NTT Assistant Professor, Psychological Sciences Department
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Why I chose WOUSmall Liberal Arts University with a focus on quality instruction.
At WOU since09/16/1999
HobbiesCitizen Review Board Member for Oregon Judicial Department's Child Welfare and Child Dependency; Sexual Assault Response Advocate for Marion County District Attorney's Office; dance; and, yoga.
HometownToronto, Ontario CANADA
Favorite book/movieMovie: "Terms of Endearment"
|10:00 - 12:00 am||Online 10:00 - 1:00|
Course scheduleFall 2019
|11679||PSY336||INTRO TO FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY||-||ONLINE CRS|
|10025||PSY349||INTRO TO BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION||-||ONLINE CRS|
|10008||PSY201||GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY||MW 0800-0950||ACKER 139|
|10310||PSY201||GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY||TR 1200-1350||BELL 110B|
Simon Fraser University, 1999 Ph.D. Educational Psychology, Education
University of Toronto, 1993 M.A. Cognitive Science, Applied Psychology
University of Western Ontario, 1991 B.A. (Honors) Psychology
Sep 17 – Present
Adjunct Assistant Professor in Psychology Department at
Portland State University
Sep 15 – Present
Academic Advising in Psychological Sciences Department,
Behavioral Sciences Division at Western Oregon University
Sep 99 – Present
NTT Assistant Professor in Psychological Sciences Department, Behavioral Sciences Division & School of Education at Western Oregon University
Sep 10 – Dec 10 & Jan 09 – March 09
Adjunct Professor in Psychology Department at Chemeketa Community College, Salem Campus
Mar 03 – Jun 07
Fitness Instructor at the Courthouse Athletic Club, Salem, OR
Sep 05 – Jun 06
Instructor in Division of Extended Programs at Chemeketa Community College, Salem Campus
Sep 96 – Aug 98
Instructor in Psychology Department at Auburn University Montgomery, Montgomery, Alabama
Sep 94 – Apr 95
Teaching Assistant for undergraduate course “Introduction to Educational Psychology” Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, Canada
Sep 92 – Dec 92
Instructor for “Psychology Core Concepts” at Sheridan College, Ontario, Canada
Jan 89 – Aug 91
Instructor for the Dance program at the University of Western Ontario, Faculty Part-Time & Continuing Education, Ontario, Canada.
Sep 90 – Apr 91
Teaching Assistant at the University of Western Ontario, Ontario, Canada
Awards and honors
Outstanding Professor of 2016, Psychology Department, Behavioral Sciences Division (Western Oregon University)
Graduate courses taught
Cognition and Instruction
Learning and Memory for Instruction
Adolescent Development for Educators
Secondary Learning and Development
Middle Level Learning
Theories of Teaching and Learning
Undergraduate courses taught
General Psychology, 201 & 202
Foundations of Educational Psychology
Introduction to Research Methods
Psychology of Human Relations
Advanced Forensic Psychology
Publications and Presentations
Powell, T. (2012) A Change in National Identity: Who am I? A Multiplicity of Selves. Paper submitted for publication.
Powell, T. (2011). The Bed & Breakfast: Psychological Freedom of Being and Abandonment. In M. Itkonen, I. Aravot & P. Majkut (Eds.), Hyperborean Wind: reflections on design and the city, pp. 279-285. Finland: Jyvaskyla University Printing House.
Dalke-Powell, T. (2010). Dancing the dance: authentic engagement in a created self or execution of practiced skill. In P. Majkut & A.J.L. Carrillo Canan (Eds.), Phenomenology and Media: An Anthology of Essays from GLIMPSE, Publication for The Society for Phenomenology and Media, 1999-2008, pp. 95 -105. Bucharest: ZETA books.
Dalke-Powell, T. (2010) Deception in the air: rational cognitive survival. In P. Majkut & A.J.L. Carrillo Canan (Eds.), Deception: Essays from the OUTIS Project on Deception, Society for Phenomenology and Media (pp. 101-112). Bucharest: ZETA books.
Powell, T. (2007/2008). Deception of self, GLIMPSE: The Society for Phenomenology and Media, Vol.(9/10), 90-96.
Dalke, T. P. (2006). Dancing the dance: authentic engagement in a created self or execution of practiced skill. GLIMPSE: The Society for Phenomenology and Media, Vol.(8), 23-27.
Dalke, T. P. (2005). Yoga as the medium: applications to educational theory and practice, GLIMPSE: The Society for Phenomenology and Media, Vol.(7), 33-39.
Powell-Ulveland, T. (1999). Assuming new selves: Rewriting the self in recovered memory psychotherapy. Dissertation. Simon Fraser University.
Powell, T. (1993). Jealousy: The struggle between emotion and reason. Thesis. University of Toronto.
2015 Oregon Judicial Department — Citizen Review Board Advisory Board member
2014 Oregon Judicial Department — Citizen Review Board member
2011-2012 The Society for Phenomenology and Media – Advisory Board Member
2005–2006 The Society for Phenomenology and Media – Member
1996-2000 American Psychological Association – Student Affiliate
1996-1997 False Memory Syndrome Foundation – Member
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