Jeannie Loeb received her Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, specializing in Behavioral Neuroscience. She is currently a Teaching Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies for the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience. She also serves on the Psychology & Neuroscience’s Chair’s Advisory Committee as well as the Dean’s Advisory Board for the College of Arts & Sciences. Previous experience includes serving as the Director of Instructional Development for the department; as a mentor for Carolina Scholars, C-STEP, and Covenant Scholars; as a member of the Educational Policy Committee and as a member of the Academic Support Program for the Student Athletes Advisory Committee. Dr. Loeb has a deep interest in the science of learning and faculty development; she has served as a Clinical Associate Professor in the School of Education as well as given numerous plenary and keynote presentations about learning and teaching at various teaching conferences and universities.
Dr. Loeb usually teaches General Psychology, Biological Psychology, Health Psychology and the Laboratory in College Teaching (graduate course). However, she has also taught the following courses at UNC: Abnormal Psychology, Honors Abnormal Psychology, Advanced Biological Psychology, Teaching of Psychology (General Psychology recitation leader training), Research Methods, Personality Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Social Psychology, Power Studying and the Science of Learning.