|Date:||September 25, 2020|
|Time:||1 p.m. -12 p.m.|
|# of CEU’s:||3.0|
|Presenter Name:||Deanna Shelby, MS, MA|
|About the Presenter:||Deanna Shelby received her first Masters in Sociology and Social Deviance from DePaul University, directly after completing a dual-Bachelors undergraduate path at Loyola University Chicago. She also completed her Masters in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in 2015.|
Professor Shelby splits her time between several community colleges and Saint Xavier University teaching a variety of topics that range from introduction classes all the way to deviance/delinquency courses. Currently, she is a full-time instructor at Bellin College in Green Bay, Wisconsin, where her focus lies in the General Education program.
Here, she teaches a variety of topics in Psychology and Sociology to Bellin’s healthcare students, such as Developmental Psychology, Diversity in Healthcare, and Statistics. Her professional focus centers on psychosocial connections between individuals, cultures, and environments. Deanna just finished her 3-year term as President of the Adjunct Faculty Union of Moraine Valley Community College, a suburban chapter of the AFT Local 1600 Division, where she was the youngest President to date at the Moraine chapter.
Delinquency: Puberty Ain’t the Half of It!
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