Dr. Krauss’ research interests include the use of active learning to promote critical thinking. To this end, she has researched pedagogy, developed classroom techniques, presented workshops, and published on effective methods of teaching. Dr Krauss has worked extensively with at-risk undergraduates, non-traditional learners, and students from diverse backgrounds. As a result, she believes that accessible classroom teaching is the underpinning for student enthusiasm, learning, and retention. Dr. Krauss received her Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology from The George Washington University and a BA in Psychology from St. John’s University.
Dr. Krauss serves as the Faculty Associate for Graduate Teaching in the Center for Graduate Life and Learning, and Adjunct Graduate Faculty.