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Dr. Lynn Bartels

Dr. Lynn Bartels became Faculty Development Director in 2012. She coordinates faculty development workshops, conferences, book clubs, Midweek Mentor and other faculty development activities. She is an Associate Professor of Psychology and the recipient of the Psychology Department's Psi Chi Outstanding Faculty Award. She received her bachelor's degree in Psychology from Ripon College and her master's degree and doctorate in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of Akron. At SIUE, she has served in a variety of roles including Graduate Program Director, Peer Consultant, School of Education Faculty Development Committee Member and Associate Department Chair.

She teaches courses in Industrial/Organizational Psychology at the undergraduate and master's levels. Her research interests include employee selection and development and scholarship of teaching. Based on the scientist-practitioner model of psychology, her courses involve the integration of research, theory and application. Most graduate courses include a service learning project working with area non-profit organizations.

If you would like to discuss faculty development at SIUE, contact Lynn Bartels at

Scholarship of Teaching Publications

Nordstrom, C.R., Bartels, L.K., & Bucy, J.E. (2009). Predicting and curbing classroom incivility in higher education. College Student Journal, 43, 74-85.

Bartels, L.K., Nordstrom, C.R. & Koski, J.A. (2006). Using a structured interview demonstration to explore psychometric issues. Teaching of Psychology, 33(1), 64-65.

Bartels, L.K., Macan, T., Gutting, B., Lemming, M., & McCrea, R. (2005). Teaching the practitioner side of the Scientist-Practitioner Model. The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, 42(3), 59-66.

Bommer, W.H., Rubin, R.S., & Bartels, L.K. (2005). Assessing the unassessable: Interpersonal and managerial skills. Assessment of Student Learning in Business Schools: Best Practices Each Step of the Way. K. Martell & T. Calderon (Eds.). 1, 103-129. Tallahassee, FL: The Association for Institutional Research and AACSB International.

Bartels, L.K., Bommer, W. & Rubin, R.S. (2000). Student performance in assessment centers vs. traditional classroom evaluation techniques. Journal of Education for Business, 75(4), 198-201.

Bartels, L.K. (2000). AACE Test Development Handguide - Writing multiple choice questions. Cost Engineering, 42(8), 32-34.

Bartels, L.K. (1999). Establishing a service learning partnership. Compact Update, 8(1), 2-4.

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