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ASC Courses and Workshops: SPSS Seminar Faculty

Patrick Dunn, PhD

Picture of PatResearch Interests: Health literacy, health technology, and cardiovascular prevention and rehabilitation
Social Change Interests: Developing better methods of teaching patients how to manage their health
Joined Walden: Became a Walden student in 2011; GA in the Academic Skills Center, 2012; Contributing faculty, 2016
Location: Fort Worth, Texas
About Pat: I have worked in the field of cardiac rehabilitation as an exercise physiologist, program director, and educator for the past 32 years.  I have worked extensively with the American Diabetes Association and the American Heart Association on strategies for helping patients manage their health.  I currently work for the American Heart Association in the Center for Health Technology and Innovation and am Contributing Faculty in the College of Health Sciences.  I live in Fort Worth, Texas with my wife and 3 children.

Currently teaching:

  • WCSS 8900/8901 - Statistics and SPSS Skills Seminar for Doctoral Students

Christopher Klein, PhD

Chris KleinResearch Interests: Cognitive Neuroscience, Autism & Developmental Disabilities, Implicit Memory & Learning, Social Cognition
Social Change Interests: Working to understand more about the cognitive processes in individuals with Autism and how apply that knowledge to improve educational practices
Joined Walden: 2017
Location: Marietta, OH
About Christopher: I have worked as a faculty member and statistical consultant for the past 8 years. I received my BA, MA, and PhD (Cognitive Psychology) from the University of Alabama. I completed a neuroscience fellowship at the University of Alabama – Birmingham, followed by a faculty position at Marietta College. I serve as a member of a board of directors for a local non-profit for an Autism Center, and I also enjoy pedagogical research on beliefs and misconceptions about psychology. I currently live in Marietta, OH with my wife and 2 Labradors, where I enjoy outdoor activities and coaching youth sports. 

Currently teaching:

  • WCSS 8900/8901 - Statistics and SPSS Skills Seminar for Doctoral Students

Sarah Inkpen, EdD

Sarah InkpenResearch Interests: Robotics and sea turtles
Social Change Interests: Working at changing lecture mode to hands on engagement; collaboration in post-secondary statistics classes in the Middle East
Joined Walden: 2013
Location:  Doha, Qatar
About Sarah: My passions are mathematics, statistics, technology, and education. Statistics and quantitative methods are my specialties!  I taught at the University College of the Cayman Islands in 2004.  Now at the College of the North Atlantic in Qatar, I have taught a wide array of math courses here over the past 10 years.  I have worked in Walden’s Academic Skills Center since 2013. I have a B.Math from the University of Waterloo, MEd from Brock University, and an EdD from Walden University. Getting my first degree in the 1970s and my last in 2016 makes me the poster child for lifelong learning and education! 

Currently teaching:

  • WCSS 8900/8901 - Statistics and SPSS Skills Seminar for Doctoral Students