Gloria Grenwald, Ph.D.
Office: 307 Webster Hall
Ph.D. Saint Louis University, 1988
M.S. University of Kentucky - Lexington, 1978
B.A. Taylor University, 1976
Courses Frequently Taught
Educational Psychology,br> Abnormal Psychology
Cross-Cultural and International Psychology
Senior Seminar: Family Systems Theory
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Adulthood
Interdisciplinary International Studies
Selected Presentations and Publications
Grenwald, G. (2007). Using a narrative approach to internationalize the psychology curriculum. Symposium Presentation, 115th Annual American Psychological Association Convention. San Francisco, California.
Grenwald-Mayes, G. (2003). Assessing the benefit of internationalized psychology courses: Student outcomes. Symposium Presentation, 111th Annual American Psychological Association Convention. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Grenwald-Mayes, G. (2002). Relationship of current quality of life and family of origin dynamics for college students with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. Paper presented at Family: Strengths and Cohesion Conference sponsored by the Institute of Sociology, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences and University Of Nebraska-Lincoln, Shanghai, China.
Grenwald-Mayes, G. 2002). Understanding and working with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder children: Teachers and parents. Invited Workshop at South China Normal University in Guangzhou, Guangzhou, China.
Grenwald-Mayes, G. (2002). Relationship between current quality of life and family of origin dynamics for college students with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Journal of Attention Disorders, 5, 211-222.
Grenwald-Mayes, G. (2001). Global studies programs linked via the Internet. Panel Chair. International Studies Association Meeting, Chicago.
Grenwald-Mayes, G. (2001). Must international studies be so darned international? Panel Chair. Title VI-A Project Directors meeting, Washington D.C.
Grenwald-Mayes, G. (2001). Curriculum strategies. Plenary Presentation. Human Rights Education Workshop co-sponsored by United States Institute for Peace, Webster University.