Teaching

Dr. Haas has been teaching college courses since 2008. She earned a Certificate of Training in the Teaching of Psychology from The Ohio State University, and participated in the Peer Review of Teaching Project at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. At UNL, she teaches courses primarily within the psychology, biology, and politics area of emphasis in the Department of Political Science. Specific courses focus on political psychology, American politics, and quantitative/experimental research methods. Sample syllabi for the most recent courses are available below.

Current and Upcoming Courses:

  • Spring 2017: POLS 450 and POLS 950
  • Fall 2017: POLS 100 and POLS 150
  • Spring 2018: POLS 100 and POLS 450

Undergraduate Courses @ University of Nebraska-Lincoln:

  • Political Science 100: Power and Politics in America - Fall 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012
  • Political Science 100H: Power and Politics in America (Honors) - Spring 2016, 2014
  • Political Science 150: Introduction to Biology, Psychology, and Politics - Fall 2016
  • Political Science 350: Emotion and Politics - Fall 2014, 2013
  • Political Science 398: Psychology of Political Ideology, Morality, and Values - Spring 2013
  • Political Science 450: Research in Biology, Psychology, and Politics - Spring 2017, 2016, 2014
    • Peer Review of Teaching Project Benchmark Course Portfolio for POLS 450 [pdf]
  • University Honors Seminar 395H: Ideology and Morality - Fall 2015, Spring 2014

 Graduate Courses @ University of Nebraska-Lincoln:

  • Political Science 891: Political Neuroscience - Fall 2015
  • Political Science 950: Psychology of Political Attitudes - Spring 2017, 2015

Undergraduate Courses @ The Ohio State University:

  • Psychology 325: Introduction to Social Psychology - Autumn 2011
  • Psychology 367: Introduction to Social Psychology (writing intensive) - Spring 2010, Autumn 2009, Winter 2009, Autumn 2008