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WarnickDr. Jason Warnick

Professor of Psychology and Director of Distinguished Scholarships Program

Behavioral Sciences
Tomlinson 126
1507 N Boulder Avenue
Russellville, AR 72801
Phone: (479) 356-2005
E-mail: jwarnick@atu.edu

Education

BA - Arkansas State Univ-Main Camp
BS - Arkansas State Univ-Main Camp
MA - Univ of Mississippi Main Camp
PHD - Univ of Mississippi Main Camp

Recently Taught Courses

PSY 2003 - GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
PSY 2093 - HUMAN SEXUALITY
PSY 3093 - INDUSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGY
PSY 4003 - ADV RESEARCH METHOD/LAB PSY
PSY 4991 - SP: POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
PSY 4991 - SP: INTERNSHIP

Biography

Dr. Jason Warnick joined Arkansas Tech University in 2006.  He holds a B.A. in Philosophy and a B.S. in Psychology from Arkansas State University, and a M.A. in Experimental Psychology and Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology from the University of Mississippi.  He has authored and edited six books and authored or co-authored over 30 journal articles and book chapters and over 45 professional presentations.  Dr. Warnick serves on the editorial board of multiple journals and is a Fellow of the International Stress and Behavior Society.  Additionally, he started the first university chapter of Be the Match in the state of Arkansas.  In 2014, this chapter set a world record for the most bone marrow registrants to the National Bone Marrow Registry in a one-hour time period and has registered over 2,200 since its founding.  He has been awarded all three ATU Faculty Excellence Awards and the SGA Outstanding Professor of the Yearaward. He has been awarded the Faculty Advisor of the Year at the national (National Academic Advising Association), region (National Academic Advising Association – Region VII) and state level (Arkansas Academic Advising Network).  He has received the Blackboard Exemplary Course Award from the Blackboard Catalyst Program and two Diamond Awards from Arkansas Blackboard User Group.  For his work in faculty development, he was named as an Apple Distinguished Educator.  In 2015-2016, he chaired the ATU Strategic Planning Committee.  He has previously served the Assistant Vice President for Student Success, the Director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching, and currently serves as the Director of the Office of Distinguished Scholarships. 

Research Interests

Animal Modeling of Anxiety and Depression; Bioethics; Educational Policy and Practice; Psychology of Combative Sports

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