Dr. Danielle Geerling, Assistant Professor of Psychology
Dr. Geerling is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at St. Norbert College. She earned her Ph.D. in Social Psychology from the University of Utah in May 2020. Dr. Geerling teaches courses in social psychology, motivation, and research methods — and loves all her classes equally. Fun fact: Dr. G loves reality television and movie musicals!
Lexi Ballard, Research Assistant
Lauren Chiappetta, Research Assistant
Lauren is a senior at SNC. She is majoring in Psychology and Sociology with a minor in Spanish. Lauren hopes to teach psychology at a collegiate level as a college professor and to be the first person in her family to attain a doctorate. Fun fact: Lauren has a vinyl collection of over 30 records!
Robby Cicciarelli, Reseach Assistant
Sydney Fetkenhauer, Research Assistant
Sydney is a senior at SNC. She is a Political Science, International Studies, and Spanish major with a background in Political Psychology research. She loved her time studying abroad in Spain during Spring 2022! After graduation, she hopes to work in diversity and compliance at a university or organization in the Green Bay area. In the future, she would like to pursue a teaching certification or attend graduate school.
Reagan Engels, Research Assistant
Reagan is currently a senior at SNC. She is majoring in Psychology, with minors in both Biology and Spanish. After graduation, she hopes to be a psychiatrist specializing in pediatric psychiatry. Fun fact: Reagan is left-handed!
Kaitlyn Kulick, Research Assistant
Kaitlyn is currently a senior at SNC. She is majoring in Psychology and Sociology with a concentration in Human Services. She wants to become a clinical psychologist or clinical social worker and work in the criminal justice system. Fun fact: Kaitlyn is a volunteer sexual assault advocate, she has three dogs, and she also has a second degree black belt.
Crystal Schuster, Research Assistant
Crystal is a senior. She’s a double major in Psychology and Communication/Media Studies with a concentration in Communication and a minor in Spanish. She has aspirations to go to grad school to get her Masters in Counseling with an emphasis in Marriage and Family therapy and multicultural counseling.
Alyssa Smith, Research Assistant