Jeffrey R. Albrecht, Jr.
educational psychology, academic motivation, development of resilient academic self-concepts in at-risk adolescents, student perceptions of educational relevance, meaningful learning, psychometrics, philosophy of education and psychology, John Dewey, constructivism
Tesia Marshik, Assistant Professor of Psychology
Jeffrey is interning as a paraprofessional educator at a local alternative high school serving students at-risk of academic failure and drop-out. He also serves as Vice President of the UW-L Philosophy Club. He enjoys spending time in nature, writing poetry, playing piano, and developing spirituality. After finishing his undergraduate degree, Jeffrey plans to pursue a PhD in Educational Psychology.