Dr. Egan-Kunicki is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at the Community College of Rhode Island (CCRI) since January 2017. She is currently a co-advisor of the Knight Campus Psychology Club. Additionally, Dr. Egan-Kunicki currently serves as a member of the APA Division 2 Society for the Teaching of Psychology’s Presidential Task Force on Re-Envisioning Intro Psych.
Prior to joining the faculty at CCRI, Dr. Egan-Kunicki previously worked at URI’s Office for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning in the Online Education office where she created resources for distance learning (DL) students and conducted data analyses on DL programs at URI. She also worked at URI’s Academic Enhancement Center where she gained experience in advising and one-on-one academic coaching with undergraduate students.
2016 - Ph.D. Psychology w/concentration in Behavioral Science
2014 - M.A. Psychology
2010 - B.A. Psychology & B.S. Sociology w/concentration in Criminology
University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI
Dr. Egan-Kunicki primarily instructs the following courses at CCRI:
PSYC 2010 - General Psychology
PSYC 2020 - Social Psychology
PSYC 2100 - Theories of Personality
Dr. Egan-Kunicki’s research interests are in the areas of social, personality, multicultural, and peace psychology. Her previous research has focused on examining different perceptions of violence and nonviolence, most recently in the areas of social exclusion and privilege. She is also a certified Kingian Nonviolence trainer with interests in furthering nonviolence and peace education to facilitate social change. As an educator, she has interests in the areas of distance/hybrid learning, metacognition, and experiential learning (specifically in helping students learn about and conduct psychological research).
Implicit and explicit social cognition; Social psychology; Nonviolence and peace psychology; Aggression and intergroup conflict; Experimental design; Research methodology and statistics
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