Dr. Kevin Woller

Dr. Kevin WollerDr. Kevin Woller is a Professor in the Department of Psycology and Sociology at Rogers State University.

Education

Ph.D., Counseling Psychology
Kent State University, Kent, OH

B.A., Psychology
University of Washington, Seattle, WA

A.A.
Bellevue Community College, Bellevue, WA

Professional Experience

Rogers State University, Claremore, OK:

2011-Present, Tenured Professor
2008-2011, Tenured Associate Professor
Primary responsibilities include teaching 5 undergraduate level Psychology, Community Counseling (CC), and Social & Behavioral Sciences (SBS) courses per semester; CC, Psychology, and SBS program and curriculum development, and student retention. Secondary responsibilities include academic and career advising, membership in a minimum of 3 university committees per year, service as an officer for the Faculty Senate, community outreach, and faculty advising of student organizations including the RSU Chapter of Psi Chi, the International Honor Society in Psychology, and Community Counseling and Psychology Student Association. Current research includes work on sleep disturbances, and ethnic similarities and differences.

2006-2008, Acting Department Head and Tenured Associate Professor
Primary responsibilities include program and curriculum development, departmental management and course scheduling, annual faculty reviews, annual tenure reviews, department and university assessment, budget planning and maintenance, teaching 3 undergraduate level Psychology, Social and Behavioral Sciences, and Community Counseling courses per semester, and student retention. Secondary responsibilities included academic and career advising, personnel management, ex-officio membership on all departmental committees, membership on the Academic Council, and faculty advising of student organizations including the RSU Chapter of Psi Chi, the National Honor Society in Psychology.

2004-2006, Tenured Associate Professor
2000-2004, Assistant Professor
Primary responsibilities included teaching 4 undergraduate level Psychology and Social & Behavioral Sciences (SBS) courses per semester, SBS program and curriculum development, College Orientation program and curriculum development, and student retention. Secondary responsibilities included academic and career advising, membership in a minimum of 5 university committees per year, community outreach, and faculty advising of student organizations including the RSU Chapter of Psi Chi, the National Honor Society in Psychology.

Louisiana State University at Alexandria, Alexandria, LA:

1999-2000, Assistant Professor
1997-1999, Instructor
Primary responsibilities included teaching 5 undergraduate level psychology courses per semester, curriculum development, and coordination of student volunteer activities. Secondary responsibilities included academic and career advising, membership in a minimum of 5 university committees per year, and community outreach.

1996-1997, Acting Assistant Professor
Primary responsibilities included teaching 3 undergraduate and graduate level psychology courses per quarter, program and curriculum development for the Ph.D. counseling psychology program, and supervision of M.A. level counselors in training. Secondary responsibilities included undergraduate advising and membership in several university committees.

Arlington School District, Arlington, WA:

1995-1996, Evaluation Consultant, Special Programs Division