|Education and Interests
Received her undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and her Ph.D. from New Mexico State University. She has lived in 5 different countries (Chile, Ecuador, Finland, New Zealand, and the USA) and taught psychology courses at New Mexico State University, Brookdale Community College in Guayaquil, Ecuador, and Central Connecticut State University.
At CCSU, she teaches cross-cultural psychology, intergroup relations, research methods II, introduction to psychology, courses abroad,, and a graduate seminar in global psychology. Her research interests focus primarily on multicultural and intergroup relations and she has collected data from places like Ecuador, the United States, and Zimbabwe.
In her personal time, she loves to travel (40 countries and counting), read (or occasionally watch films), be outdoors (hiking, camping, sitting on a beach, or sleeping in a hammock), hang out with her miniature pinscher, eat food from different countries, and just about anything else that sounds like fun...