Society for the Teaching of Psychology: Division 2 of the American Psychological Association

Leadership Changes in GSTA

10 Jun 2021 12:00 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Starting in June 2021, Maaly Younis and Adam Green will take over as the Chair and Associate Chair of the GSTA, respectively. We thank Amy Maslowski for her leadership and efforts as the former Chair of the GSTA! We are also excited to introduce Madeline Bruce as the newest member of the GSTA Steering Committee.

Maaly Younis, GSTA Chair

Maaly Younis is an Educational Psychology doctoral candidate at the University of Northern Colorado. Her research foci are studies of transformative learning and academic engagement, Photovoice, culturally responsive pedagogy, and diversity and inclusion. She teaches several undergraduate courses such as Introductory Psychology, Educational Psychology & Psychological Statistics.

Adam Green, GSTA Associate Chair

Adam Green is a doctoral candidate at Southern Illinois University Carbondale. His research interests involve moral and political beliefs, and how these impact perceptions of others. He has assisted in several courses including Undergraduate and Graduate Research Methods, Undergraduate Statistics, and Graduate Statistics. He hopes to support and improve GTA experiences through the GTSA, as well as make statistics a less scary topic to learn (and teach).

Madeline Bruce, GSTA Steering Committee Member

Madeline (Mads) J. Bruce is a PhD candidate in Clinical Psychology at Saint Louis University. Her research currently focuses on posttraumatic adjustment and identity. Interested in evidence-based practice in her clinical work, research, and teaching, her work on trigger warnings was some of the first to subject this controversial topic to empirical scrutiny. In her free time, she enjoys ultra-swimming, running, and eating.

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