Associate Professor of Psychology
Samuel Mather 411
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Dana Krieg joined the Kenyon faculty in 2001 after receiving her doctoral degree in Developmental Psychology from Loyola University Chicago. As a graduate student, she taught at Loyola and the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. During that time, she coordinated a violence prevention project for the Cabrini Green Youth Program.
Krieg teaches courses related to child and adolescent development and quantitative research methods. Her research focuses on transitions along the developmental path. She is particularly interested in the transition from high school to work or college, emerging adulthood, parenting, and the development of family over the course of young adulthood. She has recently published in Early Child Research Quarterly, Parenting: Science and Practice, Journal of Early Adolescence, Journal of Educational Psychology, and Genetic, Social, and General Psychology Monographs.
Krieg encourages students to apply their knowledge of psychology to practical settings. She teaches a service learning course (Psychology in Context) and is the faculty advisor to the Off-Campus Activities Program in Psychology (OAPP). She is married to Brian Krieg, an engineer, and they have have four children, Sabrina, Nathan, Isabel, and Lydia. They are all devoted fans of the Chicago Cubs and Cincinnati Bearcats.
Areas of Expertise
Social and cognitive development, late adolescence and emerging adulthood, parenting practices
Ph.D. Loyola University of Chicago
M.A. Roosevelt University
B.A. University of Cincinnati
PSYC 200 Statistical Analyses in Psychology
PSYC 323 Child Development
PSYC 348 Adolescence
PSYC 350 Psychology in Context
PSYC 421 Research Methods in Developmental Psychology