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Elizabeth Matthews, Ph.D

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Elizabeth Matthews, Ph.D

Assistant Professor

School/Division
Office
25 Broadway 7-72
Phone Number: 
(212) 925-6625 x260
Fax: 
(212) 925-0963
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Elizabeth Matthews is an Assistant Professor in Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences at City College. Prior to a full-time appointment in academia, she worked in a NICU follow up program at the Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital, providing psychometric and developmental assessments to children born prematurely and was a research assistant at the Center for Children and Families at Columbia University’s Teachers College. Her research interests center on children’s development, educational environments, and mental health in young people as well as using machine learning techniques to explore issues in social science.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Education
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Matthews has a B.A. in Psychology from New York University, an M.A. in Education from Columbia University Teacher's College and a Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology from the CUNY Graduate Center.

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Courses Taught
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Prof. Matthews teaches a variety of courses both face-to-face and fully online in psychology, sociology and education, including: Child Development, Child Psychopathology, Sociology of Education, Child Poverty, Introduction to Interdisciplinary Studies and also occasionally teaches in the psychology department for the School of Professional Studies, CUNY. 

 

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Publications
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Matthews, E. (2018). The physical environment of the early childhood learning center: A key to quality education. In. S. Alterator & C. Deed (Eds). School Space and its Occupation: The Conceptualization and Evaluation of a New Generation Learning Spaces. Leiden: Brill Publishers. pp 88-105.

 

Lippman, P.C. & Matthews, E. (2018) Re-imagining the open classroom. In. S. Alterator & C. Deed (Eds). School Space and its Occupation: The Conceptualization and Evaluation of a New Generation Learning Spaces. Leiden: Brill Publishers. pp 63-85.

 

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