Kim Palermo-Kielb"My advice to Walden Students is to get the most out of your online learning experience, use the Walden resources and engage in the Walden learning communities. Online learning can be challenging at times and you get back what you put into it, so it’s important to stay accountable to meet your learning goals."
Research Interests: Educational psychology; community psychology; female empowerment through higher education; peer to peer support in higher education.
Social Change Interests: Equestrian and creative arts therapy for children with disabilities; adolescent mental health; psychological resilience among young girls; parent to parent support for families with children who struggle with mental illness.
Joined Walden: 2012
Location: New York
About Kim: I have a BA in Psychology with a minor in Art Therapy from Marymount College of Fordham University and an MS in School/Community Psychology from the College of New Rochelle in NY. I joined Walden as a student, earning an MS in Psychology in 2011, and a Ph.D. in Psychology with a specialization in research and evaluation in May 2020. Before my Coordinator role, I worked as a research peer mentor at Walden supporting students in research methods, statistics, and SPSS. My goal as Coordinator is to provide students who come to our tutoring program a student-centered experience to help make their academic journey at Walden a more personal and supportive one.
What I do in my Role as Coordinator of Tutoring
My Role as Coordinator of Tutoring
What I do in my role as Coordinator of Tutoring
Leading the daily operations of the tutoring program, and overseeing the planning, implementation, and on-going management of various program initiatives.
My favorite project
Implementing and co-presenting the Statistics Skill Builder Series and StatsChatsLive! Webinars.
My Experiences as a Walden Student
My Experience as a Walden Student
My Experiences as a Walden Student was terrific but rigorous. At first, I was skeptical of online learning because where I’m from, online education had a reputation for being second-rate. However, I quickly learned that at Walden, this was not the case and that was one of the reasons I wanted not only to study here but also be part of the university holistically, both as a student and staff.
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