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Portrait of Adrienne VanZomeren
Experience: Dr. VanZomeren has had a variety of experiences teaching, conducting research, and engaging in clinical work over the past 17 years. She went to college planning to become a neurosurgeon, but after 3 years of pre-med classes, she changed her mind once she started working at a maximum-security forensic psychiatric hospital. At the forensic hospital, Dr. VanZomeren learned that many individuals with mental illness who had committed crimes had traumatic childhood experiences within their families. She became interested in preventing these negative outcomes by better understanding the ways that early life experiences within families impact development across multiple areas such as brain development, epigenetics, social relationships, and physical and mental health. This is when she decided to become a doctor of development instead of medicine. Since then, she has conducted research on epigenetics, domestic violence, neuroendocrinology, child maltreatment, and adolescent depression. She has published her research in a number of scientific journals, receiving "highly accessed" designations for some of her writing. Clinically, Dr. VanZomeren has had a range of experiences assessing and treating children, adolescents, families, and elderly adults across primary care, emergency services, community mental health, forensic, private practice, and both inpatient and outpatient psychiatric and medical settings. Most of all, Dr. VanZomeren loves teaching! She previously taught undergraduate courses in Child Development and Adolescent Development at the University of Minnesota. She has also led seminars for graduate students focused on assessment and treatment of somatic symptom and conversion disorders. She has served as a first-year undergraduate student mentor, helping new students transition to college life. At Century, Dr. VanZomeren teaches Developmental Psychology: Lifespan and Child Development. She is excited to meet you all!
Teaching Approach: "I am passionate about teaching because I believe that education is one of the most powerful tools a person can have - it opens opportunities for new perspectives and experiences. Though I am a teacher, I learn a lot from my students and believe they contribute positively to my own development. I devote time to get to know my students' unique interests and experiences in order to make course content accessible and relatable. I believe that applying concepts to real-world events is critical to promoting learning, so I concretize and contextualize psychological theories by integrating popular press and real-world examples into my course content. I am a first-generation college student, so providing the scaffolding and guidance to my students that I wish I had received along my own educational journey is very important to me. I am committed to working closely with my students to set them up for success!"
Education: Ph.D. Child Development and Clinical Psychology, University of Minnesota (with clinical psychology internship at Harvard Medical School/Boston Children's Hospital)
Notable Achievements: National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, 2013-2016; University of Minnesota Postdoctoral Career Development Award, 2018
Hobbies: As a former college athlete, I still love being physically active and I make time to move my body each day. I also spend time practicing and teaching yoga and playing board games (TriBond is the best!). Otherwise I can be found hanging with my 14-year-old German Shepherd, Luke - he is my pride and joy!
Adrienne VanZomeren
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Janet Vermeersch
Academic Advisor
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Portrait of John Vette
Experience: John Vette is currently a Patrol Sergeant for the White Bear Lake Police Department. He has approximately 20 years of experience working for both his current employer and for the St. Cloud Police Department, in patrol, investigations, school resource, and computer crime cases. Sergeant Vette is an adjunct instructor at Century College, and has taught several summer skills programs through Alexandria Technical College. He has been an adjunct instructor at Century College for approximately one year.
Teaching Approach: "My goal is to teach and mentor students going into the Public Safety Profession as if they would be my partner someday in the field. I hope to incorporate both theory and practical skill sets in my instruction while allowing for open communication and unique ways for student development."
Education: Masters Degree, Public Safety Executive Leadership/Criminal Justice, St. Cloud State University
Hobbies: Love for the game of baseball, speaking German, spending time with family
John Vette
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Jonathan Vikesland
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Carl Von Donop
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Portrait of Kristine Voth
Experience: Kristine views teaching as a privilege and truly loves being in the classroom! She has been working with community college students for the past 20 years with experience in teaching, counseling, advising, career services, and student life. She currently teaches courses in psychology, student success, and career development.
Teaching Approach: "In all of the classes I teach, I focus most on student well-being which seems to come naturally from my theoretical base in counseling psychology and the many years I have spent counseling community college students. Creating a positive learning environment for all students to feel safe, grow, and enjoy their learning process is the foundation of my teaching. I consciously work to create this environment by building relationships, connecting course content to students' daily lives, and actively engaging every student, every class."
Education: BA, Psychology, University of Minnesota-Duluth; MS, Counseling Psychology, Capella University
Kristine Voth
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