Dr. Joanna Garner is a Research Associate Professor and the Executive Director of The Center for Educational Partnerships at Old Dominion University. Garner is an experienced PI and scholar in the fields of applied educational psychology and human development.
Ph.D. in Educational Psychology, Pennsylvania State University, (2003)
Contracts, Grants and Sponsored Research
- Garner, J. K. "World Class Military-Dependent Students: Marching Forward On Two Fronts In Paces" $40,000. Local. November 1, 2015 - August 15, 2020
- Garner, J. K., Loney, M. A. and Whittecar, R. G. "Building Bridges" $63,912. Higher Education. October 1, 2016 - September 30, 2017
- Garner, J. K., Loney, M. A. and Whittecar, R. G. "Building Bridges" $6,090. Higher Education. March 1, 2015 - September 30, 2016
- Garner, J. K. and Loney, M. A. "SAIL: Scientific Argumentation And Inquiry For Learning" $3,600. Local. October 1, 2015 - August 15, 2016
Dr. Garner's research interests include the application of complex systems theories and methods to the study of learning and identity change in formal and informal learning environments.
- Kaplan, A. and Garner, J. K. (2017). A complex dynamic systems perspective on identity and its development: The dynamic systems model of role identity. Developmental Psychology 53 (11) , pp. 2036-2051.
- Garner, J. K., Alley, M., Haas, C., Sontgerath, S. and Kaplan, A. (2017). Developing a role identity as an ambassador through hands-on activities ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition.