Megan Bode, Summer 2012, Research Methods and Statistics
Megan Bode is originally from Troy. She got her undergraduate degree from SIUE and received a Bachelor's of Art in Psychology in May 2010. Megan returned to SIUE in the fall of 2011 and started in the Clinical Child and School Psychology program. She is on the School Psychology track and will graduate with her specialist degree in 2014.
Kathi Schroeder, Fall 2012-Spring 2013, Research Design and Inference I and II
Kathi Schroeder is a 2nd year graduate student in the Clinical Adult psychology program. Her clinical areas of interest include stigma, severe mental illness, and criminally mentally ill individuals. She received a Bachelor of Science in psychology from SIUE also. After graduating from SIUE, she plans to earn a doctorate degree in Clinical or Forensic psychology in order to pursue a career working within prisons.
Amy Quarton, Summer 2011, Psychology of Gender
Amy Quarton is a 1st year graduate student in the Industrial/Organizational psychology program. Her research interests include the work-family conflict, job satisfaction, & selection. She received a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from the University of Illinois Springfield. After graduating from SIUE, she plans to earn a doctorate degree in I/O psychology in order to pursue a career as a professor and practitioner of I/O psychology.
Karla Atchison, Summer 2011, Research Methods and Statistics
Karla Atchison is originally from Edwardsville. She got her undergraduate degree from Eastern Illinois University and received a Bachelor's of Art in Psychology. Karla came to SIUE in the fall of 2011 and started in the Clinical Child and School Psychology program. She is on the School Psychology track and will graduate with her specialist degree in 2013.
Sarah Bailey, Fall 2011-Spring 2012, Social Psychology
Sarah graduated from SIUE's Industrial-Organizational Psychology program SIUE in 2012. Her thesis work focuses on why decision makers choose women for difficult leadership positions, known by researchers as "the glass cliff." Her research interests also include influences on ethical decision-making, work-family conflict, gender roles, and counterproductive work behaviors that relate to workplace incivility. She is currently pursuing her doctorate in I/O psychology at Northern Illinois University to continue a career in research and academics. When Sarah is not busy being a graduate student, she enjoys reading fiction, bicycling, cooking and baking, and visiting her Chicago hometown. Visit Sarah Bailey's Web Page
Lyndsey Evans, Spring 2012, Social Psychology
Lyndsey Evans is majoring in Psychology, with a minor in Speech Communication. She is graduating Summer '13 and is planning to move to Boston for graduate school. Her educational goals are to receive a Master's Degree in School Psychology. In her spare time, Lyndsey likes shopping, playing with her adorable Pomeranian, and watching The Office, which has recently gone down the drain due to the lack of Steve Carrell.
Jordan Blackhurst, Spring 2013, Social Psychology
Jordan Blackhurst is a senior graduating in May 2013. Jordan is majoring in Psychology with a minor in Women’s Studies. After graduation Jordan hopes to attend an I/O graduate program to obtain her Master’s degree and eventually her Ph.D. Jordan is interested in issues involving gender bias in the workplace. Jordan is currently an intern at Psychological Associates and the Treasurer of SIUE’s Psychology Club. Outside of class Jordan enjoys reading and going to the gym.
Dr. Nadler enjoys working with both graduate and, in exceptional cases, undergraduate teaching assistants. Please feel free to contact Dr. Nadler if you are interested in serving as a teaching assistant for one of his undergraduate classes (Research Methods and Statistics, Social Psychology, Industrial / Organizational Psychology, or Psychology of Gender).