Sandra Neumann

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Sandra Neumann

Associate Professor
Psychology-Education

Rm 443

sandra.neumann@uwc.edu
(715) 389-6507
Statement 

Dr. Sandra L. Neumann, assistant professor of Psychology, attended the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues' 2010 Early Career Scholars' Workshop in June in New Orleans.

She also published "Animal Welfare Volunteers: Who are They and Why Do They Do What They Do?" in the most recent volume of the peer-reviewed journal Anthrozoos.

Education 

B.A. and M.A., Humboldt State University
Ph.D., Miami University

Areas of Expertise

Animal sheltering, animal shelter volunteers (recruitment, retention and training), adopting to families with children; diversity awareness for adults; awareness of and combating discrimination among adults; disaster preparedness and safety in the workplace; comprehensive sexuality education; environmental sustainability in higher education; living and working as an open lesbian; vegetarian; pagan-partnered mother of a toddler.