Miranda M. McIntyre, Ph.D.
- About -
Dr. Miranda McIntyre is an assistant professor in the Department of Psychology at California State University. She completed her Ph.D. in Social Psychology at Purdue University.
Her research focuses on personality and individual differences, particularly those that involve interests. She studies how people attend and respond to their social and non-social environments. This work explores how individuals’ orientations toward their environments guide academic and career choices, with an emphasis on understanding participation and representation in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) domains. Recently, her research has also examined learning in statistics and online courses.
⭐ Recent News and Updates
Grant: $200k NSF grant awarded to study online STEM teaching (July 2022)
Fellowship: Summer Research Fellowship awarded by CSUSB Office of Research Dev. (April 2022)
Publication: Single-author paper accepted in Journal of Career Assessment (Nov 2021)
Publication: Conference paper presented at Interactive Collaborative Learning (Sept 2021)
Grant: $1 Million NSF grant awarded in partnership with Riverside City College (Aug 2021)
Fellowship: Appointed as a Faculty Fellow for CSUSB Faculty Affairs and Development (Aug 2021)
Media: Featured in CSUSB News as Director of the Sona Participation Pool
Publication: Paper accepted in Learning and Individual Differences (Dec 2020)
Publication: Single-author paper accepted in Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Psychology (Oct 2020)
Publication: Paper accepted in Self and Identity (Aug 2020)
Award: Outstanding Faculty Teaching Award from the CSUSB Department of Psychology (June 2020)
Fellowship: Summer Research Fellowship awarded by CSUSB Office of Research Dev. (March 2020)
Chapter: Single-author chapter published in For the Love of Teaching Undergraduate Statistics (Feb 2020)