Susan Riemer Sacks

Adjunct Professor of Psychology, Professor of Education Emerita

Susan Riemer Sacks, Adjunct Professor of Psychology and Professor of Education Emerita, joined the Barnard faculty in 1971.  She teaches courses in Educational Psychology and Adolescent Psychology.

Professor Sacks studies women and girls making transitions from students to teachers, from teachers to mentors, from pre-teens to thirteen, from dependent to interdependent.  She has continually studied the psychological factors which support self-determined change.  Her current work examine girls' and boys' attitudes in science classrooms, and she has helped implement several ecology science curricula.

Academic Focus: 

Gender
Education

Courses: 

BC2141x Educational Psychology

BC3382y Adolescent Psychology

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Contact: 

212.854.2117

ssacks@barnard.edu

Office Hours: 

Thu 1:30 - 4:00

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Ph.D., Columbia University

M.A, Case Western University

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