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Kiri Li Stauch

Instructor of Humanities

Kiri Li Stauch

Kiri Li Stauch Unity College Faculty

Kiri Li Stauch has her Bachelor of Arts degrees in Anthropology and Psychology from Illinois Wesleyan University (IWU), Bloomington, Illinois. While at IWU she conducted research looking at the domestic dogs’ understanding of human intentions and goal-oriented behavior. She also conducted research with rats looking at the influence of exercise on learning.  

She has a Master of Science degree in Primate Behavior and Ecology from Central Washington University (CWU), Ellensburg, Washington. Most recently she achieved a Master of Science degree in Psychology from Oklahoma State University (OSU), Stillwater, Oklahoma. Currently she is working on my doctorate in Psychology. 

While at CWU, she conducted research in China where she studied tourist-Tibetan macaque interactions. Specifically, her thesis research was based on observational data of aggressive and stress behaviors exhibited by the Tibetan macaques following interactions with tourists. While at OSU, she conducted honey bee research in Puerto Rico where she compared a novel vapor ethanol delivery method to the traditional ethanol dosing method. She enjoys teaching students about psychology and animal behavior.


Credentials

MS in Primate Behavior and Ecology and MS in Psychology