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Are you in search of creative ways to infuse social justice issues into your teaching? You have found your people. The Enough Squad community and newsletter were designed for you as a social justice academic.

Teaching Goals

As a first year graduate student giving my very first lecture on racism and sexism in a Social Psychology course, I knew teaching was one of my passions. I love the challenge of getting students interested in new topics, and I am thrilled to witness the energy they have when discovering something new. My greatest pleasures in teaching are moments when students engage in further discussion after class or a student drops by my office to inquire about a topic. My main goal as a teacher is to demonstrate the value of social science theory and application in students’ lives, emphasizing that learning should be an active, hands-on experience that continues long after the course ends. By combining a comfortable, personalized, yet energetic environment with a challenging curriculum, I hope to foster students’ genuine interest in course content, lifelong critical analysis skills, and appreciation of diversity of ideas and people.

"Dr. Case wanted us to find our individual voices" and "required us to expand our minds and apply what we had just read to the real world.”

Jenni Slataper

Teaching Experience

National Teaching Awards

  • Robert S. Daniel Teaching Excellence Award - Society for Teaching Psychology APA Div. 2
  • Outstanding Teaching and Mentoring - Society for the Psychological Study of Social issues (SPSSI) APA Div. 9
  • Innovative Teaching Award - SPSSI
  • Action Teaching Award Honorable Mention - Social Psychology Network)

Graduate Courses

  • Feminist Research Methods & Analysis
  • Psychology of Gender, Race, & Sexuality
  • College Teaching & Learning Seminar
  • Internship (non-clinical)

University Teaching Awards

  • Distinguished Faculty Teaching Award
  • Outstanding Professor Award
  • Minnie Stevens Piper Teaching Award
  • Instructional Innovation Award
  • Excellence in Teaching Award

Undergraduate Courses

  • Psychology of Women
  • Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies
  • Psychology of Race & Racism
  • Social Psychology of Social Issues
  • Careers & Writing in Psychology

Student Voices

My experiences in Dr. Case’s research lab and as her student enabled me to discover that I am passionate about social psychology research, teaching, and social justice. She is always willing to help me get into contact with people and resources relevant to my future research goals.
Briana Stewart
Dr. Case clearly goes above and beyond the necessary duties of a professor. In addition to outstanding teaching abilities and student engagement, Dr. Case is also a wonderful mentor to her students.
Shaprie Jackson
I will never forget the opportunities I have been given because of Dr. Case and I will forever be appreciative of everything she has done for me. She has a true passion for what she does and has been a great mentor of mine through my education at UHCL
Carynton Colson Gillespie
Dr. Case is beyond doubt a transformational leader who brings to life education and gives meaning to curriculum.
Christi Fisher Bolen

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