Narmada Paul, Ph.D.
Department of Educational, School, and Counseling Psychology
241 Dickey Hall
Dr. Paul earned her PhD in Educational Studies from the Ohio State University in 2018. Her research focuses on understanding the link between motivation and cognition in technology-infused learning environments. Dr. Paul has been actively involved in several collaborative research projects that developed her interest in the following areas: motivation, argumentation, collaborative learning and learning environments. She has a strong foundation in developing and implementing educational interventions with an emphasis on teacher-researcher partnership. At OSU, Dr. Paul taught educational psychology at the undergraduate level. In India, she taught several undergraduate courses in psychology. At the University of Kentucky, Dr. Paul teaches graduate level courses on cognitive development, life-span human development, and research methods.