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Susan A. Nolan, Ph.D.

Professor and Chair

Department of Psychology



Dr. Susan Nolan is a United Nations representative for the American Psychological Association.

Profile

I started my academic career at Seton Hall University in 1999 after receiving my Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at Northwestern University and completing my clinical internship through the Vanderbilt University/Nashville Department of Veterans Affairs Internship Consortium. Since arriving at Seton Hall, I've taught a range of courses, but particularly enjoy teaching Abnormal Psychology, International Psychology and Statistics. Over the years, I've explored engaging ways to teach statistics, and recently co-authored statistics textbooks, Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences (Worth, 2008) and Essentials of Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences (Worth, in press). I also have become increasingly involved in international psychology, developing a course on this topic at Seton Hall and serving as a United Nations representative for the American Psychological Association.

I am currently pursuing two lines of research, and welcome undergraduate and graduate student involvement in both. First, I am interested in perceptions of people with mental illness. Recent research examines the stigma associated with depression and anxiety and the ways in which gender plays a role in interpersonal interactions that involve a person with depression or anxiety. Second, with Seton Hall colleagues Dr. Janine Buckner and Dr. Cecilia Marzabadi, I also study the education and career trajectories of women and men pursuing professions in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields.

Education

  • Ph.D., Northwestern University, 1999
  • M.S., Northwestern University, 1996
  • A.B., College of the Holy Cross, 1990

Academic Distinctions

Selected Publications
  • Nolan, S. A., Pace, K., Iannelli, R. J., Palma, T. V., Pakalns, G. P. (2006). Faculty as a referral source for university counseling centers: An intervention. Journal of College Counseling, 9, 167-170.

Grants
  • Kuck, V. J., Nolan, S. A., Buckner, J. P.,  Marzabadi, C. H. (2003-2006). GDSE/RES Study of the Role of Gender in the Training and Career Paths of Women and Men in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). (HRD-0327904) Grant from the National Science Foundation.
  • Kuck, V. J., Marzabadi, C. H., Nolan, S. A., Buckner, J. P. (2003). Conference - Dissolving Disparity, Catalyzing Change: Are Women Achieving Equity in Chemistry? $14,478 grant (CHE-0341126) from the National Science Foundation.
  • Kuck, V. J., Buckner, J. A., Marzabadi, C. H., Nolan, S. A. (2002). The Training and Hiring of Chemical Scientists: A Study of Gender Inequities. Grant from the Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation.

Scholarship

Contact

Office Phone
(973) 761-9485

Email
susan.nolan@shu.edu

Office Location
Room 345
Jubilee Hall

 
 

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