Resume

Resume

Jane Connor McMahon
202-684-5974
janemconnor (at) gmail (dot) com

Certifications and Licensing:

Trainer of Nonviolent Communicationsm certified by the Center for Nonviolent Communication, Life and Career Coach, certified by Coaching for Transformation, accredited by the International Coach FederationNew York State Licensed Psychologist (currently inactive)

Education:

Ph.D., Psychology, University of Wisconsin, Major: Psychology; Minor: Statistics
M.A., Psychology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
B.A., Mathematics, Brown University,

Awards:

NAACP of Broome-Tioga Counties, Outstanding Contributor for Advancing Civil Rights
Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching, State University of New York. 

Employment:

CEO Connecting and Growing, mediation, training, restorative justice and coaching, 8 years, current role
Restorative Justice Consultant, Restorative DC, 4 years, current role
Restorative Justice Coordinator, High Point High School, Prince George’s County, MD 3 years
Associate Professor of Human Development Emerita, Binghamton University, current 8 years
Director, Division of Human Development, Binghamton University, 2 years
Associate Professor of Human Development, Psychology 20 years
Director, Butternut Hill Pre-School, Binghamton University, 8 years
Teacher, Secondary Mathematics, American School, Guatemala City, 2 years

Research Support:

Have been Principal Investigator on research grants from:

National Institute of Mental Health
National Institute of Education
Research Foundation of the State of New York
Biomedical Research Group of Binghamton University

Selected Publications:

Connor, J. and Killian, D. (2012).  Connecting across Differences: Finding Common Ground With Anyone, Anywhere, Anytime. 2nd edition. Connor, J. and Killian, D. Encinita, CA: PuddleDancer Press).  

Manning, R. and Connor, J. (2005). Nonviolent Communication, in McNair, R. (Ed.) Working for Peace: A Handbook of Practical Psychology And Other Tools. Impact Publishers:

Connor, J. and Killian, D.(2004).  Connecting across differences: An introduction to compassionate, nonviolent communication. New York: Hungry Duck Press.

Ocampo, C., Prieto, L., Whittlesley, V., So, H,. Connor, J., Janco-Gidley, J., Mannix, S., & Sare, K. (2003 )A Review of Diversity Research in Teaching of Psychology: Summary and Recommendations..  Teaching of Psychology. 

Blaine, B., DiBlasi, D. & Connor, J. (2003). The effect of weight loss on perceptions of weight controllability: Implications for prejudice against fat people.  Journal of Applied Social Psychology.

Connor, J. (2003). Dialogue education goes to college.  In J. Vella (Ed.) Applications of Dialogue Education. Jossey-Bass: San Francisco.

Connor, J. (2002) Making Statistics come alive: Using space and students’ bodies to illustrate statistical concepts. Teaching of Psychology.

Connor, J. (2001) Studying racial bias: Too hot to handle? Web-site of the National Institute for the use of Case Studies in the Teaching of Science, SUNY-Buffalo (unabridged version)

Connor, J. (2001) Studying racial bias: Too hot to handle?  Journal of College Science Teaching, 30, September, 26-32. (condensed version)

Connor, J., Ng, A., & Manning, R. (1998).  Breastfeeding.  In E. Amico (Ed.), Women’s Studies Reader’s Guide Encyclopedia.  New York: Fitzroy Dearborn.

Connor, J & Cottingham-Thomas, A. (1998).  Homophobia and Heterosexism.  In E. Amico (Ed.), Women’s Studies Reader’s Guide Encyclopedia.  New York: Fitzroy Dearborn.

Connor, J. , Ng, A. & Gilbert, S. (1998). Sexual Assault/Rape: Acquaintance.  In E. Amico (Ed.), Women’s Studies Reader’s Guide Encyclopedia.  New York: Fitzroy Dearborn.

Cottingham-Thomas, A. &  Connor, J.  (1998). AIDS and HIV.  In E. Amico (Ed.), Women’s Studies Reader’s Guide Encyclopedia.  New York: Fitzroy Dearborn.

Connor, J. (1995).  Using STATISTICA on the Macintosh. Vestal, NY: Binghamton University Copy Center.

Connor, J. (1995).  Sex role socialization.  In H. Tierney (Ed.), Women’s Studies Encyclopedia.  Westport, CT:  Greenwood Press.

Connor, J. (1993).  Statistical Intuition and Computer Simulations in J. Boettcher (Ed.) 101 Success Stories of Information Technology in Higher Education: The Joe Wyatt Challenge.  New York: McGraw-Hill

Connor, J. (1991). Developing Statistical Intuition with Computer Simulations.  Vestal, NY: Binghamton University Copy Center

Connor, J. (1990). Computer and Statistics: Learning MINI-TAB.  Vestal, NY: Binghamton University Copy Center

Connor, J. (1989).  Computers and Statistics: An Introduction to SAS. Boston, MA: Copley Publishers

Connor, J. (1985).  Book Review:  Too Many Women – The Sex Ratio Question.  By M. Guttentag, P.F. Secord.  In Sex Roles,  1985, 12, 7-8, 900-901.

Connor, J.M. & Serbin, L.A. (1985).  Visual-spatial skill:  Is it important for mathematics?  Are boys really better at it?  Can it be taught?  In Susan Chipman (Ed.), Woman and Mathematics: Balancing the Equation.  Earlbaum Publishers.

Connor, J. (1985).  Sex-related differences and cognitive skills.  In M. Toglia (Ed)., Contemporary Issues in Cognitive Psychology.  L.A.:  Erlbaum Publishers.

Connor, J., Byrne, F., Mindell, J., Cohen, D. & Nixon, E. (1986).  Use of the title Ms, Miss or Mrs.: Does it make a difference?  Sex Roles, 14, 545-550.

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