PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

  • St. Norbert College, De Pere, WI  [March 2017 – Present]
    • Research Analyst
      • Prepare, initiate, and implement surveys and other data collection and research efforts
      • Assist with and support program and personnel evaluation, course and instructor evaluation, and mission-driven and strategic planning initiatives.
      • Assist in development and updating of the institutional Fact Book; office website and news blog; web-based query tools (interactive data visualizations and dashboards via Tableau), infographics; and reports.
      • Refine research questions, construct datasets, conduct statistical analyses, summarize research findings, and prepare reports and presentations in support of requests from various units on campus and of accreditation efforts.
      • Support faculty, staff, student, and collaborative scholarly research efforts.
  • University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND [Fall 2012 – Spring 2017]
    • Graduate Teaching Assistant
      • Instructor of record for upper and lower level undergraduate psychology courses (course development, teaching, working with students in groups and one-on-one)
      • Instruct labs, proctor exams, grade assignments/papers/exams, the served as assistant to the served as assistant to the served as the assistant for the Forensic Psychology Program Director, Dr. Douglas Peters, from Summer 2013- Spring 2014 and to Dr. Cheryl Terrance, Summer 2015 – Spring 2017
  • Northland Community and Technical College, East Grand Forks, MN [Fall 2015, Fall 2016]
    • Adjunct Instructor
      • Course development, teaching, working with students in groups and one -on -one
  • Marion House, Green Bay, Wisconsin [January 2008-July 2012]
    • Program Manager, Marion House Transitional Living Apartments (December 2009-July 2012)
      • Oversaw day to day operations of a transitional living program
      • Case-managed up to 8 residents, who were single mothers
      • Developed and followed through with aftercare plans for former residents
      • Developed a new data tracking system to better track individual and program level statistics
      • Wrote and submitted yearly grant reapplications and biannual summary reports to comply with federal grant requirements for a Transitional Living Program/Maternity Group Home grant
      • Developed and maintained collaborative relationships with community resources
      • Responsible for interviewing, hiring, training, and supervising interns, work-study placements, and AmeriCorps volunteers
    • Case Manager, Marion House Group Home (June 2008-December 2009)
      • Worked with pregnant and mothering adolescents and their children
      • Simultaneously case-managed and coordinated care and programming for up to 2 residents
      • Supervised up to eight residents and monitor the care of their children
    • Intern (unpaid), Marion House Group Home (January 2008 – May 2008)
      • Designed and created brochures to help recruit new volunteers and increase awareness
      • Redesigned old intake forms, resident portfolios, and completed miscellaneous paperwork
      • Assisted case-managers with programming and reports

 

EDUCATION

  • Doctor of Philosophy, Experimental/General Psychology [August 2017]
    • University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, North Dakota
      • Dissertation: Attributions of blame and responsibility in a case of nonconsensual pornography
      • Walker Award—Fall 2016
  • Master of Science, Forensic Psychology [August 2014]
    • University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, North Dakota
      • Thesis: The impact of transgenerational child sexual abuse and victim-perpetrator relationship in a case of child sexual abuse.
  • Bachelor of Science Psychology and Human Development [May 2008]
    • University of Wisconsin—Green Bay, Green Bay, Wisconsin
      • Nominated for the University Leadership Award, Spring 2008
      • Research Assistant (January 2008 – May 2008)
        • Assisted a professor with research regarding children’s language acquisition
        • Wrote up proposal for the Institutional Review Board
        • Scheduled appointment for parents
        • Conducted experiments designed to measure language on children
        • Quickly developed good rapport with parent and child

 

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Excellent research skills.
    • Strong literature review skills
    • Survey and experimental design experience (Proficient with Qualtrics, MTurk, Survey Monkey, Sona Systems)
    • Experience with statistical quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods projects, including data analysis and interpretation (SPSS and AMOS proficient, some experience with Lisrel, R)
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Experience presenting and disseminating research
  • Supervisory and mentoring experience
  • Hard worker, committed to meeting deadlines and timely for work
  • Organized, attentive to detail, and very conscientious
  • Learn quickly and dedicated to keeping up with advancements within the field
  • Data visualization (Tableau)
  • Experience with usability research.

 

PUBLICATIONS:

  • Uhl, C. A., Rhyner, K. J., Terrance, C. A., & Lugo, N. R. (2018). An examination of nonconsensual pornography websites. Feminism & Psychology, 28(1), 50-68.
  • Rhyner, K. J., Uhl, C. A., & Terrance, C. A. (2018). Are teens being unfairly punished? Applying the dual systems model of adolescent risk-taking to sexting among adolescents. Youth Justice, 18(1), 52-66.
  • Uhl, C. A., Rhyner, K. J., Terrance, C. A., & Plumm, K. M. (2017). Perceptions of stalking: The influence of threat level and victim response. Violence & Victims, 32(2).

֍ ֍ ֍ References and complete publication/research history available upon request. ֍ ֍ ֍

Skills

  • content analysis
  • data visualization
  • disseminating research
  • experimental design
  • literature review
  • mixed methods research
  • MTurk
  • publications
  • qualitative analysis
  • Qualtrics
  • quantitative analysis
  • Research
  • Sona
  • statistical methods
  • survey design
  • Tableau
  • usability research

Education

August 2014-August 2017

PhD-Experimental/General Psychology at University of North Dakota

Dissertation: Attributions of blame and responsibility in a case of nonconsensual pornography

Walker Award—Fall 2016

August 2012-August 2014

MS-Forensic Psychology at University of North Dakota

Thesis: The impact of transgenerational child sexual abuse and victim-perpetrator relationship in a case of child sexual abuse

September 2004-May 2008

BS, Psychology, Human Development at University of Wisconsin-Green Bay

Nominated for the University Leadership Award, Spring 2008

Research Assistant (January 2008 – May 2008)

  • Updated 2 years ago

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