Dr. Elizabeth Siemanowski
Associate Professor of Psychology
Why I Teach:"I teach because I love learning about ideas. I strive to share a wide range of ideas with my students and to assist them to develop the skills to communicate and critically evaluate their own and others’ ideas."
Ph.D., Psychology, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University
M.S., Psychology, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University
B.A., Psychology, Marietta College
Area(s) of Research:
- Self-regulation, procrastination, and self-efficacy in college students.
- Canine Behavior, domestication related behavioral aberrations, and dog –human Interactions.
- Influence of color on stereotyping, mood, and behavior.
Papers and Presentations:
- Siemanowski, E.G. Procrastination and Academic Self-Regulation. Paper/workshop presented on data- driven intervention strategies to address procrastination in academic settings. Student Support Services, Delaware Technical and Community College, Dover, DE, November 11, 2009.
- Siemanowski, E.G. Overcoming procrastination: A route to academic and professional success. Paper/workshop presented on facilitating self-regulated learning in college students. 33rd Annual MEAEOPP (Mid-Eastern Association of Educational Opportunity Program Personnel) Conference, Virginia Beach, VA, March 30, 2009.
- Siemanowski, E.G., Stephens, C.B & McDermott, C. College: The real deal. Paper presented on a strategy for students to self-assess their college readiness as part of a panel presentation. First Annual Delaware School-to-Life Transition Conference, Dover, DE, April 2008.
PY100 Introduction to Psychology
PY201 Educational Psychology
PY208 Child & Adolescent Psychology
PY301 Psychology of Personality
PY317 History & Systems of Psychology
PY318 Developmental Psychopathology
PY327 Animal Behavior
PY405 Psychological Testing