Robert Morris University
Educational BackgroundPh.D., Sport & Exercise Psychology, West Virginia University, 2011Bachelor of Science, Psychology, Carnegie Mellon University, 2005Master of Science, Sport & Exercise Psychology, West Virginia University, 2008M.A., Counseling, West Virginia University, 2011
Area of Expertise/ResearchSport & Exercise PsychologyLife Skills DevelopmentCounselingStress, Coping, & WellnessLeadershipCollege Student Development
PublicationsMonda, S., Etzel, E.F., Shannon, V.S., & Wooding, C. (in submission). At-Risk Student-Athletes and Academic Achievement: Experiences of Successful and Unsuccessful First Year Football Players. Monda, S. (in submission). Smooth Transitions: The Role of Athletic Identity & Life Stress in the Student-Athlete Adjustment Process.Etzel, E.F. & Monda, S. (2010). Time Management. In Hanrahan, S. & Andersen, M. (Eds.) RoutledgeHandbook of Applied Sport Psychology: A Comprehensive Guide for Students and Practitioners. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.Ahlgren-Bedics, R. & Monda, S. (2009). Life Skills for Collegiate Student-Athletes: The Need and ModelPractices. In Etzel E.F., Ferrante, A.P., & Pinkney, J.W. (Eds.), Counseling and Psychological Services forCollege Student-Athletes. Morgantown, WV: Fitness Information Technology.
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