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					S. Serena Shim, Ph.D
Assistant Professor Department of Educational Psychology Teachers College Ball State University Muncie, IN 46306 Telephone: 765-285-8515 Email: sshim@bsu.edu
EDUCATION 2001 – 2006 Ph.D., Educational Psychology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) Specialization: Child and Adolescent Development Chair: Dr. Allison Ryan Doctoral Candidate, Educational Psychology, Chung-Ang University, Seoul, Korea Completed coursework requirement and passed Qualifying Exam Master of Education, Educational Psychology, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea Bachelor of Education, Elementary Education, Seoul National University of Education, Seoul, Korea

1997 – 1999

1991 – 1994 1987 – 1991

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Assistant Professor Fall 2008-present Fall 2006 – Summer 2008 Teaching Assistant Spring 2005Spring 2006 Research Assistant University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Ball State University, Assistant Professor Northern Arizona University, Assistant Professor

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2001-2006

Adolescence Transition Lab, UIUC (research supervisor: Dr. Allison Ryan)

2001-2003

Center for Parent-Child Studies, UIUC (research supervisor: Dr. Eva Pomerantz)

Visiting Lecturer 1997 – 2001 Chung-Ang University, Seoul, Korea Courses taught: Educational Psychology, Educational Methods and Technology Kang-Nam University, Suwon, Korea Courses taught: Developmental Psychology Dae-Jin University, Pocheon, Korea Courses taught: Curriculum and Evaluation Seo-Won University, Chungju, Korea Courses taught: Introduction to Psychology, Educational Psychology

1997 – 2000 1999 – 2000 1997 – 2000 Teacher 1993 – 1997 2000 – 2001 1991 – 1993

Youngsin Elementary School, Seoul, Korea Certified Classroom Teacher Miyang Elementary School, Seoul, Korea Certified Classroom Teacher

Teaching Staff Summer, 1999 Summer, 1999 Seoul Teacher Training Center, Seoul, Korea Course taught: Performance Assessment Teacher Retraining Center, Seoul National University of Education, Course taught: Extra Curriculum

AWARDS, GRANTS, AND HONORS

2007 2006 2004 2004 2004

NAU Intramural Research Grant AERA Motivation SIG Paul Pintrich Memorial Award William Chandler Bagley Doctoral Scholar, UIUC AERA Special Interest Group (Motivation in Education) Travel Grant AERA Division E Graduate Student Fellowship

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2002-2004 2002-2003 2001 2000 1998 1998 1996 1996 1987-1990

Graduate College Conference Travel Grants, University of Illinois Verdell Frazier Young Awards, Office of Women’s Program, UIUC Recruitment Fellowship, UIUC Invited as a representative of Korean teachers, Educational Technology Seminar by MASHAV Program (June, 2000-July 2000, in Jerusalem, Israel), Israel Embassy in Seoul, Korea Alumni Scholarship, Chung-Ang University, Seoul, Korea Research Enhancement Scholarship, Chung-Ang University, Seoul, Korea Excellent Teacher Award, Seoul South District Office of Education, Seoul, Korea Excellent Record Award, Seoul Teacher Training Center, Seoul, Korea University Fellowship for Distinguished Students, Seoul National University of Education, Seoul, Korea

PUBLICATIONS Ryan, A., Shim, S. S., uThando, S. L., Kiefer, S. M., & Thompson, G. (in press). Do Gender Differences in Help Avoidance Vary by Race?: An Examination of African American and European American Students During Early Adolescence, Developmental Psychology. Shim, S. S., Ryan, A., & Anderson, C. J. (2008). Achievement goals and achievement during early adolescence: Examining time-varying predictor and outcome variables in growth-curve analysis. Journal of Educational Psychology, 100(3), 655-671. Ryan, A., & Shim, S. S.(2008). Young adolescents’ social achievement goals: Implications for social adjustment in middle school. Journal of Educational Psychology, 100(3), 672-687. Pomerantz, E., & Shim, S. S. (2008). Goals: Trade Offs. J. Shah., & W. Gardner (Eds.). Handbook of Motivation Science (pp. 393 - 404). N.Y: Guilford. Ryan, A., & Shim, S. S. (2006). Social Achievement Goals: The nature and consequences of different orientations toward social competence, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 32(9), 1246-1263. Shim, S. S., & Ryan, A. (2005). Changes in Self-Efficacy, Challenge Avoidance, and Intrinsic Value in Response to Grades: The Role of Achievement Goals. The Journal of Experimental Education, 73(4), 333-349. Ryan, A., Patrick, H., & Shim, S. S. (2005). Differential Profiles of Students Identified by Their Teacher as Having Avoidant, Appropriate or Dependent Help-seeking Tendencies in the Classroom, Journal of Educational Psychology, 97(2), 275-285. Shim, S. S. (1999). The Relation between Empathy and Pro-social Behavior, Journal of International Women’s Studies, Institute of International Women’s Studies in Chung Ang University.

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Kim-Chung, J., Shim, S. S., & Cho, K. (1999). University Culture from the Perspectives of Student Circle Activities: A Case of Seoul National University of Education, Journal of Student Guidance, v.25, Student Guidance Center in Seoul National University of Education. CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS Shim, S. S. & Ryan, A. (Aug, 2009). Growth Trajectories of Help Seeking from Peers During Early Adolescence. Poster will be presented at APA convention. Ryan, A., Shim, S. S., & Thompson, G. (Aug, 2009). Variations in the Development of Motivation among African American and European American Youth during Early Adolescence. Poster will be presented at APA convention. Shim, S. S., & Ryan, A. (March, 2008). Change in Help Seeking from Peers During Early Adolescence: Influences on Achievement and Relations to Features of the Classroom Environment. Paper presented at 89th Annual Meeting of AERA, New York, NY. Ryan, A., & Shim, S. S., uThandi, S., & Kiefer, S. (April, 2007). Differences Between African American and European American Girls’ Academic Help Seeking During Early Adolescence. Paper presented at 88th Annual Meeting of AERA, Chicago, IL. Shim, S., & Ryan, A. (April, 2006). The Development of Achievement Goals and the Impact of Achievement Goals on the Developmental Trajectories of Engagement, Motivation, and Achievement during Early Adolescence. Poster presented at 87th Annual Meeting of AERA, San Francisco, CA. Shim, S., & Ryan, A. (April, 2004). Effects of Achievement Goal Orientation on Young Adolescent Students’ Motivation, Engagement and Achievement. Poster presented at 85th Annual Meeting of AERA, San Diego, CA. Pomerantz, E., Shim, S. Wang, Q., & Ng., F. (April, 2003). The Tradeoffs of Investment in valued Goals: Happy but Worried. Paper presented at 70th Biennial Meeting of SRCD, Tampa, FL. Ryan, A., Shim, S., & Kiefer, S. (April, 2003). The Role of Peer Group: Motivational Context in the Development of Young Adolescent Students’ Achievement Beliefs and Behaviors. Paper presented 84th Annual Meeting of AERA, Chicago, IL. Shim, S., & Ryan, A. (April, 2003). How Do Achievement Goal Orientations and Exam Feedback Relate to changes in Students’ Motivation? Poster presented at 70th Biennial Meeting of SRCD, Tampa, FL. Ryan, A., Kiefer, S., & Shim, S. (April, 2002). Why do students avoid help-seeking in the classroom? Paper presented at 83rd Annual Meeting of AERA, New Orleans, LA.

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PAPERS CURRENTLY IN PROGRESS Ryan, A.., Shim, S. S., Thompson, G. (in progress a). The Changes in Motivation, Engagement, and Achievement During Early Adolescence Around Middle School Transition. Shim, S. S., & Ryan, A. (in progress b). Change in Help Seeking from Peers During Early Adolescence: Influences on Achievement and Relations to Features of the Classroom Environment. Shim, S. S., & Ryan, A. (in progress c). Trade offs of asking help to high achievers: the impact on students’ achievement, intrinsic value, and self consciousness. Ryan & Shim (in progress d). Admirers characteristics and adolescents’ engagement and achievement at school.

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
2008 2007-2008 2007 -2008 2007 -2008 Spring, 2007 Spring, 2007 2005 – present 2005 – present 1997-2000 1987-1990 Search committee, Department of educational psychology, NAU Internal Review Board Committee, Alternate Member, NAU The Scholarship/Award Committee, NAU Curriculum and Instruction Doctoral Program Steering Committee, NAU Task Force for Improving Teaching Evaluation, Educational Psychology, NAU Search Committee for Assistant professor position in Educational Psychology, NAU Ad Hoc Reviewer, Journal of Educational Psychology Conference proposal reviewer for American Educational Research Association, Motivation in Education SIG External Consultant Korean Council of UNESCO, Seoul, Korea Volunteer Teacher, Sung-Su night school for economically challenged adolescents, Seoul, Korea

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATION Society for the Research in Adolescence (SRA) Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) Society for American Educational Research Association (AERA) American Psychological Association (APA)

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REFERENCES

Dr. Allison Ryan Associate Professor Educational Psychology 1310 S. 6th St. 708 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Champaign IL 61820 Email: ryan2@uiuc.edu Phone: (217) 333-8644 Dr. Carolyn J. Anderson Associate Professor Educational Psychology 1310 S. 6th St. MC 708 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Champaign IL 61820 Email: canderso@cyrus.psych.uiuc.edu Phone: (217) 244-3537

Dr. Eva Pomerantz Professor Department of Psychology, 611 Psychology BLDG., 603 E. Daniel St. Champaign, IL 61820 Email: epomeran@s.psych.uiuc.edu Phone: (217) 244-2538

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