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Eva V. Krieg

Title: Associate Professor Adjunct
Office: 710D Old Chemistry Building
Tel: 513-556-1950
Email: eva.krieg@uc.edu

Professor Eva V. Krieg's background is in Psychology (PhD. from the University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon., and in Education (PhD. from the National University of San Marcos, Lima, Peru.
Her research interests are in the pedagogical language teaching of foreign languages and psychology using collaborative metholology and computerize teaching and its effects in motivation and learning. Her other area of interest is in educational neuroscience research (brain function) in monolingual and bilingual students (Spanish-English) and its application to education.
 

Education

  • PhD, University of Oregon, Eugene,Oregon, 1977 (Educational Psychology & Organizaitonal Behavior).
  • MA, Universty of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon, 1975 (Organizational Psychology and Organizational and Training Development).
  • BA, National University of San Marcos, Lima, Peru, 1970 (Psychology).
  • PhD, National University of San Marcos, Lima, Peru, 1967 (Education ).
  • MA, National University of San Marcos, Lima, Peru, 1966 (Education).
  • BA, National University of San Marcos, Lima, Peru, 1965 (Education).

Honors & Awards

  • Truman T. Scholar Medal, 2013. Award to faculty who demonstrated dedication in teaching and students development..
  • Faculty Recognition Award, 2007. Award for Promoting Faculty/Student Relations.
  • Faculty Recognition, Unversiity of Cincinnati, Clermont College, 2007. Award for Promoting Faculty/Student Relations.
  • Faculty Recognition, University of Cincinnati, Clermont College, 1998 to 1999. Award for Promoting Good Student/Faculty Relations. University of Cincinnati, Clermont College.
  • Humphrey North-South Fellowship (Fulbright Scholar),, 1985 to 1986. Fellowship to do post-doctoral study at the University of Minnesota and Texas Tech University..
  • Fulbright Scholarship, United States Government, 1974 to 1977. Study at the University of Oregon, Eugene. Received MA and PhD.

Experience & Service

Service

  • Discussant, University of Cincinnati Department of Romance Language and Literatures 11-2009 to Present