RUSSELL A ISABELLA portrait
  • Associate Professor, Family And Consumer Studies
  • Adjunct Associate Professor, Psychology Department
  • Director of Undergraduate Studies, Family And Consumer Studies
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Current Courses

Fall 2018

  • FCS 1500-090
    Lifespan Human Develop
  • SW 150-090
    Human Development

Summer 2018

Spring 2018

Courses I Teach

  • FCS 6100 - Graduate Research Methods
    An overview of the fundamentals of social science research with an emphasis on multiple approaches to data collection and research design, and attention to specific issues relevant to student's anticipated master's research.
  • FCS 1500 - Human Development in Context Across the Lifespan
    An introduction to the study of human development across all stages of life.
  • FCS 3215 - Development in Infancy and Childhood
    An in-depth consideration of development during the early stages of life: prenatal development, infancy, toddlerhood, early school years, middle childhood.
  • FCS 5250 - Theories of Human Development
    An intensive exploration of significant theories of human development relying on primary source materials and in-class discussion.
  • FCS 5940/6940 - Attachment Theory Across the Lifespan
    An in-depth consideration of theory, research and application as these pertain to attachment across all stages of life.

Teaching Projects

  • Development of FCS 1500 as a hybrid course. Project Lead: Russ Isabella. 06/01/2014 - 12/12/2014.

Current Students

  • Heather Traeden, Master of Science (M.S.), Project Type: Thesis. Role: Member.
  • Kamille Sheikh, Master of Science (M.S.), Project Type: Thesis. Role: Member.
  • Robert Steed, Master of Science (M.S.), Project Type: Thesis. Role: Member.
  • Kirsten Threlkeld, Master of Science (M.S.), Project Type: Thesis. Role: Chair.

Former Students

  • Robyn Fenn, Master of Science (M.S.), Project Type: Thesis. Role: Chair.
  • JuleeAnn Stocking, Master of Science (M.S.), Project Type: Thesis. Role: Chair.