Faculty & Staff Directory

Angeline Stuckey

campus
Office: Mahar 460
Phone: 315.312.3487
Email: angeline.stuckey@oswego.edu

 
Fall 2012 Class Schedule:
Course Number:  PSY 100-800 
Course Title:  Principles of Human Behavior  
Day(s):  Monday, Wednesday, Friday 
Time:  12:40-1:35 
Location:  Lanigan 101 

Course Number:  PSY 326-ON1 
Course Title:  Cross Cultural Topics:  Psychology of Race  
Day(s):  SLN WEB 
Time:
Location: 
 
Course Number:  PSY 326-ON2
Course Title:   Cross Cultural Topics:  Psychology of Race
Day(s):  SLN WEB
Time: 
Location:  
 
Fall 2012 Office Hours:
Days:  Monday, Wednesday, Friday                       
Time:  2:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Spring 2013 Class Schedule:
Course Number:  PSY 326-ON1
Course Title:  Cross Cultural Topics:  Psychology of Race
Lecture Day(s):  SLNWEB
Time: 
Location: 

Course Number: 
PSY 345-800
Course Title:  Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Lecture Day(s):  MWF
Time:  10:20-11:15
Location:  Lanigan 107

Course Number: 
PSY 441-800
Course Title:  Topics in Personality & Social Psych:  Theories in Personality
Lecture Day(s):  MWF
Time:  9:10-10:05
Location:   Mahar 119 

Spring 2013 Office Hours:
Day(s):  MWF      Time:  2:00-4:00

Research Interests:    Angeline Stuckey is an educational psychologist.  She specializes in survey research on determinants of human motivation (esteem, effiicacy, standards, interest, goal setting, determination, etc.) across a variety of contexts such as parenting, teaching, and student learning and within various populations such as adults, children and adolescents.  I am also interested in community psychology.

Professional Information:
Education:
Ed.D.: 
(2010) Educational Psychology, Northern Illinois University
M.A.: 
(1999) Developmental Psychology, Governors State University 
B.A.:  (1997) Psychology, Governors State University  

Professional Membership:
American Psychological Association
Mid-Western Educational Research Association
CounterAction.Org

Recent Papers and Publications:
Stuckey, A., Shumow, L. (2012).  Preservice Teachers' Personal Standards for Engaging Parents in their Children's Education:  Conceptualization & Impact of a Workshop, School Community Journal.
Stuckey, A., Shumow, L., (2012).  Knowledge of Parent Involvement and Preservice Teachers' Perceived Efficacy, Teaching Educational Psychology.