Title: Director of Human Subjects Research, Psychology Educator, Consultant
Company: Kennesaw State University
Location: Marietta, Georgia, United States
Christine B. Ziegler, Director of Human Subjects Research at Kennesaw State University, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in psychology.
Prior to the start of her illustrious career, Dr. Ziegler pursued a formal education at the College of Brockport, State University of New York and earned a Bachelor of Science in 1978. Soon thereafter, she attended Syracuse University, from which she earned a Master of Science and a Doctor of Philosophy in lifespan development psychology in 1980 and 1982, respectively.
Since 1987, Dr. Ziegler has excelled as a professor of psychology at Kennesaw State University. Throughout her tenure as a faculty member, her fondest moments have been working with students not only in a classroom setting but also in their research that has led some to become published authors. The recipient of myriad accolades for her educational and leadership contributions, Dr. Ziegler received a Presidential Award for achievement in research and teaching. She was later bestowed with the prestigious Betty L. Siegel Award in 1996 and was a finalist for the Distinguished Teaching Award six times. Likewise, she received the George Beggs Advisor of the Year Award in 2009.
Upon her civic duties, Dr. Ziegler has been involved as a member of the Juvenile Court Panel and as a member of the school advisory committee of the Health Children’s Initiative in Marietta, Georgia. She has also been aligned with the AID Atlanta Evaluation Task Force, with whom she assisted in analyzing data from all educational programs. Outside of her professional endeavors, she enjoys camping, gardening, environmental protection and conservation activities in her spare time.
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