Dr. Sarah Torok-Gerard

Teaching Area(s): Psychology and Neuroscience

With respect to interesting curricula, in addition to integrating service-learning projects into my own courses, I served on the University’s General Education Task Force since its inception and continue to serve as a member of the Integrative Core Advisory Board.

Psychology Facilities and Equipment

The Mount Union Department of the Psychology is located on the second floor of recently renovated Tolerton and Hood Hall. The space was designed with student learning in mind.

There is a classroom dedicated for use by the department (T&H 201), a cognition laboratory (T&H 220), a social, developmental, and counseling laboratory suite (T&H 225-228), a neuroscience classroom (T&H 221), and a full suite of cognitive and behavioral science laboratories. In addition, there is generous social space with tables and soft seating for students to use to study, socialize and meet with faculty. This space is equipped for both wired and wireless access to the campus network.

 

Psychology Facilities

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