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Marie Andreoli, PhD

Assistant Professor of Psychology and Chair of Social and Behavioral Sciences Department

Social and Behavioral Sciences   |   Turock School of Arts and Sciences

Harris Hall 303

About

I began my career at Keystone in 1998 as Student Activities Director. I then served as Director of Residence Life for one year and then began my career as a Psychology faculty member. I have been teaching Psychology since Fall of 2003. I am also the Program Coordinator for the Criminal Justice/Social Science program.

I have currently finished course work for certification as a Geriatric Care Manager from Misericordia University and beginning Fall, 2017 I will be facilitating a support group for caretakers of loved ones with Alzheimer’s.

I love golf and gardening and I live with my little dog Heath and four cats. I also enjoy watching and reading murder mysteries and I am a fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Pittsburgh Penguins.

How I Teach

I am pretty animated and I don’t take myself seriously. I love to make jokes and feel that humor and real experiences are a good way to make students remember the material. I enjoy teaching and it’s difficult to fall asleep in my classes because you never know where I am because I tend to pace as I teach.

Education – Degrees & Certifications

  • Ph.D. General Psychology – Capella University
  • M.A. Clinical Psychology – Marywood College
  • B.S. Clinical Psychology – Marywood College

 

2019 Margaretta Belin Chamberlin Chair for Distinguished Faculty Service award recipient Assistant Professor Marie Andreoli, Ph.D. Pictured from left: Dr. Karen Yarrish, Dr. Tracy Brundage, Dr. Marie Andreoli, and Dr. Sherry Strain.

“The students are great. I have met so many wonderful men and women who have come through our doors. The people who work here are also awesome. It is wonderful to come to work.”

Professor Marie Andreoli pictured with 2017 graduate Brittany Miller, a psychology major.

 

  • General Psychology
  • Psychology of Adolescence
  • Developmental Psychology
  • Adult Development and Aging
  • Workplace Environment

Workplace Environment (SOSC 3130)

I consider Social Science 3130 to by my “On the Road” class. Each week we head off in a van to somewhere informative, or we invite an engaging speaker to the classroom.

So far this semester we have been to Marley’s Mission, the Susquehanna County Courthouse, and Susquehanna County Trehab. We’ve also enjoyed having state Rep. Kyle Mullins (D-112, Blakely), and a Pennsylvania State Trooper attend class to discuss her experiences in her career and explain the best steps to take to become a trooper.

Workplace Environment combines Criminal Justice, Psychology, Social Sciences, and the Criminal Justice/Psychology dual major. The students seem to be enjoying it, and, I know I am learning a lot at each of the venues we visit.

 

The title of my PhD dissertation is An Exploratory Study of the Gambling Behaviors of Charity Bingo Players. My interest in the subject began while I volunteered as a bingo worker at my local church. I was always amazed at the amount of money spent by senior citizens who lived on fixed incomes.