Paul S. Rowland, PhD
Professor of Psychology
BS, 1967, Loyola University MA, 1972, PhD, 1978, University of Arkansas.
Office: EP 206
Paul Rowland, Ph.D., has taught and conducted research at several academic institutions in the U.S., Europe, and Asia. His interests include the teaching-thinking-learning processes (especially the role of critical thinking and metacognition in learning) as well as various social & perceptual phenomena (e.g., risk-taking). Dr. Rowland teaches general psychology, research methods and statistics, perception, cognition, and the undergraduate research capstone course.
His free time passions include mountain and road bicycling, backcountry/telemark skiing, mountain scrambling, and surviving the chaos of his family, 2 birds, 3 dogs, 4 cats, 4 goats, 6 horses, & 6 (or more) fish.