Professor of Psychology
Walter E. Ward Building (WWD) 231
- Monday - 01:00 pm - 03:00 pm
- Wednesday - 01:00 pm - 03:00 pm
Paul Landen is an Associate Professor of Psychology at KPC's Kenai River Campus. Dr. Landen started at KPC in May 2005 as a counselor. He left to work at University of Alaska Fairbanks for two years, returning to KPC as a Psychology Professor in Fall of 2008. He is currently serving as the Faculty Member in Residence at the KRC Residence Hall.
Dr. Landen's previous positions have included Coordinator of the joint UAF-UAA Ph.D. in Clinical Community Psychology; Director of International Programs at Ferris State University and the University of Vermont; Coordinator of International Exchange Programs at Michigan State University; Academic Counselor of the Department of Electrical Engineering at Michigan State University; and nine years in Residence Life at Michigan State University, specializing in working with the Lyman Briggs and James Madison residential colleges.
- Cross-Cultural Psychology;
- Gender and Sexuality.
- 2006-07 - Post-Doctoral Study, Clinical-Community-Multicultural Psychology from University of Alaska Fairbanks and University of Alaska Anchorage
- 2004 - M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction from Ferris State University
- 2001 - Certificate, CELTA (Certificate in English Teaching to Adults) from Cambridge
- 1993 - M.A. Pastoral Ministry from Marygrove College
- 1993 - B.A. Religious Studies from Michigan State University
- 1992 - PH.D. Psychology and Religion from Michigan State University
- 1986 - M.A. Agency Counseling from Michigan State University
- 1983 - B.S. Psychology, Certificate Women's Studies from Michigan State University
- Licensed Professional Counselor
- Spent one year as a VISTA: Americorps Volunteer at Yuut Elitnaurviat People's Learning Center in Bethel, AK.