Faculty and Staff Profiles

SUSAN MAGUN-JACKSON
Faculty Buyout Position, Counsel Educations Psych Research
Email: smgnjcks@memphis.edu
Office Location: 101C Ball Hall
Office Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9:00-9:30, Thursdays, 3:45-4:30, and by appointment
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Additional Information

 

Education
  • Doctor of Philosophy Educational Psychology and Research - The University of Memphis - 1996
  • Master of Science Technical Education - The University of Memphis - 1985
  • Bachelor of Science Engineering Technology - The University of Memphis - 1984

Work Experience

  • Associate Professor/Coordinator, Counseling, Educational Psychology and Research/ Educational Psychology - The University of Memphis - 2004-present
  • Associate Professor, Counseling, Educational Psychology and Research/Educational Psychology - The University of Memphis - 1998-present
  • Director, Freshman Orientation Program - The University of Memphis - 1990-2000
  • Director , Transitional Academic Studies - The University of Memphis - 1995-2000
  • Program Coordinator for CET and EET, Engineering Technology - The University of Memphis - 1992-95
  • Associate Professor, Computer Eng. Technology - The University of Memphis - 1992-98
  • Assistant Professor, Computer Eng. Technology - The University of Memphis - 1987-92
  • Instructor, Computer Eng. Technology - The University of Memphis - 1985-86
  • Graduate TeachingAssistant, Computer Eng. Technology - The University of Memphis - 1984-85
Honors/Awards
  • Distinguished Administrator of the Year Award - The University of Memphis - 1999
  • Finalist, Distinguished Administrator of the Year Award - The University of Memphis - 1998
  • Finalist, Distinguished Administrator of the Year Award - The University of Memphis - 1997
  • Finalist, National Freshman Year Exp. Advocate Award - National Freshman Year Experience - 1997
  • Tennessee Quality Award Examiner Program - The State of Tennessee - 1997
  • Tennessee Quality Interest Award - The State of Tennessee - 1996
  • Finalist, National Freshman Year Exp. Advocate Award - National Freshman Year Experience - 1996
  • Nominated for Distinguished Teaching Award - The University of Memphis - 1995
  • Nominated for Distinguished Teaching Award - The University of Memphis - 1994
  • Nominated for Distinguished Teaching Award - The University of Memphis - 1993
  • First Female Tenured in Herff College of Engineering - The University of Memphis - 1992

Support

  • Geier II.F. and K. Development Grant Geier II.F. and K. Development Grant Geier II.F. and K. Development Grant - State of Tennessee/TN Board of Regents State of Tennessee/TN Board of Regents State of Tennessee/TN Board of Regents - $2,000.00 $2,000.00 $2,000.00 - 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98
  • Geier II.F. and K. Development Grant - State of Tennessee/TN Board of Regents - $2,375.00 - 1998-99
  • Geier II.F. and K. Development Grant Program in Course Redesign (Denied) - State of Tennessee/TN Board of Regents Pew Foundation - $2,500.00 $200,000 - 1999-00 2000
Service
  • National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) - Member - 1995-2000
  • American Association of Education Research (AERA) - Member - 1995-present
  • National Association for Developmental Educators (NADE) - Member - 1995-2000
  • Tennessee Association for Developmental Educators (TNADE) - Member - 1995-2000
  • Tennessee Association for Developmental Educators (TNADE) - Member - 1995-2000
Journal Articles
  • King, B. & Magun-Jackson, S. (2010). Epistemological beliefs of engineering stdents. The Journal of Technology Studies. 12, 2, 56-64.  
  • Bartels, J.M., Magun-Jackson, S., & Ryan, J.J. (2010). Dispositional approach-avoidance achievement motivation and cognitive self-regulated learning: The mediation of achievement goals. Individual Differences Research. 8,2, 97-110.   
  • Bartels, J.M., Magun-Jackson, S., & Kemp, A.D. (2009). Volitional regulation and self-regulated learning: An examination of individual differences in approach-avoidance achiement motivation. Electroinic Journal of Research in Educational Psychology, 7, 605-626 
  •  Bartels, J & Magun-Jackson, S. (2009). Approach-avoidance motivation and metacognition self-regulation: The role of need for achievement and fear of failure. Learning and Individual Differences, 19, 459-463.   
  • Bartels, J., Magun-Jackson, S., Ryan, J. & Glass, L.( 2008). A subjective and objective assessment of journals in educational psychology. Psychology and Education: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 45, 29-35.   
  • Burgette, J. & Magun-Jackson, S. (2008-2009)  Freshman orientation, persistence, and achievement: A longitudinal analysis. Journal of College Retention: Research, Theory and Practice, 10, 3, 235-263.    
  • Magun-Jackson, S. (2005). Integrating ethics in engineering education utlizing a psychological model. American Society for Engineering Education Proceedings of Annual Meeting. Portland, OR. (International)   
  • Magun-Jackson, S (2004). A psychological model that integrates ethics in engineering education. Journal of Science and Engineering Ethics. 10:2, 219-224.    
  • Steitz, J. & Magun-Jackson, S. (2004). College Students' Assessment of Their Learning and Instruction: The Use of Technology to Promote Human Interaction. Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Learning, Havana, Cuba [International}      
Presentations
  • Bartels, J.M. & Magun-Jackson, S. (2009, May). Achievement goals, volitional regulaton, and help-seeking among college students: A multiple goal analysis. Association for Psychological Science, San Fransisco, California.   
  • Bartels, J.M. & Magun-Jackson, S., & Ryan, J.J. (2009, February). Dispositional approach-avoidance motivation and cognitive self-regulated learning. Presented at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology Annual Convention. Tampa, Florida   
  • Bartels, J.M. & Magun-Jackson, S. (2008, November). Mastery and performance goal configurations and the help-seeking of university students. Presented at 2008 Mid-South Educational Research Association Annual Convention. Knoxville, Tennessee.  
  • Magun-Jackson, S. & Stevens, P.M. (2009). A first year seminar program: Callenges, changes and chance. Presented at the 3rd. Annual Forum on Higher Education Learning Issues: Don't Leave Learning to Chance, Understanding Learning Diversity. Las Vegas, Nevada. (National) 
  • Magun-Jackson, S., Stevens, P., & Burgette, J. (2007). What a difference eleven years makes! A statistical comparison of two longitudinal studies of a Freshman Seminar Course.  Presented at the Annual Conference on The First-Year Experience. Dallas, TX (National)  
  • Magun-Jackson, S. & Stevens, P.M. (2005) Historical review of a freshman seminar course: the way we were, the way we are, and where we're going. Presented at the annual National Conference on the Freshman Year Experience. Phoenix, AZ [National]