Biography

An empirical sociologist, Dr. Judith Stull teaches statistics, research methodology, project evaluation, and the sociology of education, especially as it pertains to higher education. Her research has focused on improving educational achievement, especially those who are at risk of failing from Pre-kindergarten through graduate school. She was a project evaluator for multi-million-dollar U.S. Department of Education and NSF projects and works extensively with science professionals.

Courses Taught

Number

Name

Level

SCTC 1002

STEM Scholars Seminar

Undergraduate

EDAD 0855

Why care about College: Higher Education in American Life

Undergraduate

EDUC 5101

Critical Understanding of Social Science Research

Graduate

EDUC 5325

Introduction to Statistics and Research

Graduate

Selected Publications

  • Stull, J. (2015). The Good, the Bad, and the Data: Shane the Lone Ethnographer's Basic Guide to Qualitative Data Analysis. TEACHING SOCIOLOGY, 43(3), pp. 249-250. doi: 10.1177/0092055X15587892

  • VanVoorhis, R.W., Miller, K.L., Miller, S.M., & Stull, J.C. (2015). Impact of Stepping Stones Triple P on Parents With a Child Diagnosed With Autism Spectrum Disorder: Implications for School Psychologists. School Psychology Forum, 9(2), pp. 121-142. Retrieved from http://libproxy.temple.edu/

  • Smutzer, G. & Stull, J.C. (2014). Chemosensory properties of stearic acid. In Stearic Acid: Synthesis, Properties and Applications (pp. 1-24).

  • Smutzer, G., Patel, J.Y., Stull, J.C., Abarintos, R.A., Khan, N.K., & Park, K.C. (2014). A preference test for sweet taste that uses edible strips. Appetite, 73, pp. 132-139. doi: 10.1016/j.appet.2013.10.021

  • Smutzer, G., Patel, J.Y., Stull, J.C., Abarintos, R.A., Khan, N.K., & Park, K.C. (2014). A preference test for sweet taste that uses edible strips [electronic resource]. Appetite, 73, pp. 132-139. Elsevier Ltd. Retrieved from http://libproxy.temple.edu/