Mrs. Katheryn Kelley

Mrs. Katheryn Kelley

Adjunct Instructor of Psychology

Email: kelleyk@tntemple.edu

Education


  • MDiv - Reformed Theological Seminary; Expected Graduation May 2016
  • MS - The University of Tennessee Chattanooga, Research Psychology; May 2012
  • BA - Covenant College, Psychology; May 2010

Academic Experience


  • The University of Tennessee Chattanooga - Adjunct Professor, Fall 2010-Spring 2012
  • Cleveland State Community College - Adjunct Professor, Fall 2014-Present

Teaching Specializations


  • Introduction to Psychology
  • Statistics
  • Research Methods
  • Cross-cultural Psychology
  • Mood Disorders
  • Developmental Psychology
  • Psychology of Religion

Ministry & Professional Experience


  • McKee Foods, Inc. - Project Management Analyst, May 2011-December 2014
  • United Way of Greater Chattanooga
  • - Loaned Executive, August-November 2014

Membership in Academic Organizations


  • Project Management Institute, Member since 2012
  • Society for the Scientific Study of Religion, Member since 2010
  • Psi Chi, National Honor Society in Psychology, Inducted Fall 2007

Denominational & Community Service


  • Extensive volunteer work since 2000, particularly working with children and youth in a church environment. Includes directing a sports camp for children in 2005, doing therapy at a mental hospital in 2008, teaching at an elementary school in Uganda in 2010, working at an after-school program in Bogotá, Columbia in 2013, volunteering for the United Way in 2014, and ongoing service at Grace Presbyterian Church since 2006 teaching middle school Sunday school and youth group.

Publications & Presentations


  • “Though The Darkness Hide Thee”: A Survey of Christians and Depression Modern Psychological Studies, December 2011