays/month, Lindale Mennonite Church, 1993-present, and MYF class in spring 2012
  • Worship Leader, Lindale Mennonite Church, 2006-present
  • Consultant to new Cultural Director of a charter school, summer 2011, Lancaster, PA

2010-2011:

  • Workshop leader, Who’s in? Who’s out? Where’s the ‘We’?, Mennonite Church USA Conference, July 5, Pittsburgh, PA.
  • Delegate, Lindale Mennonite Church, Mennonite Church USA Conference, July 4-10.
  • Sermon, Lindale Mennonite Church Retreat, June 12, Highland Retreat, Bergton, VA.
  • Department Co-coordinator, EMU Psychology – Collins Center Partnership, Stop It Now! Workshop on Sexual Abuse, April 12, EMU, Harrisonburg, VA.
  • Workshop leader, Parenting for restoration, Lindale Mennonite Church, November 3.
  • Sunday School Teacher (2000-2011), Lindale Mennonite Church (two classes), Linville, VA
  • Worship leader 2006-2011, Lindale Mennonite Church

09-10:

  • Baccalaureate speaker, EMU, May 1
  • Presenter, one-day staff workshop for Boys & Girls Club of Harrisonburg & Rockingham County, June 10, Harrisonburg, VA.
  • Judge, WVPT Reading Rainbow Program, April 6, Harrisonburg, VA
  • Storyteller, EMES, May 18, Linville, VA
  • Sunday School Teacher (2000-2010), Lindale Mennonite Church (two classes), Linville, VA
  • Worship leader 2006-2010, Lindale Mennonite Church
  • Professional Resource on Restorative Justice (listed in Rockingham County Schools Resource Guide on Diversity), Rockingham County Schools, Harrisonburg, VA.
  • Lindale Mennonite Church delegate to Mennnonite Church USA conference, July 1-4, 2009.

08-09:

  • Peer Mediation Trainer, May 28, Turner Ashby High School, Bridgewater, VA (One-Day-Training)
  • Comprehensive Exam Committee Member, MA in Exceptional Education, JMU
  • WVPT Reading Rainbow Judge, March 26, Harrisonburg, VA
  • EMHS Student Workshop, Living Large: Repairing relationships with apology and forgiveness, October Harrisonburg, VA
  • Storyteller, EMES, April 3, Linville, VA
  • ALS Walk, Johnstown, PA
  • Survey co-developer for local private school
  • Consultant to public school on reentry strategies for suspended students
  • Consultant to public school on behavior management
  • Sunday School Teacher (2000-2009), Lindale Mennonite Church (two classes), Linville, VA
  • Worship leader 2006-2009, Lindale Mennonite Church
  • Professional Resource on Restorative Justice (listed in 2006-2009 Rockingham County Schools Resource Guide on Diversity), Rockingham County Schools, Harrisonburg, VA.

07-08:

  • WVPT Reading Rainbow judge, March 26, Harrisonburg, VA.
  • Storyteller, EMES, March 17, Linville, VA.
  • Local school consultations on relational bullying, spring 2008.
  • Day-long inservice, Restorative discipline applications to bullying, Warwick Christian School, Newport News, VA.
  • Half-day inservice, Differentiated instruction, September 21, New Gardens Friends Upper School, Greensboro, NC.
  • Worship leader (2006-2008), Lindale Mennonite Church, Linville, VA.
  • Sunday School Teacher (2000-2008), Lindale Mennonite Church (two classes), Linville, VA.
  • Professional Resource on Restorative Justice (listed in 2006-2008 Rockingham County Schools Resource Guide on Diversity), Rockingham County Schools, Harrisonburg, VA.
  • Faculty mentor
  • Honors mentor for 5 undergraduate students
Professional Memberships
  • Society for Personality and Social Psychology
  • Society for Teaching Psychology
  • Virginia Psychological Association
  • Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
  • Concerned Educators Allied for a Safe Environment
Professional Conferences Attended

08-14

  • Intercollegiate Peace Fellowship Conference, February 1, 2014, Harrisonburg, VA.
  • Indiana Youth Institute, December 4-6, 2013, Indianapolis, IN.
  • Mennonite Church USA Conference, July 1-6, 2013, Phoenix, AZ
  • Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development Annual Conference, March 15-18, 2013, Chicago, IL.
  • Olweus Bullying Prevention Training, January 31, 2013, Sarasota, FL.
  • Mennonite Educators Conference, February 3, 2012, Leesburg, VA.
  • Virginia Psychological Association, October 20-21, 2011, Virginia Beach, VA.
  • Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development Annual Conference, March 25-27, 2011, San Francisco, CA.
  • Conversations on Attachment: The Science of Love and Spirituality (conference), March 31 – April 2, 2011, EMU, Harrisonburg, VA.
  • Virginia Psychological Association Conference, April 23, 2010, Norfolk, VA.
  • International Institute for Restorative Practices Conference, October 21, 2009, Bethlehem, PA.
  • Iowa Resident Educators Conference, October 22 & 23, 2009, Des Moines, Iowa.
  • CJP Circles course, November 7 & 8, 2009 (Audited)
  • MEA/MSC Symposium, May 8, 2009, Lancaster, PA.
  • 4th Annual Education Conference sponsored by Tennessee Department of Education, Department of Children’s Services Education Division & Tennessee alliance for Children & Youth, May 28-29, 2008,Nashville, TN.
  • ATE-VA/VACTE conference, April 3, 2008, Sweet Briar, VA.
  • Mennonite Educators Conference, January 31-February 1, 2008, Pittsburgh, PA.
  • Conference on Transforming Discipline: Building Community through Restorative Practices, Nov. 29-30, 2008, South Portland, Maine.
New Courses Taught

13-14:

  • BMS 572A Cognitive Psychology
  • Independent Study: HNRS 431: Honors Teaching & Leadership in Social Psychology

12-13:

  • Psyc 341 Cognitive Psychology
  • Independent Study: A Shared Joy Model of Altruism
  • Independent Study: Internship III
  • Directed Study: Internship I & II

11-12:

  • Independent Study: Environmental Psychology
  • Independent Study: Psychology Practicum

10-11:

  • The Psychology of Narrative
  • Independent Study: Storytelling in Psychology
  • Independent Study (Honors): Leadership Practicum

08-09:

  • Counseling
  • Testing & Assessment in Psychology
  • Independent Study: Collaborative Study in Social Psychology
  • Graduate Program – Independent Study

07-08:

  • Interpersonal Relationship Skills
  • Teaching of Psychology
  • Honors Independent Study: Positive Psychology
  • Honors Independent Study: Worldviewing & Backpacking
  • Independent Study: Restorative Discipline

06-07:

  • Developmental Psychology Case Study
  • Independent Study: History of Psychology II
  • Independent Study: Snoezelen Effects (in cooperation with
    Dr. Joann Grayson of JMU)
  • Independent Study: Positive Psychology
EMU Service

13-14 Committees:

  • Faculty Scholarship
  • Honors Committee
  • Campus Ministries Council
  • Psychology Department Faculty Selection Committee
  • Psychology Department Representative in the development of an Accelerated MA Proposal

12-13 Committees:

  • Campus Ministries Council
  • Shenandoah Anabaptist Science Society
  • Restorative Justice in Education MA Planning Committee

11-12 Committees:

  • Campus Ministries Council
  • Animal Care & Use Committee

10-11 Committees:

  • Chair, Honors Committee
  • Honors Council
  • GVC Assessment Task Force
  • SASS Attachment Conference Subcommittee

09-10 Committees:

  • Chair, Honors Committee
  • Honors Council
  • GVC Assessment Task Force
  • SASS Attachment Conference Subcommittee

08-09 Committees:

  • Chair, Honors Committee
  • Honors Council
  • Admissions
  • Provost Search Committee

07-08 Committees:

  • Chair, Honors Committee
  • Honors Council
  • Admissions
  • Quality Service Award Committee
  • Teacher Education Assessment Committee

06-07 Committees:

  • Faculty Status Committee
  • Chair, Honors Committee
  • Academic Structure Task Force
  • Micah Think Tank
  • Admissions Committee
  • Quality Service Award Committee
  • Teacher Education Assessment Committee

Other EMU Service:
12-13:

  • Co-Chair Kairos for Students
    *Advisor to Psychology Club
  • Cprds pf Distinction Committee
  • Class Presentations in other courses: Exploring Social Work, Honors Colloquium, Biomed Seminar, Secondary Methods, Organizing for Learning, Developmental Psychology, General Psychology (2X)
  • Honors student mentor
  • Chapel speaker
  • Guest flash seminar speaker

11-12:

  • Co-leader, Kairos for Students, May 14-18, Broadway, VA
  • Guest Lecturer:
    #General Psychology
    #Secondary Methods
    #Organizing for Learning
  • Faculty Review Team member, three faculty members (two teams, and one class observation only)
  • Faculty Honors Mentor, 1 undergraduate honors student
  • Faculty Advisor, student-taught Wisdom course, spring 2012

10-11:

  • Founder & Coordinator, Kairos Place for Students, May 23-27, Broadway, VA
  • Chapel Speaker, Jesus – who and why, January 19, EMU, Harrisonburg, VA
  • Speaker, Personal feminism, EMSWA, January 19, EMU, Harrisonburg, VA
  • Workshop Leader, No one like you, Deep Gladness Leadership Retreat, September 25, EMU, Harrisonburg, VA
  • Faculty Honors Mentor, 3 undergraduate honors students
    Guest lecturer at EMU:
    #General Psychology, School Psychology
    #General Psychology, Restorative Discipline
    #Youth Ministry, Bullying in Schools
    #Organizing for Learning, Restorative Discipline
    #Middle School Methods, Restorative Discipline
    #Secondary Methods, Restorative Discipline
    #Developmental Psychology, Childhood Bullying

09-10:

  • Guest lecturer at EMU:
  • General Psychology, Relational Psychology
  • Applied Behavior Analysis, ABA in Schools
  • Passion & Obsession, The Stanford Prison Experiment
  • General Methods (Secondary), Restorative Discipline
  • Transitions, The Learning and Teaching Style Match
  • Faculty/CA Prayer Partner
  • Faculty Mentor (5 students)
  • Sponsor/Planner for 2 campus workshops by Dr. Abram Hostetter
  • Honors Mentoring Workshop for Faculty Mentors
  • Baccalaureate Speaker

08-09:

  • SGA faculty forum panel member, March 31
  • Student Life Division Fall Retreat, Understanding Multiple Intelligences, Aug. 12
  • Parent Council & Student Life Division Workshop, Hopes & Fears, Aug. 23
  • Campus Visit Presentation, The EMU Experience, March 3
  • Leadership Retreat, _Passing the torch _, Sept. 27
  • Consultant, SASS grant on attachment
  • Senior class advisor
  • Guest lecturer at EMU:
  • Developmental Psychology (2 classes), Bullying
  • Applied Behavior Analysis, ABA in schools
  • Transitions, Emotional Intelligence
  • General Methods: Secondary, Restorative discipline
  • Organizing for Learning & SPED classes, Restorative discipline
  • General Psychology, Restorative justice in schools
  • Mentee/Prayer Partner for CA student
  • Faculty mentor to 4 honors students
  • EMU Representative, Beazley Scholarship Honors Luncheon, Sept. 15, Lynchburg, VA
  • Team with psychology student & IR to develop, administer and analyze the first Honors Alumni Survey
  • Project Reviewer, ADCP
  • Psychology Department Work Study Coordinator

07-08:

  • Guest lecturer at EMU:
  • General Psychology, School psychology
  • First Year Experience, Learning from personal storytelling
  • Diverse Needs, Stories of giftedness
  • General Methods: Secondary, Restorative discipline
  • Organizing for Learning, Restorative discipline
  • Loyal Royals Society presentation, Relationship building
  • Faculty mentor to 5 honors students
  • Faculty mentor to one new faculty member

06-07:

  • Devotional, SOAR Weekend, May 19, 2007
  • Panel facilitator, September 23, 2006, Leadership Conference
  • Discussion leader, September 18, 2006, Faculty Mentoring Seminar
  • Participant, Beazley Scholarship Honors Luncheon, Nov. 3, 2006, Danville VA
  • Faculty mentor to 7 honors students
  • Faculty mentor to one new faculty member
  • MA in Education action research mentor
  • ADCP project reviewer
  • Graduation speaker, Stop getting over things, EMU December Graduation Recognition, Dec. 8
  • Guest lecturer at EMU:
    School psychology, November 15 and April 11, General Psychology
    Restorative discipline, March 15, Curriculum & Methods
    Restorative discipline, Nov. 10, Organizing for Learning
    Restorative discipline, October 30, Supporting Positive Classroom Behavior
    Learning from personal storytelling, September 12, First Year Seminar