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Professional Experience

 

Centro de Investigação e Intervenção Social (CIS), ISCTE-Instituto Universitário de Lisboa. Science Management and Communication Coordinator. 11/2016-present.

• Disseminate information about research being completed and its implications

• Form and enhance research networks to improve breadth and depth of research with organization

 

Global-MINDS Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree Programme Grant, ISCTE-Instituto Universitário de Lisboa. European Administrative Coordinator. 11/2016-present.

• Administrate European Union funded Master Degree Program with five consortium member Universities across continental Europe, accepting ~30 students per year.

• Manage finances and budgeting, publicity, website, application processes, student selection and admissions processes, student enrollment and administrative support, consortium communication

 

Centro de Investigação e Intervenção Social (CIS), ISCTE-Instituto Universitário de Lisboa. Research Scientist. 09/2009-11/2016.

• Designed, conducted, and wrote research studies and manuscripts, including building Qualtrics surveys and E-prime programs, and analyzing data in SPSS, AMOS, SAS, MPlus and R

• Supervised undergraduate research assistants, graduate and post-doctoral research projects

• Wrote and served as principle investigator and team member on research grants

• Managed externally funded research projects, including coordinating research, supervising staff, and writing reports

• Served on PhD and Master’s student thesis defense committees

• Taught undergraduate and graduate courses

• Tested new research software as team member on FCT grant “FlashDMDX: A web experimentation tool for response latency measurement” (#PTDC/PSI-PSO/101366/2008), awarded to Thomas Schubert

 

Indiana University, Bloomington. Post-doctoral research associate on NSF Grant #BCS0527249 awarded to Eliot R. Smith. 08/06-12/08.

• Designed, conducted, and wrote research studies and manuscripts, including programming in E-prime, MediaLab, and Python and analyzing data with SAS, SPSS and JMP

• Managed lab: coordinated, mentored, and supervised graduate students and undergraduate research assistants

 

University of Kansas. Gradate research assistant on NIMH R01 grant awarded to Monica R. Biernat. 08/01-05/04.

• Designed, conducted, and collaborated on research studies including programming in Authorware, MediaLab, and DirectRT and analyzing data with SAS and SPSS

• Managed lab: selected, coordinated and supervised undergraduate research assistants

 

Education Development Center. Technology assistant II. Waltham, MA.  06/95–12/99.

• Designed on-line surveys, databases and websites; evaluated on-line communities

• Involved in preparation of grant proposals

 

Education Development Center, Center for Children and TechnologyResearch assistant on NSF grant awarded to Jan Hawkins & Allan Collins. New York, NY. 06/92–08/94, 05/91-08/91. 

• Collaborated on the creation and validation of an assessment rubric for project based high school math and science courses. Performed statistical data analyses using SPSS, and qualitative data analyses of classroom video, teacher interviews, and teacher comments.

• Evaluated continuing education class through class observation and student interviews.

 

 

Teaching Experience

 

Intercultural Communication. Lecturer (with Pawel Boski). Master in Psychology of Intercultural Relations, ISCTE-Instituto Universitário de Lisboa. Fall, 2016.

• Cooperatively prepared and delivered syllabus, lectures and assignments for 32-student class

 

Publication Ethics. Seminar presenter and co-presenter (with Sven Waldzus). 3 hour seminar. PhD in Psychology, ISCTE-Instituto Universitário de LisboaFeb. 25, 2016; Feb. 20, 2014.

• Cooperatively presented and facilitated discussion for ~25-student PhD seminar

 

Basic Concepts in Human Interaction, Relations and Groups. Lecturer (with Miriam Rosa). Master in Psychology of Intercultural Relations, ISCTE-Instituto Universitário de Lisboa. Fall, 2015.

• Cooperatively prepared and delivered syllabus, lectures and assignments for 14-student class

 

Culture and Social CognitionCourse Coordinator and Lecturer (with Thomas Schubert). Master in Psychology of Intercultural Relations, ISCTE-Instituto Universitário de Lisboa. May, 2014.

• Cooperatively prepared and delivered syllabus, lectures and assignments for 13-student class

 

Writing Grants and Papers. Seminar co-presenter (with Margarida Garrido). 6 hour seminar/ workshop. PhD in Psychology, ISCTE-Instituto Universitário de Lisboa. April 18 & 19, 2013.

• Cooperatively presented and facilitated discussion for 15-student PhD/Master seminar

 

Competencia Academica II (Advanced Research Methods). Laboratory instructor (with Patrícia Arriaga). Licenciatura/Bachelors in Social and Organizational Psychology, ISCTE-Instituto Universitário de Lisboa. Winter/Spring 2012.

• Taught laboratory sections of course (two 20-student sections) and supervised research projects

 

Epistemologia e Pencimento Critico (Epistemology and Critical Thinking)Lecturer for Critical Thinking unit. Licenciatura/Bachelors in Social and Organizational Psychology, ISCTE-Instituto Universitário de Lisboa. Winter/Spring 2011.

• Co-taught class: prepared and delivered syllabus, lectures, assignments and exams for two 40-student class sections

 

Social PsychologyLecturer. Bachelors in Psychology, Indiana University, Bloomington. Fall, 2008; Graduate Assistant Instructor. Bachelors in Psychology, University of Kansas. Summer, 2004-Spring, 2005.

• Prepared and delivered syllabus, lectures, assignments and exams for 10-40 student classes

 

Introductory Psychology (neuroscience, cognitive, and social)Lecturer.  Bachelors in Psychology, Indiana University, Bloomington. Fall, 2008.

• Prepared and delivered syllabus, lectures, assignments and exams for ~200-student class

 

Statistical Methods in Psychology II. Graduate Teaching Assistant. PhD in Psychology, University of Kansas. 01/06-05/06.

• Taught SAS to first year graduate students in weekly lab sessions and graded homework

 

Experimental Psychology: Social Behavior. Graduate Teaching Assistant. Bachelors in Psychology, University of Kansas. 8/05-12/05.

• Assisted students with statistics problem sets, experiment design, data analysis, and manuscript writing

 

Stereotyping and Prejudice Across CulturesGraduate Assistant Instructor. Bachelors in Psychology, University of Kansas. Degree: Bachelors in Psychology. Summer, 2005.

• Prepared and delivered syllabus, lectures, assignments and exams for 8-student class

 Graduate Teaching Assistant. Fall, 2000-Spring, 2001.

• Assisted in teaching, including lecturing one week, assignment creation and grading

 

Qualificações Académicas
Universidade/Instituição Tipo Curso Período
University of Kansas
Doutoramento Social Psychology 2006
University of Kansas
Mestrado Social Psychology 2002
Smith College
Bacharelato Experimental Psychology 1992
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