“I strongly believe that collaboration, experience, and application are key to fostering lifelong learning. It is my hope that my approach to teaching prepares students for life after academia-in turn, I value each student's contribution to my own development as an instructor.”
Jodi Rusch-Blahnik, Ph.D.
- PSYC 1001 General Psychology
- PSYC 3101 Developmental Psychology: Conception through Adolescence
- PSYC 3120 Developmental Psychology: Adulthood and Aging
- PSYC 3401 Abnormal Psychology
- PSYC 3501 Theories of Personality
- PSYC 3701 Principles of Psychological Testing
- PSYC 4801 History and Systems of Psychology
- PRST 3501 Clinical Assessment: Developing and Evaluating a Psychological Test
- Marquette University, Ph.D. and M.S.
- Carroll College, B.S.
- Counselor, Counseling Center, Marquette University
- Adjunct Instructor, Marquette University, College of Professional Studies
- American Psychological Association
- National Psi Chi Organization
- College counseling/mental health
- College student development
- Institutional assessment and learning outcomes
Presentations and Publications
- de St. Aubin, e. and Rusch Blahnik, J. (2008). Manresa project review: Information to enhance teaching and learning (Volume 3, Issue 1) Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Marquette University.
- de St. Aubin, E. and Rusch Blahnik, J. Vocation, values, and the Marquette student: A MANRESA discussion. Faculty development seminar presented at Marquette University, December 2008.
- McCarthy, M. and Rusch Blahnik, J. Think Method: "What have we really learned from our student outcomes assessment efforts?" Inservice presented at Marquette University Division of Student Affairs, Milwaukee, WI, November 2007.
- de St. Aubin, E., Rusch Blahnik, J. and Lucas, V. (2007, February 21). Ways of thinking about thinking styles. PsycCRITQUES-Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books, 52 (No 8).