Kieth Carlson came to Valparaiso University in 2003. He teaches statistics, human cognition, and professional development classes. He has published in the area of visual attention and “learning without awareness.” His most recent publications focus on teaching effectiveness and college student study habits. He has also written an introductory statistics text encouraging an active learning approach. When not working, he enjoys playing disc golf and spending time with his wife, Ann, and son, Gerrit.
M.A., Ph.D. – University of Nebraska (1997)
B.A. – Gustavus Adolphus College