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Name: Sandy Venneman
Position/Title: Associate Professor
Work Address: University of Houston-Victoria
3007 North Ben Wilson
Victoria, Texas 77901
Work Telephone: 361-570-4848 Work Email: vennemans@uhv.edu

Educational Background/Training

  • Post Doctorate work University of California,  Researching Antidepressant treatment response & correlates of substance abuse & treatment success,  1999 
  • Ph.D. Saint Louis University,  Experimental Psychology,  1996 
  • M.S. Saint Louis University,  Experimental Psychology,  1992 
  • B.A. Univeristy of Missouri,  Biology,  1981 
  • A.A. Saint Louis Community College at Meramec,  Chemistry,  1979 
  • State of Missouri Lifetime Teaching (Biology/Chemistry) , 1981-1982

Relevant Teaching Experience

  • Consultant, Reuters (2008 - Now)
  • Associate Professor, Arts & Sciences, University of Houstonn - Victoria (1999 - Now)
  • Post-Doctoral Fellow, Univeristy of California, Neuropsychiatric Institute (1997 - 1999)
  • Adjunct Faculty, St. Louis University (1994 - 1997)
  • Chemistry Laboratory Supervisor, St. Louis University (1986 - 1997)
  • Faculty, Notre Dame High School (1982 - 1986)
  • Instructor, University of Missouri (1981)
  • Horse Show Manager, Sandy Venneman (1980 - Now)

Academic Scholarship/Research/Creative Endeavors

    Articles

  • Venneman, S. S. , Westphal, R. & Perez, J. (2009). Cheap but not too dirty: The value of chemistry demonstrations in teaching neuronal physiology to psychology majors. European Journal of Social Sciences, 12(1), 127-134.
  • Swaidan, Z. , Khanfar, . & Venneman, S. (2008). Moral ideologies and academic dishonesty. European Journal of Management., 8(4), 160-164.
  • Le Sage, T. , Venneman, S. , Patton, B. & Hallock, D. (2008). business undergraduate personality temperaments, student electronic activity and selected demographic characteristics on course achievement in an on-line university learning environment. European Journal od Social Sciences, 5(4), 8-20.
  • Venneman, S. S. , Narnor-Harris, P. , Perish, P. & Hamilton, M. (2008). 'Allow natural death' verses 'do not resuscitate': three words that can change a life. Journal of Medical Ethics, 34(2), 2-6.
  • Venneman, S. S. , Leuchter, A. , Bartzokis, G. , Beckson, M. , & Simon, S. (2006). Neurophysiologic correlates of treatment trial attrition in cocaine-dependant subjects. Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, 18(2), 208-216.
  • Venneman, S. S. & Knowles, L. (2005). Sniffing Out Alternatives to Live Animal Labs: Sniffy the Virtual Rat. Teaching Of Psychology, 32(1), 66-68.
  • Hallock, D. , Salazar, R. & Venneman, S. (2004). Demographic and Attitudinal Correlates of Employee Satisfaction with an ESOP.. British Journal Of Management, 15(4), 321-333.
  • Hallock, D. , Salazar, R. & Venneman, S. (2003). A Research Model to Investigate the Organizational Impact of an ESOP. International Journal Of Sociology And Social Policy, 23(12), 47-62.
  • Venneman, S. S. , Anch, M. & Dyche, J. (1997). Psychophysiological measures of anesthetic depth. Psychobiology, 25(2), 171-179.