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Joe Simons-Rudolph

Teaching Assistant Professor

Department of Psychology

Poe Hall 714C

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Bio

My research focuses on understanding how social, public and administrative policies influence individual behavior, health and well-being.  I have two foci in my current research.  The first area examines the development of masculinity among college men and strategies for promoting prosocial behavior and positive models of masculinity.  The other area is examining areas of curriculum and teaching to enhance student engagement and success in academics.  I primarily teach Undergraduate courses in three areas Research Methodology, Gender/Masculinity, and Community Psychology.

Education

Ph.D. Psychology in the Public Interest NC State University 2006

M.S. Mental Health Administration University of Alaska Anchorage 1996

Area(s) of Expertise

My research focuses on understanding how social, public and administrative policies influence individual behavior, health and well-being. I have two foci in my current research. The first area examines the development of masculinity among college men and strategies for promoting prosocial behavior and positive models of masculinity. The other area is examining areas of curriculum and teaching to enhance student engagement and success in academics.

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