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Kim Monroe

Kim Monroe

Graduate Student

Psychological Sciences
Education and Behavioral Sciences

Contact Information


2020 - present Ph.D. - Educational Psychology. University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO 

2008 MA - English Literature. Mississippi State University. Starkville, MS 

2006 BA - English Literature and Secondary Education. University of Colorado, Boulder, CO 

Professional/Academic Experience

Kimberly received her BA and MA in English Literature and Education. She is currently working toward earning her Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from UNCO. Her research interests include working in a lab that is investigating effects from the pandemic on health care service providers and conducting her own research about the impacts of the pandemic mitigation protocols on university students’ mental health and academic outcomes. There is nothing that brings Kim more joy and satisfaction than being in the classroom with students and discussing the science of Psychology, along with her therapy dog, Caledonia (Callie).  

Research/Areas of Interest

Kim's research is focused on the COVID-19 pandemic and the impacts of the response measures taken on university student’s mental health and academic achievement.

Publications/Creative Works

Karlin, N. J., Weil, J., & Monroe, K. (2021). Experiences of Service Providers Working with Older Adults during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Journal of Loss and Trauma, 1-21. 

Karlin, N.J., Weil, J. & Monroe, K. (2021) Interpretive Description of Health Care Providers Working with Older Adults during the Pandemic: A Conceptual Model with Implications for Policy. Journal of Applied Gerontology.