DEPARTMENT: Honors Program
POSITION: Professor Emerita/Psychology
DEPARTMENT: Graduate Teacher Education, Harrisonburg
LOCATION: Main Campus, Harrisonburg | RLN 313
PHONE: (540) 432-4427
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 publications on restorative justice in schools and well-being. A member of the faculty since 1986, Dr. Mullet specializes in relational literacy and restorative justice in schools, conducting workshops across the US.
BA, Eastern Mennonite University (Psychology)
MED, James Madison University (School Psychology)
PHD, Kent State University (Special Education)
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. (March 2012). Who’s in? Who’s out? Where’s the ‘we’? Stepping Up, 1-3. Retrieved from www.MennoniteEducation.org/StepUp.
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.
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17-18 Committees & Leadership:
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
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