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Linda Messineo

    Professor, Psychology

CONTACT INFORMATION

Phone: 412.578.6472
Email: lrmessineo@carlow.edu

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CAREER SUMMARY

 
Continuing and current experience in under-graduate and graduate level university teaching, academic advising, curriculum design, inter-active on-line course design and implementation, educational research, preceded by 18 years of organizational and sales management, student services.

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS

 
Socio-Cultural Qualitative Approaches to Classroom and Adolescent/Adult Learning, with particular focus on Technology-Enhanced Instruction and Distance Learning, Patterns of Scientific Argumentation, Teaching and Advising Adult Learners, and Discourse Analysis.

EDUCATION

 
ABD Doctoral Candidate, University of Pittsburgh, Department of Psychology in Education
Summa Cum Laude Graduate, April 1998, University of Pittsburgh
Bachelor of Science; Major, Psychology
 

AWARDS AND HIGHLIGHTS 

 
2009 Recipient Carlow University School of Social Change, OUTSTANDING TEACHER
2006 Recipient, School of Education Student Research Grant
2003 Recipient, School of Education Faculty/Student Research Grant
2002 Recipient, Weinberger Family Fellowship
2001 Recipient, School of Education Faculty/Student Research Grant
2000 Recipient, School of Education Alumni Doctoral Fellowship
2000 Recipient, Pennsylvania Psychological Association Education Award
1998 Recipient, Emma W. Locke Memorial Award
1997-98 Recipient, American Association of University Women Scholarship
1998 Outstanding Senior of the Year, College of General Studies
1998 President, College of General Studies Student Government
1997-98 Chancellor’s Evening Scholar
 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE AND EXPERTISE

 
2000-2013 CARLOW UNIVERSITY
ADJUNCT ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, ACADEMIC ADVISOR (2002-2011)
 
Courses: Introduction to Psychology
Social Psychology
Cognitive Psychology
Research Methods for the Social Sciences
Human Growth and Life Span Development, Psychology of the Exceptional Learner
Adolescence and Aging
 
UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH
TEACHING FELLOW
 
Courses:Adolescent Psychology
Life Span Development
Introduction to Psychology
 
2009-2013 ONLINE INSTRUCTION:  
                  Chatham University & Carlow University
 
2009-2013 Shadyside Hospital UPMC School of Nursing, CHATHAM UNIV.
West Penn Hospital School of Nursing, CLARION UNIV.
UPMC-Mercy Hospital School of Nursing, CARLOW UNIV.
UPMC – St. Margaret’s School of Nursing, CHATHAM UNIV.
 
Talsma, V. L., Levin-Messineo, L., Seels, B., & Campbell, S. (2002). “Here, I'm Not Afraid To Admit What I Don't Know": Case Stories from a Collaborative Community of Learners. Preparing Teachers To Use Technology. ERIC ED468893 - eric.ed.gov