2020 Summer SEMESTER PART-TIME INSTRUCTORS
|Laura Gabel, M.A.||Morgan Rogers-Carter, Ph.D.|
|Elliott Jardin, Ph.D.||Maria Rowlett, M.A.|
Laura Gabel, M.A.
Laura Gabel has been a part-time instructor in the School Psychology Program at Cleveland State University since 2008. She is a school psychologist in the Cleveland Metropolitan School District where she works providing services to urban students. Mrs. Gabel has trained hundreds of school psychologists in the National Association of School Psychologists PREPaRE school safety and crisis preparedness curriculum. Mrs. Gabel has been active in professional organizations previously serving as president of the Cleveland Association of School Psychologists. She has held many roles on the Ohio School Psychologists Association Executive Board, including Public Relations Chair, Regional Representative and most currently, Membership Chair. Mrs. Gabel has received the Ohio School Psychologists Association Crisis Award, The Cleveland School Psychologist of the Year Award and The Ohio School Psychologist of the year award. She has had many interns and practicum students from Cleveland State and Kent State Universities. Mrs. Gabel is a passionate advocate and mentor for those school psychologists new to the field.
Elliott Jardin, Ph.D.
Elliott Jardin completed his B.S. in Psychology at Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon and completed his M.A. in Psychology at Cleveland State University. In addition to teaching classes, he is completing his dissertation to fulfill the final requirements for a Ph.D. degree in Adult Development and Aging. His research is in the field of Cognitive Aging, with a focus in affective neuroscience, memory, attention and Chiari Malformations.
Morgan Rogers-Carter, Ph.D.
Dr. Rogers-Carter received her B.S. in Neuroscience from Baldwin-Wallace University in 2014 and her Ph.D. in Behavioral Neuroscience from Boston College in 2019. She is a graduate of the collegiate teaching apprenticeship program at BC and was named a graduate fellow of the National Science Foundation from 2015-2018. She is currently a postdoctoral research fellow at Case Western Reserve University where she studies the physiological basis of sensory processing in the cortex, and is broadly interested in understanding the neural circuits implicated in autism and schizophrenia.
Maria Rowlett, M.A.
Maria has been a part-time instructor at Cleveland State University since August of 2008. Maria specializes in the area of survey/questionnaire construction, statistical analysis, research design and interpretation, as well as report writing. She brings expertise based on academic research and professional experience. Maria has published numerous journal articles in the Behavioral Sciences, and has supervised many students in the completion of research projects, journal articles, theses, and dissertations. She has also been selected as a disciplinary mentor for the McNairs Scholar Program numerous times. In addition, Maria has been involved in project-based data coding, analysis and summarization for presentation to clients for a mid-west based research company serving for profit and not-for-profit companies.
Extensive research experience on Job Satisfaction, Vocational Interests, Time Perception, and Personality. Additional skills include survey questionnaire construction, scoring, report writing, and data analysis.
PSY 217/317: Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences
PSY 312: Research Methods
PSY 412: Psychology Lab
PSY 415: Evaluating Psychological Research
Midwest Psychological Association
Recent Professional Presentation:
“Time Perception and Personality.” Midwest Psychological Association (Chicago, IL; May, 2015).