Rio Grande College

Experience

Professional Experience

Data Analyst, Office of Institutional Research, Mississippi State University. Responsibilities: developing and generating statistical reports.
May 2005 to 2006

Mental Health Technician, North Mississippi State Hospital, Tupelo, MS. Responsibilities: provided direct assistance (socialized, assisted, and observed) to mentally ill patients. Also, assisted with administrative duties August 2000-August 2001

Research Assistant, Department of Psychology, New Mexico State University. Responsibilities: Served as a research assistant for Dr. Larry Gregory and Anne Duran, M.S. This involved the collection, analysis, and interpretation of data from a variety of research projects.
June 1998-December 1999

Behavioral Therapist Intern, Mentor of New Mexico, Roswell, NM. Responsibilities: Assisting individuals with developmental disabilities; analyzing behavioral reports on clients; assisting behavioral therapist with monthly behavioral plans.
May 1996-June 1998

Teaching Experience

August 2009-Present
Associate Professor of Psychology. Sul Ross Rio Grande College. Department of Liberal Arts. Course Titles: Learning Psychology, Applied Psychology, Human Sexuality, Human Development. Cognitive Psychology, Psychological Testing and Assessment and Gerontology.

July 2006-2009
Assistant Professor of Psychology, Delta State University, Department of Psychology and Counseling Psychology. Course Titles: Educational Psychology, Psychology of Learning, and Advanced General Psychology.

January 2002-2005
Instructor, East Mississippi Community College — Mayhew, MS. Course Title: Human Growth and Development (EPY 2513-01, EPY 2513-01, EPY 2513-03). Course Description: Human development with special attention to biosocial, cognitive, and psychosocial development.

August 2003-2005
Instructor, East Mississippi Community College — Macon, MS. Course Title: Human Growth and Development (EPY 2513-01). Course Description: Human development with special attention to biosocial, cognitive, and psychosocial development.

August 2004-2005
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Special Education, Mississippi State University. Course Title: Human Growth and Development (EPY 2513-01, EPY 2513-02). Course Description: Human development with special attention to biosocial, cognitive, and psychosocial development.

August 2003-August 2004
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Special Education, Mississippi State University. Course Title: Educational and Psychological Statistics (EPY 8214 Lab). Course Description: Advanced statistical analysis for graduate students on SPSS software.

August 2003-August 2004
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Special Education, Mississippi State University. Course Title: Educational and Psychological Statistics (EPY 6214 Lab). Course Description: An introduction to statistical analysis for graduate students on SPSS software.

January 2002-May 2003
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Special Education, Mississippi State University. Course Title: Educational and Psychological Statistics (EPY 4214 Lab-01, EPY 4214 Lab-02). Course Description: An introduction to statistical analysis for undergraduate students on SPSS software.