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Relevant Employment

Education

Formal Training and Professional Development

Teaching and Related Awards

  • Jane S. Halonen Teaching Excellence Award (Early Career), 2017, Society for the Teaching of Psychology (American Psychological Association, Division 2). $1500
  • Killam Teaching Prize, 2015, UBC Faculty of Arts. $5000
  • Robert E. Knox Master Teacher Award, 2014, UBC Psychology Department. $200
  • Nominee, 2014, UBC Equity Ambassadors International Women’s Day notable and inspirational women on campus.
  • Early Career Travel Award, 2013, Society for the Teaching of Psychology. $500
  • Tara Nash Award for Outstanding Service, 2009, UBC Psychology Department. $500
  • Killam Graduate Student Teaching Assistant Award, 2007, UBC Faculty of Arts. $1000
  • Demetrios Papageorgis Teaching Assistant Award, 2007, UBC Psychology Department

Courses Taught (total number of students since 2007 up to June 2019 = 7387)

  • PSYC 100, 101, 102 Introduction to Psychology (taught either as two one-term courses, or one 2-term course) (x 14; 4239 students)
  • PSYC 208 Special topics (Psychology in your life: How social psychology can help you succeed) (x 6; 751 students)
  • PSYC 217 Research Methods (x 20; 1569 students)
  • PSYC 218 Analysis of Behavioural Data (x 7; 634 students)
  • PSYC 325 Psychology of Self in Social Media (x 1; 102 students)
  • PSYC 417 Special Topics (Applied Psychology of Teaching and Learning) (x 1; 10 students)
  • PSYC 508 Teaching of Psychology (graduate) (x 2, 13 students)
  • Social Psychology (35 students at KPU)
  • Personality Psychology (35 students at KPU)

Books

  • Golding, J., Rawn, C. D., & Kern, K. (Eds.). (2019). Strategies for Teaching Large Classes Effectively in Higher Education. San Diego, CA: Cognella Academic Publishing.
    • Rawn, C. D., Ives, J., & Gilley, B. (2019). Two-Stage exams increase learning and laughter on exam day in classes of any size. In J. Golding, C. D. Rawn, & K. Kern (Eds.). Strategies for Effectively Teaching Large Classes in Higher Education. San Diego, CA: Cognella Academic Publishing.
  • Cozby, P. C. & Rawn, C. D. (2016). Methods in Behavioural Research, 2nd Canadian Edition. McGraw-Hill Ryerson: Toronto.
  • Cozby, P. C. & Rawn, C. D. (2012). Methods in Behavioural Research, 1st Canadian Edition. McGraw-Hill Ryerson: Toronto.

Refereed Publications

Undergraduate student co-authorGraduate student co-author

  • Rawn, C. D. & Fox, J. A. (2018). Understanding the work and perceptions of Teaching Focused Faculty in a changing academic landscape. Research in Higher Education, 59, 591-622. DOI: 10.1007/s11162-017-9479-6. Open access available from rdcu.be/wro5
  • Sandstrom, G. M. & Rawn, C. D. (2015). Embrace chattering students: They may be building community and interest in your class. Teaching of Psychology, 42, 227-233. 
  • Krieger, S., Allen, M., & Rawn, C. D. (2015). Are females disinclined to tinker in computer science? SIGCSE’15 Proceedings of the 46th Association for Computing Machinery, Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, 102-107.
  • Aspenlieder, E. A., & Rawn, C. D. (2014). STLHE Green Guide No 14. Teaching Graduate Students to Teach. London, Canada: Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.
  • McConnell, A., Dunn, E., Austin, S., & Rawn, C. D. (2011). Blind spots in the search for happiness: Implicit attitudes and nonverbal leakage predict affective forecasting errors. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 47, 628-634.
  • Rawn, C. D. (2011). Psychology in your life: How social psychology can help you succeed [Class syllabus]. Office of Teaching Resources in Psychology Project Syllabus. Retrieved from http://teachpsych.org/otrp/syllabi/?category=Social
  • Rawn, C. D., & Vohs, K. D. (2011). People Use Self-Control to Risk Personal Harm: An Intra-Interpersonal Dilemma. Personality and Social Psychology Review, 15, 267-289.
  • Mead, N. L., Baumeister, R. F., Stillman, T. F., Rawn, C. D., & Vohs, K. D. (2011). Social exclusion causes people to spend and consume strategically in the service of affiliation. Journal of Consumer Research, 37, 902-919.
  • Dar Nimrod, I.*, Rawn, C. D.*, Lehman, D. R., & Schwartz, B. (2009). The Maximization Paradox: The costs of seeking alternatives. Personality and Individual Differences, 46, 631-635. *First authorship equal and listed alphabetically.

Educational Leadership (Selected)

National and International

  • Academic Leader (September 2019 – February 2020). International Faculty Development Program for Teaching Excellence, Faculty of Education, University of British Columbia. See http://international.educ.ubc.ca/international-faculty-development-program-for-teaching-excellence/
  • Invited Keynote Address (28 January 2016). Teaching of Psychology Preconference at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology Annual Meeting. San Diego, CA. Title: How Would You Design a Social/Personality Psychology in Social Media Course? Bringing the Self into Focus.”
  • Invited Address (30 April 2015). Title: Collaborative Exams. Teaching Seminar conducted for the College of Arts and Sciences, University of Kentucky.
  • Teaching Graduate Students to Teach Conference, Co-Chair with E. Aspenlieder, May 13-14, 2013, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Invited Keynote Address (23 October 2011). Title: Why should any student care about my class? National Interuniversity Conference on Education, University of British Columbia delegation.

Institutional

  • Faculty of Arts Curriculum Committee, Chair, 2018-present.
  • UBC Instructor Network, Co-Founder and leading member of the Steering Committee, 2009-present. Chair, 2015-2016; 2017-2018.
  • Learning Technology User Committee, Chair, Office of the Vice-Provost and Associate Vice-President Academic Affairs; 2015/2016.
  • Faculty in Residence Speaker Series, Faculty Coordinator, Department of Student Housing and Hospitality Services, 2012/2013.

Departmental

  • Curriculum Committee, Chair, 2014-present. Led articulation of program outcomes and curriculum mapping. Planned curriculum renewal. Departmental COVID-19 reponse co-lead (March 2020-present).
  • Psyc 217 Research Methods Annual Poster Session, Founder (2010) and (Co-)Coordinator, annually 2010-2015.
  • TA Development Founder, Coordinator, and Facilitator, 2008-2015.

Research Fellowships and Teaching Grants

  • Enhancing PSYC 217 Research Methods for Psychology Majors, 2019-2020, UBC Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund. $20,872
  • Fostering peer learning and assessment skills, 2015-2016, UBC Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund. With PI P. Graf. $120,021 
  • Transforming large lectures through small group active learning sessions, 2015-2016, UBC Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund. With PI E. Dunn. $8495
  • Actively engaging students in large classes, 2014-2015, University of Kentucky, College of Arts and Sciences Office of the Dean (Teaching Workshop Series). With PI W. Gervais. $3000
  • The experience of tenure-track teaching faculty in Canada, 2014-2015, UBC Faculty of Arts Undergraduate Research Award. With CI J. Fox. $2000
  • Disciplinary reform in undergraduate psychology research methods textbooks, 2014-2015, UBC Faculty of Arts Undergraduate Research Award. $1000
  • Teaching Assistant Training Program Grant, 2014-2015, UBC Provost Office. $5160
  • Creating the Introductory Psychology Sustainability database to promote sustainability in the psychology curriculum, 2013-2014, UBC Sustainability Initiative. With CI K. Hamilton. $5000
  • Teaching Assistant Training Program Grant, 2013-2014, UBC Provost Office. $3920
  • Teaching Assistant Training Program Grant, 2012-2013, UBC Provost Office. $4475
  • Teaching Assistant Training Program Grant, 2011-2012, UBC Provost Office. $3440
  • Teaching Assistant Training Program Grant, 2010-2011, UBC Provost Office. $3438
  • i>clicker Loan Program, 2009-2010, UBC Faculty of Arts Equipment Fund. $500
  • Teaching Assistant Training Program Grant, 2009-2010, UBC Provost Office. $1944
  • Teaching Assistant Training Program Grant, 2008-2009, UBC Provost Office. $6243
  • Pacific Century Graduate Fellowship, 2008-2009, from the province of British Columbia. $10000
  • University Graduate Fellowship, 2008-2009, from UBC. $7000
  • Canada Graduate Scholarship Doctoral Award, 2005-2008, from Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. $105000
  • Post Graduate Scholarship – A, 2003-2005, from Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council. $35000

Other Publications

Professional Memberships

 

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