Sally L. Kuhlenschmidt

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Education

Teaching Experiences Administrative Positions

Professional Credentials

Clinical Experiences Activities
Professional Memberships Publications, Manuscripts, & Videotapes Sample of Seminars Offered

Honors and Awards

Symposia and Presentations

Professional Interests

Grant Activities Students
Selected Personal Training Experiences Selected Interviews & Image Credits return to vita index Select diamond to return to this index.

 

Contact Information

Professor of Psychology Director
Department of Psychology Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching
Western Kentucky University Western Kentucky University
Bowling Green, KY 42101 Bowling Green, KY 42101
E-mail address E-mail address
http://www.wku.edu/~sally.kuhlenschmidt/ http://www.wku.edu/teaching
  (270)745-6508
FAX: (270)745-6934 FAX: (270)745-6145

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Personal Development

Education

    Quality Matters Train the Trainer (qualifies me to do Peer Reviewer Training for the state.)   April-May 2010   Quality Matters Consortium
    Quality Matters Institutional Representative Training   September 2009   Quality Matters Consortium
8 Contact Hours   Quality Matters Peer Reviewer training   October 2006   Quality Matters Consortium
Certificate 87 Contact Hours   Distance Education Trainer   June 2005   State University of West Georgia
Certificate 87 Contact Hours
  Distance Education   December 2003   State University of West Georgia
Ph.D. Clinical Psychology (APA approved program) May 1986 Purdue University
Minors: Industrial/Organizational Psychology; Statistics
M.S. Clinical Psychology December 1982 Purdue University
B.S. Psychology, with high distinction May l980 Centre College
Minor: History

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Professional Credentials

Professor of Psychology, Graduate Faculty, WKU August 2000 to present
Associate Professor of Psychology, WKU August 1992 to August 2000
Assistant Professor of Psychology, WKU August 1986 to August 1992
Graduate Faculty Western Kentucky University
Licensed to Practice Psychology Kentucky, 1988 to present

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Professional Memberships

 

Association for Psychological Science 2001-present
American Psychological Association l983-2000
APA Division Two, Society for the Teaching of Psychology 1992-present
Professional & Organizational Development Network in Higher Education 1994 to present

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Honors and Awards

Robert J. Menges Award for Outstanding Research in Educational Development from the POD Network. See list of recipients.   October 2009
Bob Pierlioni Sprit of POD award from the POD Network   October 2009
Recognition Award in Innovation Award competition from the POD Network   October 2008
KYVU Online Excellence Award   May 2005
Recognition Award in Innovation Award competition from the POD Network   November 2004
WKU nominee for American Council on Education Fellowship February 1997
Bright Idea Award from the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education (POD Network) October 1995
David Ross Research Grant, Purdue University June 1985
National Institute of Mental Health Pre-doctoral Training Fellowship, Purdue University 1980
Phi Beta Kappa,Centre College 1979

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Professional Interests

  • Professional Training, particularly with regard to new technologies and organizational functioning
  • Adult Learning
  • Intellectual Assessment
  • Behavior Modification
  • Gerontology

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Selected Personal Training Experiences

  • Blackboard Exemplary Training, August 13-14, 2009
  • Critical Thinking program, Western Kentucky University, 2006-2010.
  • First Quality Matters conference: Achieving Quality Through Collaboration, June 7-9, 2009.
  • Web Research for Beginners online conference with international participation, June 22 - June 26, 2009, 10 hours.
  • Defusing Power Struggles, Nashville, TN, February 19, 2009
  • Developmental Education conference, Lexington, March 2006.
  • Photoshop, 2005
  • Academic Advising Academy, fall 2004
  • Collaborative Course Redesign, Lexington, KY, Spring 2004.
  • Trends and Scientific Approaches in Psychological Thinking. Psy 500. WKU, Bowling Green, KY. Spring 2004.
  • QPR Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Training, Bowling Green, KY, February 2004
  • Terror on Campuses, Bowling Green, KY, Spring 2003
  • Dreamweaver MX, Bowling Green, KY, June 2003.
  • Summer Institute on Technology and Faculty Development, Portland State University, Portland, OR, June 2000.
  • The Kentucky Conference on The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Effective Practices, Hebron, KY, May 2000.
  • Faculty Development Conferences for the Kentucky Commonwealth Virtual University, Louisville, KY, May,1999, November 1999.
  • Dreamweaver 3.0 Bowling Green, KY, May 2000.
  • Intellectual Property Conference, KCVU, Lexington, KY, April 13, 1999.
  • Technical Institute of Monterrey (ITESM), Mexico, Distance Learning program, May 12-13, 1999.
  • Fort Knox Armor School Distance Learning Briefing on the Master's equivalency degree: Armor Captains Career Course. May 27, 1999.
  • Mid-South Instructional Technology Conference, Murfreesboro, TN, April 6, 1998; March 28-30, 1999.
  • American Productivity and Quality Center study on Today's Teaching and Learning: Leveraging Technology. Participated as member through development and results. 1998, Oct, Nov.
  • Southern Regional Faculty Development Conference, Macon, GA, March 16-17, 1998.
  • Wayne Weitman. Myths of Psychology. Departmental colloquium, February 1998.
  • American Association for Higher Education Conference. Scholarship Reassessed, December 1997.
  • Kentucky Higher Education Computer Consortium, October, 1997.
  • Domestic Violence. State Board of Psychology. Bowling Green, KY Oct 7, 1997.
  • First Virtual Learning Conference, Denver, CO August 9-13, 1997.
  • Teaching and Learning Technology Roundtable, Phoenix, AZ, July 11-15, 1997.
  • AAHE Assessment Conference, Miami, FL June 11-14, 1997.
  • Clinical Topics in Psychology. Psy 500. WKU, Bowling Green, KY. Spring 1996.
  • Mathematics Conference ("A Taste of Statistics"), Bowling Green, KY, October 1995.
  • Advanced Training Skills for Supervisors. State Board of Psychology. Hopkinsville, KY. June 16, 1995.
  • Introduction to Educational Technology. Ed 445. Audited, Summer 1996.
  • Physiological Psychology: Neuropsychology. Psy 580. WKU, Bowling Green, KY. Spring, 1994.
  • American Disability Act Workshop, WKU, August, 1994.
  • How to Manage Conflict. (6 hours). Bowling Green, KY. December, 1993.
  • Mid-America Conference on the Teaching of Psychology. (15 hours) Evansville, IN. October, 1993.
  • KERA: Performance-Based Assessment. (6 hours). Elizabethtown, KY. May, 1991.
  • Families and School Avoidance Behavior. (2 hours). Bowling Green, KY. September, l990.
  • Intelligence: Theories and Practice. (15 hours). Memphis, TN. May, l990.
  • Behavioral, cognitive, and social manifestations of brain injury: A comprehensive approach to treatment. (7 hours). Bowling Green, KY. March, l990.
  • A Psychiatric Rehabilitation Training. (4 hours). Kentucky Department of Mental Health. Bowling Green, KY. November, l989.
  • Love and Sex in the 80's: Albert Ellis. (6 hours). Kentucky Psychological Association. Louisville, KY. October, l989.
  • Home-based Assessment of Troubled Children in Rural Settings. (2 hours). Lifeskills. Bowling Green, KY. August, l989.
  • Family Strengthening and Wellness: Satir Revisits. (6 hours). Kentucky Association for Specialists in Group Work. Louisville, KY. May, l987.
  • The Diagnosis and Treatment of the Emotionally Disturbed Child and Adolescent. (2 hours). Rivendell Children and Youth Center. Bowling Green, KY. November, l986.
  • Life After 50: Gerontology Workshop. (4 hours). Western Kentucky University. September, l986.
  • Spinal Cord Injury Workshop. (6 hours). Conducted by Irwin Moore of the St. Louis V.A. Regional Spinal Cord Injury Unit. September, l985.
  • Community Response to Violence. (6 hours). Indiana Crisis Resource Federation Workshop. Spring l984 meeting.
  • Post-traumatic Stress Disorder. (6 hours). Indiana Crisis Resource Federation Workshop. Fall l984 meeting.
  • Many Center for Teaching and Learning, technology, and administrative training workshops.

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