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Diann Moorman

College of Family and Consumer Sciences

Financial Planning, Housing and Consumer Economics

Associate Professor

Education

Degree Field of Study Institution Graduation
Ph.D. Family Policy Iowa State University 2006
M.S. Family Resource Management Iowa State University 1999
B.A. Psychology/Sociology Iowa State University 1988

Research

  • Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
  • Bankruptcy
  • Low-income households
  • Single-parent households
  • Teenage-mother households

Teaching

Family Economic Environment (HACE 2100), Introductory Consumer Economics (HACE 3100), Consumer Decisions: Home and Market (HACE 3150), Introduction to Personal Finance (HACE 3200), Consumer Protection (HACE 5100/7100), Professional Seminar and Internship Orientation (HACE 5900), Housing and Consumer Economics Internship (HACE 5910)

Outreach

Lectures available at: http://www.slideshare.net/diann

Publications

Moorman, D., & Clark. K. (2012, March). Student learning styles and personality types: Their implications for teaching. Paper presented at Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Commons (SoTL) Conference, Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA.  

Moorman, D., & Wickes-Smith, D. (2012). Poverty discrimination revealed through student peer evaluations. College Student Journal, 461, 141-148.

Moorman, D., & Wickes-Smith, D. (2010, Obesity in the classroom: Raising faculty awareness of students’ biases toward their overweight classmates.  Paper presented at the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) Commons Conference, Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA.

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