Agnes Jasinska first joined Bucknell in August 2014 as visiting faculty in the Department of Psychology. In that role, she developed and taught both introductory and advanced courses in psychology and neuroscience, and mentored students conducting an independent study. She also actively participated in a number of workshops and seminar series focused on pedagogy and improving student learning outcomes, two strong interests of hers.
Agnes joined the Office of Institutional Research and Planning at Bucknell as Assessment Coordinator in May 2016. In this role, Agnes collaborates closely with faculty and staff across the institution to develop and execute useful and sustainable program-level assessment practices to improve student learning, with particular emphasis on tracking academic progress towards identified learning outcomes.
Prior to coming to Bucknell, Agnes completed a postdoctoral training in cognitive neuroscience at the National Institutes of Health, where she designed and conducted human-subject research on cognitive control using a combination of neuroimaging, genetic, and behavioral measures. Agnes holds a PhD in neuroscience and a MS in human genetics from the University of Michigan.
Learn more about Agnes Jasinska by viewing her curriculum vitae (pdf).