University of Houston-Clear Lake:
--Professor of Psychology and Women's Studies
--Applied Social Issues Director, Psychology Master's Program
--Director of Undergraduate Psychology

Brief Bio-
Dr. Kim Case is a social psychologist by training and applies critical race theory, feminist theory, queer theory, and intersectional theory to her teaching, research, and service to the profession, on campus, and in the surrounding community.

She is Professor in the Psychology and Women's Studies programs in the School of Human Sciences and Humanities and Director of the Applied Social Issues graduate sub-plan. 

As an active member of the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI, APA Division 9), she served as the Early Career Scholars Chair, Teaching and Mentoring Committee Chair, Council Member, Executive Council Member, and Program Chair for the 2008 Convention in Chicago and the 2014 Convention in Portland, Oregon. She currently serves as SPSSI representative on the American Psychological Association Council of Representatives (APA COR). In 2014, she was awarded the honor of being named a Fellow of the American Psychological Association.

Her research focuses on privilege awareness, intersectional theory, prejudice reduction, ally behavior, the impact of social identity, and pedagogical effectiveness. 

Educational Background-
Ph.D., Psychology, University of Cincinnati            
Graduate certicificate in Women's Studies
Graduate certificate in Preparing Future Faculty

M.A. Psychology, University of Cincinnati

B.A.  Psychology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville