PhD, Capella University; MSc, Alabama A&M University; BSc, University of Alabama, Huntsville
Academic self-efficacy; social learning in minority college students; diversity training
Dr Ethridge is a behavioural science graduate professor with more than 12 years of teaching experience. She has designed training programmes for the Department of Human Resources to provide staff development and family counselling. She has taught at Alabama A&M University, and created and delivered career-assessment programmes and instructional material. She has published research, Academic self-efficacy and social role modeling in African American college students (2014), and published articles in local magazines (Cultural diversity in the classroom (2011), Social learning in the collegiate environment (2010), Drawing versus Pushing (2010)). She has been published in Women’s Weekly magazine, and Empty Philosophy, (2009) as well as Being in a social world, (2006). She joined Walden’s faculty in 2012 and teaches on its Applied Psychology courses.