September 28, 2020
Donald Saucier to present Anatomy and Physiology Seminar
Donald A. Saucier, professor and distinguished teaching scholar in psychological sciences, will present "Bringing PEACE to Your Students (Especially During COVID-19)" at the next Anatomy and Physiology Seminar at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 29, via Zoom, passcode A&P.
Saucier was selected as faculty associate director of the Teaching and Learning Center last year. He is responsible for overseeing current and new programs for faculty development, facilitating the College Teaching course and the GTA Development monthly series, and working with faculty to improve teaching across the university.
His research interests center on expressions of anti-social and pro-social behavior. Specifically, Saucier is interested in the individual differences and situational factors that contribute to the justification and suppression of anti-social behavior — e.g., prejudice, aggression — as well as to decisions to behave pro-socially — e.g., to give or withhold help.