Schloss recognized with Departmental Teaching Award

Wearing bright blue glasses, a black blazer, and an aqua pendant, curly-haired Karen Schloss smiles in front of a background of greenery
Associate Professor Karen Schloss

The Department of Psychology is pleased to recognize Associate Professor Karen Schloss with this year’s Departmental Teaching Award.

Schloss’s contributions in her courses, Information Visualization (Psych 711/601) and Psychology of Perception (Psych 406), have had a significant impact on her students, and have also garnered the attention of her colleagues. Says Professor of Psychology C. Shawn Green, “Karen has demonstrated consistent excellence in teaching and mentorship across all levels of the department – including teaching a highly regarded large-enrollment undergraduate breadth class on perception, being a consistently thoughtful mentor to both undergraduate and graduate students in her lab, and her graduate course on Information Visualization is repeatedly cited by graduate students as playing a major role in how they communicate the results of their research.”

Congratulations, Professor!