- Carthage College
Professor Ingrid Tiegel is a developmental psychologist interested in the areas of attachment behavior, sibling relations, early childhood interventions and education, health psychology, and youth at risk for psychopathology. She frequently consults for community programs relating to the development and education of young children and for youth at risk.
She has been a commissioner and validator for the NAEYC accreditation program. She was the chair of the Community Planning Team and Executive Committee for Kenosha YES, a five-year community effort to prevent serious juvenile delinquency in Kenosha County. Previously named Carthage Distinguished Teacher of the Year, she also received an award for her teaching at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. She was the recipient of NICHD and NIMH pre-doctoral fellowships at the University of Minnesota.
Her personal interests include sketching, gardening, reading, swimming, visiting museums, and attending the theater. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota, her M.A. from San Jose State University, and her B.A. from Stanford University. She joined the Carthage faculty in 1980.
Professor Ingrid Tiegel is a developmental psychologist interested in the areas of attachment behavior, sibling relations, early childhood interventions and education, health psychology, and youth at risk for psychopathology. She teaches courses in social psychology, child and adolescent development, and psychology of personality.
Professor of Psychological Science
- Ph.D. — University of Minnesota
- M.A. — San Jose State University
- B.A. — Stanford University
- PYC 2200 Social Psychology
- PYC 2850 Child and Adolescent Development
- PYC 3650 Childhood Psychopathology
- PYC 3750 Psychology of Personality
- PYC 4700 Field Work in Psychology
- PYC 4990 Senior Thesis Completion