Associate Professor of Human Development and Family Studies
At Penn State Mont Alto, Dr. Schwab teaches Adolescent Development (HDFS 239), Transition to Adulthood (HDFS 433), Family Development (HDFS 315), Family Relations (HDFS 418), Lifespan (HDFS 129), Introduction to Human Services (HDFS 311), First Year Seminar (PSU 008, 014), Advanced Child Development (HDFS 429), Family Life Education (HDFS 497), Drugs and Behavior (BBH 143), Study Abroad Program in Stockholm, Sweden (HDFS 499).
Most Recent Presentations
Schwab, Jacqueline. 2009. The Latest & the Greatest: When is using teaching technology beneficial, when is it not… Presentation at the Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT) Symposium, 18 April, at Penn State University Park.
Schwab, Jacqueline, and Robin Yaure. 2008. Assessing the effectiveness of diversity education in family studies. Presentation at the National Council on Family Relations conference, November, in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Schwab, Jacqueline, and Elise Murowchick. 2008. Assessing Change Over Time in Adolescents Involved in Community Projects. Presentation at the Society for Research on Adolescence, March, in Chicago.
Schwab, Jacqueline, Lisa White, and Lauren Jacobson. 2007. Maximizing the Benefit of Study Abroad Programs. Presentation at the National Council on Family Relations (NCFR) conference, November, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Schwab, Jacqueline, and Lauren Jacobson. 2007. Understanding the World of Others. Presentation at the Teaching Family Science Conference, June, in Prince Edward Island.
Ph.D. in Human Development & Family Studies from PSU in 1994
M.S. in Human Development & Family Studies from PSU in 1990
B.A. in Psychology from San Diego State (1985)
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