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Catherine Borshuk

2155 Wiekamp Hall
(574) 520-4122


Research interests are:

psychology of social movement participants

prejudice and inter-group relations

immigrant issues

women’s achievement

Courses Taught

Women and Madness

Women: A Psychological Perspective

Social Psychology

Research Methods (Experimental/Non-Experimental/Graduate Program Evaluation)

History and Systems of Psychology

Advanced Laboratory in Social Psychology

Selected Publications

Borshuk, C. (2006). Introducing diverse perspectives into research methods classes.  Teaching of Psychology, 33(4), 256-258.

Coryn, C.L.S., & Borshuk, C. (2006). Scope of justice for Muslim Americans: Moral exclusion in the aftermath of 9/11. The Qualitative Report, 11(3), 586-604.

Borshuk, C. (2004). An interpretive investigation into motivations for outgroup activism. The Qualitative Report 9(2), 301-319.

Borshuk, C., & Cherry, F. (2004). Keep the tool-box open for social justice. Analysis of Social Issues and Public Policy, 4(1), 195-202.

Honors and Awards

2005 - Faculty Colloquium on Excellence in Teaching

2004 - Indiana University Trustees’ Teaching Award

2003 - UCET/FACET travel grant

2002 - Faculty Research Grant