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1 John D. Murray, Ph.D. Dean, College of Arts and Sciences Professor of Psychology Indiana State University PERSONAL DATA Business College of Arts and Sciences Stalker Hall, 2 nd Floor Indiana State University Terre Haute, IN EDUCATION Postdoctoral, ( ) Psychology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst Primary focus: Psychology of Language; Supervisor: Professor Jerome L. Myers Ph.D., (1989) Psychology, University of California, Santa Barbara Primary focus: Cognitive Psychology; Dissertation Director: Professor Roberta L. Klatzky B.A., (with Honors) (1984), Psychology (major), Mathematics (minor) Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, Indiana State University (7/1/2010 Present) Responsibilities: Serve as the chief academic, administrative and fiscal officer of the largest college at Indiana State, serving 3600 undergraduate student majors and supervising approximately 200 full time tenured and tenure-track faculty members (270 total faculty FTE). Directly supervise 15 department chairpersons and 4 program coordinators, along with 9 professional staff members, and two associate deans. Responsible for the curricula associated with 32 academic majors (41 minors), 25 master s degree programs, and 5 doctoral degree programs. Responsible for the delivery of all academic and administrative services of the college, which includes the generation and revision of curricula, academic policies, academic advisement, scheduling, and academic program integrity. Responsible for all faculty hiring and evaluation. Consult with all levels of college faculty governance. Oversee the college budget of approximately $20.8M and play a lead role in fundraising for the college (expectations are that percent of my time spent in fundraising). At the institution level, serve on the Provost s Advisory Council and the President s Council. Brief list of Accomplishments: Plans for student success created for every department New Tenure and Promotion Guidelines drafted with faculty task force. Approval expected, fall 2014

2 New academic department (Multi-disciplinary Studies) formed through faculty workgroup. Approval expected by College Governance fall 2014 Student Media unit added to the college. Includes two radio stations, student newspaper (the Statesman), and Sycamore Video. College Advancement (Fundraising) Board initiated Secured two endowed professorships College Diversity Plan completed and approved, fall 2013 Community Semester (town-gown project) launched in Spring Over 4000 participants each year. Strategic Plan written and approved by College governance Teaching load guidelines established at college level and at department level College magazine (Via Solaris) launched New academic programs launched: General Studies (Fall 2014); Arts Management (in progress); Human Health (in progress) Chair, Department of Psychology, Georgia Southern University ( ) Responsibilities: Provided leadership for academic unit with sixteen tenure track faculty, one temporary instructor and two full-time staff members. Also provided administrative oversight for the Regents Center for Learning Disorders (RCLD) and Psychology Clinic. Oversaw curriculum for undergraduate, M.S., and Psy.D. programs in psychology. Oversaw, allocated and managed annual budget of $1.41M. Developed donors and fundraising activities. Recommend to the Dean all faculty personnel actions including appointments, promotion, tenure, dismissal, merit raises and post-tenure review. Provided orientation and mentoring to new and continuing faculty. Facilitated faculty participation in professional development activities. Appointed Department committees and representatives from Department to College and University committees. Conducted annual evaluations of faculty and staff. Convened and chair regular department meetings. Represent department at Dean s Council. Organize faculty searches and recruit new faculty. Schedule classes and make teaching assignments. Oversaw outcomes-based assessment for department programs, curricula and courses. Approved all purchasing card purchases and authorize all purchase requisitions. Oversaw advisement of all psychology undergraduate majors, minors, and graduate students. Accomplishments: Faculty and Staff Recruitment and Evaluation: Successfully hired nine tenure-track faculty members Created faculty evaluation rubric and successfully used in three rounds of evaluations Obtained one additional faculty line devoted to the Psy.D. program Led efforts to revise tenure and promotion guidelines. Obtained additional half-time secretary position Obtained full-time Clinical Coordinator position Strategic Planning: Page 2 of 16

3 Led effort to administratively conjoin the Regents Center for Learning Disorders (RCLD) with the Psychology Department; two units successfully joined 2005 Established RCLD as practicum site focused on intellectual assessment for Psy.D. program Developed plan for graduate recruitment; increased enrollment of MS program by 100% between 2005 and 2007 Conducted four fall faculty retreats, where yearly departmental goals and long term vision established Establish a Departmental Advisory (Fundraising) Board. Established two new Departmental foundation accounts (one for Undergraduate/Graduate Research Activities; the other for the Psychology Clinic) Developed new fundraising strategy, resulting in increased revenue generation for General Departmental and Student Research accounts Advocated for new location for Psychology Clinic. Provost approval granted in Spring, Engaged in state-wide recruitment effort for MS and Psy.D. graduate programs resulting in 100 percent increase in enrollment for M.S. program; two cohorts admitted in Psy.D. program. (Psy D program is now accredited by American Psychological Association). Program and Curriculum development: Created, submitted, and gained approval of proposal for new Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) degree program to upper administration and University System Board of Regents (BOR) (now accredited). Prepared self-study of Psy.D. program for review by National Register. Program granted Designated Status as of July 2009 (for 3 years). Developed programmatic outcomes for B.S., B.A., M.S., and Psy.D. degree programs Developed assessment plan for all degree programs Facilitated addition of an optional teaching component for M.S. program Trained as a Site Visitor with the American Psychological Association, so as to increase department s knowledge of accreditation process and requirements; Three Site Visits conducted (Fall 2007; Spring 2008; Fall 2008) Developed international connection between Psychology Department and Huazhong Normal University (Wuhan, P.R.China). Initial visit May Resulted in 1-year visit by Chinese research scholar (Dr. Gong Shao-Ying). Faculty collaborations established; student exchanges encouraged Revised B.A. and B.S. curriculum resulting in dismantling of B.A. program and significant revision of B.S. program. (New curriculum begins Fall 2009) Established undergraduate Peer-Mentoring Center to assist students enrolled in Statistics and Research Methods courses and Advisement. Departmental Outreach: Established Psychology Clinic to serve as in-house practicum site and to serve adults in Bulloch and surrounding rural Georgia counties Page 3 of 16

4 Facilitated a departmentally-sponsored workshop for area high school psychology teachers; workshop held Spring 2006 Served as Rural Health Coordinator for Georgia Psychological Association Departmental Grant Activities: Oversaw submission of a number of external grants on behalf of the psychology department, mostly pertaining to enhancing undergraduate education. Secured student tech-fee funds to create a 20-station computer laboratory for use by Psychology students. Secured approximately $9100 to fund an undergraduate peer-mentoring center to increase undergraduate Retention, Progression, and Graduation (Fall 2007) Administrative Supervisor, Regents Center for Learning Disorders (RCLD), Georgia Southern University ( ) Responsibilities: Oversaw and evaluated RCLD Director, served as primary liaison between the RCLD and Psychology Department, hired/fired all doctoral staff; provided support, guidance, and consultation to Director on matters of personnel, RCLD/university relations, conduct annual evaluations of Director, oversee annual budget of $623,000, represent RCLD at BOR level in absence of Director Accomplishments: Successful hire of three doctoral level staff members (Director, Licensed Psychologist, Liaison) Successfully advocated for significant salary increase for licensed psychologist position Facilitated move of RCLD from temporary quarters to permanent office space. Represented interests of RCLD to Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences and Provost/VPAA in monthly meetings Supported and facilitated significant increase in Center s research activities. Facilitated research project with Dr. Meng Deng of China Normal University and RCLD Helped initiate and facilitated the setup of an RCLD practicum site with psychology department graduate students Administrative Supervisor, Georgia Southern Psychology Clinic ( ) Responsibilities: Oversaw and evaluated clinic director; secure clinic space and other resources associated with the delivery of client services; allocate budget to clinic director; oversee role of clinic in Psy.D. curriculum Accomplishments: Facilitated development of proposal to initiate the Georgia Southern Psychology Clinic Obtained a budget line for the clinic (and PsyD program), which includes two benefitted positions (a secretary and a Clinic Coordinator). Made successful hires for these positions. Secured new (temporary) location for clinic and have negotiated for permanent location. Page 4 of 16

5 Chair, Psychology Advisory Committee, University System of Georgia ( ) Responsibilities: Created agenda and presided over annual meeting of the Psychology Advisory Committee (PAC); Represented all psychology departments in matters of undergraduate curriculum to the University System of Georgia Board of Regents (USG BOR); Responded to needs from the Office of the BOR concerning psychology curriculum. Accomplishments: Obtained permanent budget line for a second full-time Administrative Secretary Obtained permanent budget line for a full-time, undergraduate Academic Advisor Updated membership list of PAC, and had it posted on USG Board of Regents website. Presented a draft of undergraduate curriculum changes to Board of Regents for approval. Coordinated logistics for 2007 annual meeting (Savannah, GA January 2007) Chaired 2008 annual meeting (Atlanta, February 2008) Rural Health Coordinator, Georgia Psychological Association (GPA) (2007 present) Responsibilities: represented the interests of psychologists (clinical and experimental) that practice or work in rural areas of Georgia; facilitated the development of psychology practice in rural areas. Accomplishments: Set up network of rural psychologists in Georgia Connected Pineland Mental Health (PMH), mental health center for 8-county area in SE Georgia, with Department of Psychology at Georgia Southern University Facilitated connection between PMH and the National Health Service Corps; Assisted the PMH Director in offering 2 full-time clinical psychologist positions that provide student loan repayment (up to $50,000 for a two-year commitment) Obtained workshop presenters for Continuing Education workshop on Rural Practice (to be done via WebX) Made presentation to Psychology interns at Medical College of Georgia, related to rural mental health and service delivery (June 19, 2008) Regular presenter on Rural Mental Health at GPA conferences (for Continuing Education Credits) FACULTY POSITIONS Professor, Psychology (with tenure), (2010-current) Indiana State University Professor, Psychology, ( ) Georgia Southern University Associate Professor (with tenure), ( ) Georgia Southern University Visiting Assistant Professor, ( ) Georgia Institute of Technology (sabbatical) Assistant Professor, ( ), Georgia Southern University Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology, ( ), University of Florida Page 5 of 16

6 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU), Becoming a Provost Academy (BAPA), , participant. Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences (CCAS) workshop (Director), Workshop for New Department Chairs, San Diego, CA, October 5-8, Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences (CCAS) workshop (co-director), Workshop for New Department Chairs, Indianapolis, IN July 11-13, Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences (CCAS) workshop (participant), MOOCS are the Least of Your Worries; What deans should consider about distributed education, Long Beach, CA, March 14-15, Institute for Management and Leadership in Higher Education (MLE), Harvard University Graduate School of Education, June 17-29, Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences (CCAS) workshop (participant), Measuring Workload Productivity, Cincinnati, OH, March American Council on Education (ACE) workshop (participant), Leading, Managing, Supporting, and Navigating Change. Chicago, IL, July Academic Chairpersons Conference (presenter), Orlando, FL, February 6, Georgia Southern University New (and Newer) Chairs Workshop, (consultant), Georgia Southern University, Faculty Learning Community for Department Chairs (group facilitator), Academic Chairpersons Conference (presenter), Orlando, FL, February 8, Georgia Southern University New (and Newer) Chairs Workshop, (participant), Reinvention Center, SUNY Stonybrook, (participant). Transforming the Culture: Undergraduate Education and Multiple Functions, Washington DC, November 9-10, American Council on Education (ACE) Department Chair Workshop (participant), Chairing the Academic Department. Washington, DC, July, University System of Georgia Faculty Development Program (participant), Georgia Institute of Technology, September, 1998 through June PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences (CCAS) American Psychological Association (APA) Association for Psychological Science (APS) RESEARCH INTERESTS Cognitive Psychology; Psycholinguistics; Discourse processing; Knowledge, Data, and Databases (KDD) as it relates to human information processing; Leadership in higher education. Page 6 of 16

7 PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS Publications related to Leadership: Murray, J.D. (2009). Perceived effectiveness and being internally versus externally hired. The Department Chair, 19 (4), Murray, J. D. (2008). Internally vs. Externally Hired: Does it Make a Difference for a New Chairperson. Published in the proceedings of the 2008 Academic Chairpersons Conference, IDEA Center, Kansas State University. Murray, J. D. (2007). Managing temporary faculty, The Department Chair, 17 (4), Murray, J. D. (2007). Temporary faculty and the Academic Department. Published in the proceedings of the 2007 Academic Chairpersons Conference, IDEA Center, Kansas State University. Refereed Journal Articles: McIntosh, W. D., Murray, J. D., Murray, R. M., & Manian, S. (2006). Sexual humor in Hollywood films: Influences of social and economic threat on the desirability of male and female characteristics. Mass Communication and Society, 9, Murray, J. D. & Engle, R. W. (2005). Accessibility of situation model information during reading: Memory-based processing versus here-and-now accounts. Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied, 139, Murray, J. D., Spadafore, J. A., & McIntosh, W. D. (2005). Belief in a just world and social perception: Evidence for automatic activation. Journal of Social Psychology, 145, McIntosh, W.D., Murray, J. D., Murray, R. M., & Manian, S. (2003). What s so funny about a poke in the eye? The prevalence of violence in comedy film and its relation to social and economic threat in the US, , Mass Communication and Society, 6, Murray, J. D., & Burke, K. A. (2003). Activation and encoding of predictive inferences: The role of reading skill, Discourse Processes, 35, McIntosh, W., Murray, R. M., Murray, J. D., & Sabia, D. (2003). Are the liberal good in Hollywood? An examination of politics in film: , Communication Reports, 16, Klin, C. M., Murray, J. D., Levine, W. H., & Guzman, A. E. (1999). Forward inferences: From activation to long-term memory. Discourse Processes, 27, Page 7 of 16

8 Murray, J. D. & McGlone, C. (1997). Topic overviews and the processing of topic structure. Journal of Educational Psychology, 89, Murray, J. D. (1997). Connectives and narrative text: The role of continuity. Memory and Cognition, 25, Murray, J. D., Klin, C. M., & Myers, J. L. (1993). Forward inferences in narrative text. Journal of Memory and Language, 32, Goldman, S. R. & Murray, J. D. (1992). Knowledge of connectors as cohesion devices in text: A comparative study of native English and ESL speakers. Journal of Educational Psychology, 84, Andersen, S. M., Klatzky, R. L., & Murray, J. (1990). Traits and social stereotypes: Efficiency differences in social information processing. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 59, Murray, J., Iding, M., Farris, H., & Revlin, R. (1987). Sample size salience and statistical inference. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 25, Book Chapters Sevinc, M., Locker, L., & Murray, J.D. (2009). Automation vs. Human Intervention: Is There Any Room Left for the Analyst in the Data Mining Process? In Handbook of Research on Knowledge-Intensive Organizations, D. Jemielniak & J. Kozminski (Eds.).IGI Global Publishers, pp Murray, J. D., Case, T. L., & Gardiner, A. B. (2005). Knowledge creation in inquiring organizations using KDD: Re-focusing research on the analyst (Chapter VII), Inquiring Organizations: Moving from Knowledge Management to Wisdom, in J. Courtney, J. Haynes, & D. Paradice. Hershey, PA. Idea Group Publishing, pp Murray, J. D. (1994). Logical connectives and local coherence. In R.F. Lorch, Jr. & E.J. O Brien (Eds.) Sources of Cohesion in Reading. Hillsdale, NJ: LEA. Book Reviews Murray, J.D. (2008). Review of Connecting Non-full time faculty to Institutional Mission, by Leora Baron-Nixon. The Department Chair, 18, Murray, J. D. (2000). A good representation of representation construction. Review of The Construction of Mental Representation During Reading, H. van Oostendorp & S.R. Goldman (Eds.), LEA Publishers, Book review for Applied Cognitive Psychology, 14/5, Page 8 of 16

9 Murray, J. D. (2000). A comprehensive view of language processing. Review of Language and its Normal Processing, by Vivien C. Tartter, Sage Publications, Book review for Contemporary Psychology, 45, Other miscellaneous publications Murray, J.D. (2009). Delivering psychological services in rural areas, The National Psychologist, 18 (4), 13. Murray, J. D. (2004). Assembling an introduction: Teaching the organization of an APA-style introduction. Psychology Teacher Network, 14 (3), Murray, J. D., & Case, T. L. (2003). The Human Side of Data Mining and KDD: Using Cognitive Psychology to Re-center KDD Research and Identify New Avenues for Research. Proceedings, Southern Association for Information Systems, March 2003, pp Murray, J. D. (2001). Accompanying website to C. Tavris and C. Wade s, Psychology in Perspective (3 rd edition), Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall Publishers. Murray, J. D., & Wilson, J. H. (1998). Can a psychology club be combined with a Psi Chi chapter? Eye on Psi Chi, 3, PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS Locker, L, Hazamy, A, & Murray, J.D. (2008). Investigating phonological neighborhood as a function of adult reading ability. Presented at the annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society, November 14, Chicago, IL. Murray, J.D. (2008). Rural mental health: Context, service-delivery models, and implications for practice. Three-hour CEU workshop delivered at Fall meeting of the Georgia Psychological Association, September 27, Atlanta, GA. Murray, J. D. & Feldt, P. B. (2008). Delivering psychological services in rural areas. Grand rounds presentation at the Medical College of Georgia, psychology and psychiatry residents, June 19, Augusta, GA. Murray, J.D. (2008). Delivering psychological services in rural areas. Presented at the annual meeting of the Georgia Psychological Association, May 30, Jekyll Island, GA. Murray, J. D. (2008). Internally vs. externally hired: Does it make a difference for a new chairperson? Presented at the Academic Chairpersons Conference, February 6, Orlando, FL. Murray, J. D. (2007). Temporary faculty and the academic department. Presented at the Academic Chairpersons Conference, February 8, Orlando, FL. Page 9 of 16

10 Simpkins, B. G., & Murray, J. D. (2005). Logical connectives and local coherence in expository text. Presented at the annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Society, April 7, Nashville, TN. Raney, G. E., Murray, J. D., Obeidallah,S. R., & Daniel, F. (2004). Practice and selfevaluation influence metacomprehension accuracy. Presented at the annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society, November 19, Minneapolis, MN. Spadafore, J. A., Murray, J. D., & McIntosh, W. D. (2004). Belief in a just world and social perception: Evidence for automatic activation. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, August x. Honolulu, HI. Cantey, A. L. & Murray, J. D. (2004). Encoding flexibility of social categories in impression formation. Presented at the annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, April 30. Chicago, IL. Murray, J. D., & Raney, G. E. (2003). Does metacomprehension practice influence passage comprehension and confidence? Presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Society, May 30. Atlanta, GA. Cantey, A. & Murray, J. D. (2003). Traits and stereotypes in the construction of situation models. Presented at the annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, May 9. Chicago, IL. Burke, K. A., & Murray, J. D. (2003). An opponent and time pressure in risky naturalistic decision making. Presented at the annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, March 28. New Orleans, LA. Murray, J. D., & Case, T. L. (2003). The human side of data mining and KDD: Using cognitive psychology to re-center KDD research and identify new avenues for research. Presented at the annual meeting of the Southern Association for Information Systems, March 7. Savannah, GA. Raney, G. E., & Murray, J. D., (2002). Metacomprehension accuracy can improve with practice. Presented at the annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society, November 24. Kansas City, MO. Murray, J. D., & Burke, K. A. (2002). Predictive inferences and reading skill: Off-line assessment of encoding. Presented at the annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association. March 23. Orlando, FL. Burke, K. A., & Murray, J. D. (2001). The influence of an opponent in risky naturalistic decision making. Presented at the annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society. November 17. Orlando, FL. Page 10 of 16

11 Murray, J. D. (2001). Predictive inferences in narrative text: The role of reading ability. Invited colloquium speaker, Department of Psychology, University of South Carolina. April 13. Murray, J. D. (2000). Updating a Mental Model: On-Line Accessibility of Backgrounded Information. Presented at the summer meeting of the Society for Text and Discourse. July 20. Lyon, France. Murray, J. D. (2000). Inferences in Narrative Text: The Influence of Working Memory Load. Presented at the annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association. March 30. New Orleans, LA. Murray, J. D. & Engle, R. W. (1999). Updating a Situation Model: The Influence of Working Memory Span. Presented at the annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society. November 20, Los Angeles, CA. Murray, J. D. (1999). Updating Mental Models in Reading. Colloquium speaker for Psychology Graduate Colloquium Series, Department of Psychology, Georgia Southern University. September 27. Murray, J. D. (1999). Doing Undergraduate Research. Presented at a Psi Chi panel discussion on Research by Undergraduates: Doing it, Presenting it, and Publishing it. (Janie Wilson, organizer) at the annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association. March 21. Savannah, GA. Schwegler, A. F., Sherwin, E., Murray, J., & McIntosh, W. D. (1998). Hope, self-esteem and aggressive reactions to an ego-threat. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, March 28, Mobile, AL. Murray, J. D. (1998). Individual differences in the generation of forward inferences. Presented at the annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society. November 19, Dallas, TX. Murray, J. D. (1998). Predictive inferences and reading skill. Presented at the annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association. March 28, Mobile, AL. Murray, J. D. (1998). Predictive inferences and on-line processing resources. Presented at the annual meeting of the North Carolina Cognition Group. March 7, Duke University, Durham, NC. Murray, J. D. (1997). Topic overviews and the access of topic information. Presented at the annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society. November 20, Philadelphia, PA. Guzman, A. E., Levine, W. H., Klin, C. M., & Murray, J. D. (1997). A comparison of two types of forward inferences. Presented at the annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society. November 21, Philadelphia, PA. Page 11 of 16

12 Murray, J. D. (1997). Use of overview information on expository text processing. Paper presented at symposium on The Role of Memory in Language Comprehension, (Gary Raney, organizer) at the annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association. April 12, Washington, DC. Murray, J. D. (1996). Forward inferences and narrative text: The role of working memory. Presented at the annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society. Chicago, IL. Murray, J. D., & McGlone, C. (1995). Topic structure information facilitates expository text processing. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Society. June 30, New York, NY. Murray, J. D. (1995). Are forward inferences fleeting? Presented at the annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association. May 4, Chicago, IL. Murray, J. D. (1994). Logical connectives and coherence: A matter of constraints? Invited colloquium speaker, Department of Psychology, University of South Carolina. November 18. Murray, J. D. & Fleeman, J. (1994). Expository text processing: The influence of topic preview. Presented at the annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society. St. Louis, MO. Murray, J. D. (1994). Logical connectives and narrative text. Invited colloquium speaker, Department of Psychology, Emory University. March 2. Murray, J. D. (1993). Logical connectives and narrative text: The effects of incorrect connectives. Presented at the annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society. Washington, DC. Murray, J. D. (1992). The role of logical connectives in the processing of coherent discourse. Presented at the annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society. St. Louis, MO. Murray, J. D., Klin, C. M., & Myers, J. L. (1991). Forward inferences about specific events during reading. Presented at the annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society. San Francisco, CA. Murray, J. D. (1990). Traits and social stereotypes: Differences in inter-attribute strength. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association. Boston, MA. Murray, J., Klatzky, R. L., & Andersen, S. M. (1987). Traits and social stereotypes: Efficiency differences in social information-processing. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association. New York, NY. Page 12 of 16

13 GRANTS Obtained as Department Chair Peer-Mentorship in Undergraduate Psychology (2007). Retention, Progression, and Graduation Grant Competition, Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Georgia Southern University. Amount Awarded: $9045. Doctoral Training in Rural Mental Health in Canada and the United States: Practices, Perspectives, and Collaborations (2007). With J. Pugh and V. DeRoma (Co-PIs). International Council of Canadian Studies. Declined. Research-related: Illness Attribution: Implications for Coping, Quality of Life and Intervention (2004). Co-PI with J. Fraser and R. M. Murray. Armstrong-Atlantic State University Research and Scholarship Grants, Competition. $2, The Influence of Trait and Stereotype Descriptors on Situation Model Construction (2002). Faculty research grant competition, Georgia Southern University. Amount awarded: $1, Predictive Inferences and Narrative Text: Exploring the Role of Reading Ability (2000). Faculty research grant competition, Georgia Southern University. Amount awarded: $1, Predictive Inferences and Narrative Text: The Role of Reading Ability (2000). Faculty research stipend competition, Georgia Southern University. Amount awarded: $4, Predictive Inferences and Reading Skill (1996). Faculty research fellowship, Georgia Southern University. Amount awarded: $1, Predictive Inferences and Narrative Text Processing (1994). Small grants program, The Spencer Foundation. Amount awarded: $12, Teaching-related: The Teaching of Critical Thinking Skills in a Cognitive Psychology Course (March, 2000). ORTP Instructional Research Award sponsored by The Society for the Teaching of Psychology (Division 2, APA). Amount awarded: $1, Computer Laboratory for Undergraduate Research Courses in Psychology (July, 1996). National Science Foundation Instrument and Laboratory Improvement Program, Co-PI with Richard Rogers & Janice N. Steirn. DUE , Amount awarded: $18, Page 13 of 16

14 Instructional Improvement Grant (1988). University of California, Santa Barbara. Awarded for the development of an activities manual for use in a laboratory course in human learning. Amount awarded: $1, TEACHING EXPERIENCE Undergraduate Courses Introductory Psychology Cognitive Psychology Experimental Cognitive Psychology (with laboratory) Senior Research (with laboratory) Research Methods in Psychology (with laboratory) Psychology of Language Critical Thinking in Daily Life (year-long seminar for the GSU Bell-Honors program) Research Experience (individual arrangement) Graduate Courses Advanced Cognitive Psychology Research Seminar Research Experience (individual arrangement) Development of Original Research (individual arrangement) Advanced Directed Study (individual arrangement) MASTER S THESES DIRECTED Simpkins, B. (2005). Connectives and Causal Relatedness in Expository Text (Student Outcome: enrolled in PhD program at Wright State University) Meeks, J. T. (2004). Maintaining Religious and Scientific Beliefs Through Cognitive Complexity (Student Outcome: enrolled in PhD program at University of Georgia Cantey, A. L. (2003). Encoding Flexibility of Social Categories in Impression Formation (Student Outcome: currently has successful career as Statistical Consultant) Burke, K. A. (2002). The Influence of an Opponent1 and Time Pressure in Risky Naturalistic Decision Making (Student Outcome: enrolled in PhD program at University of Central Florida) Salter, R. S. (1998). Group Routines and Social Loafing: Is Performance Motivation Stored as Procedural Memory? (Student Outcome: enrolled in PhD program at Auburn University) Biskner, J. A. (1995). Automatic Processing of Stereotypes in African-Americans and Caucasians (Student Outcome: enrolled in PhD program at University of Virginia) Page 14 of 16

15 PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ACTIVITIES Board of Directors (Rural Coordinator), Georgia Psychological Association Ambassador, National Health Service Corps Site Visitor, American Psychological Association Commission on Accreditation (averaging two site visits per year) Reviewed manuscripts for the following journals: Discourse Processes Journal of Educational Psychology Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition Journal of Memory and Language Language and Cognitive Processes Memory and Cognition Invited on-site reviewer: Grant Proposals: National Science Foundation, Division of Undergraduate Education July, 1996; February, 1997 Graduate Research Fellowships: National Science Foundation, February, 2007 Reviewed proposals for annual meeting of the following organizations: Society for Text and Discourse American Educational Research Association Eastern Psychological Association; Southeastern Psychological Association SERVICE ACTIVITIES As Department Chair College-level Service (CLASS = College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences) Member: CLASS Dean s Advisory Council ( ) Chair: CLASS Curriculum Committee (2007-present) Chair: A Day for Southern fundraiser (2007) Chair: United Way Campaign (2007) Member: Afternoon of the Arts fundraiser committee (2006) University-level Service Commencement Marshal (on-going) Member: Graduate Dean Search Committee (2007) Member: Comprehensive Program Review Task Force (2009) As a Faculty Member Departmental Service (* denotes that I served as chair for at least one year) Page 15 of 16

16 Departmental representative for A Day for Southern university fundraiser Departmental representative for United Way. *Experimental Graduate Committee Graduate Recruitment Committee *Honors Committee Co-Advisor for Psi Chi/Psychology Coalition (undergrad organization) Research Methods Sequence Committee *Faculty Search Committees *Undergraduate Curriculum Committee Roles and Rewards Committee College-level Service *CLASS Task Force on Student Retention CLASS Tenure Committee Research Award Planning Committee CLASS Dean s Search Committee University-level Service Academic Affairs Comprehensive Program Review Task Force Banner Marshal (Commencement) Faculty Advisor to Phi Eta Sigma (Freshmen Honorary) Faculty Senate (alternate) Graduate Committee (alternative) Undergraduate Curriculum Committee Institutional Review Board Steering committee, Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Honorary State-level Service Academic Advisory Committee, University System of Georgia ( ) (Chair for ) Rural Health Coordinator, Georgia Psychological Association ( ) Community-level Service (Board Memberships) Arts Illiana (Terre Haute community arts organization). Board Member (2012- present) United Way of Wabash Valley. Board Member (2014-present) Page 16 of 16

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