Katherine Navarre

Psychology

Office: 145 Jeter Hall
Phone: 715/232-2670
Email: navarrek@uwstout.edu

Education

Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas
Doctorate of Philosophy in Curriculum/Instruction and Policy Studies, 1997

University of Wisconsin-River Falls, Wisconsin
Master's Degree in Elementary Education 1986

University of Wisconsin-Stout, Menomonie, WI
Bachelors of Arts in Psychology 1984

Research Interests

  • GI Bill of Rights: The Effect of GI Bill of Rights for the State of Wisconsin: Interviewing Veteran of World War II
  • The Implications of FERPA for College Students in the University of Wisconsin System: Advising Issues
  • Topics: Sexual harassment in schools and issues in teacher education

Courses Taught

2007-present

Undergraduate Courses
  • General Psychology
  • Interpersonal Effectiveness Training
  • Psychology of Sex and Gender
  • Psychology of Adjustment
Graduate Courses
  • Psychology of the Adult Learner

Selected Presentations and Publications

"Integrating Language Arts Activities with Reading Programs" invited speaker at National Conference, Early Childhood Education Conference. Menomonie, WI

"Preparing Future Teachers." Presented at the Student Wisconsin Education Association University of Wisconsin Stout

"Building Better Public Relationships with the University." Delta Theta Sigma. University of Wisconsin River Falls

Navarre, K. Book Review. Journal of  National Academic Advising Association, NACADA. Sexual Harassment as an Ethical Issue in  Academic Life, Leslie Pickering Francis. (2006) Issue 26 (1)