Stuart Karabenick

Research Professor

Stuart  Karabenick, School of Education

In addition to his U-M appointment, Stuart Alan Karabenick is professor emeritus of psychology at Eastern Michigan University. His research interests focus on student and teacher motivation and self-regulated learning. Research projects in progress include a longitudinal study of Hispanic students' aspirations and continued participation in the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) pipeline, Middle-Eastern students’ experiences in U.S. middle school classrooms, and interventions designed to improve the motivation and learning of students in college classes. He is currently an associate editor of Learning and Instruction, and was previously coordinator of the Motivation and Emotion SIG of the European Association for Learning and Instruction from which he has received a lifetime achievement award. He received his PhD in personality and developmental psychology from the University of Michigan.

Karabenick teaches courses in the following program(s):
Combined Program in Education and Psychology

 

Affiliations

Grants


9/15/2015 - ongoing Hispanics in the Pipeline: Foundations of Persistence from Middle School to STEM Careers
Granting Agency: University of California-Irvine/NSF

9/15/2014 - ongoing iEvolve with STEM: Inquiry and Engagement to invigorate and Optimize Learning For Everyone
Granting Agency: Bowling Green State University/NSF

2/10/2009 - 1/10/2012 Math and Science Partnership - Motivation Assessment Program II (MSP-MAP II) Teacher Motivation Professional Development - a National Science Foundation grant
Granting Agency: National Science Foundation

2/2/2009 - 1/10/2010 PRISM Survey Technical Assistance - a Georgia Institute of Technology/National Science Foundation grant
Granting Agency: Georgia Institute of Technology/National Science Foundation

8/1/2007 - 7/31/2009 Middle Eastern Adolescents' Social Identity, Experience Inclusion, and Perceived School Academic Culture: Implications for Adaptive School Policies and Practices - a University of Toledo grant
Granting Agency: Spencer Foundation

2/5/2007 - 9/30/2007 Team-Math and MSP-MAP (U-M) Quantitative Data Collaboration - an Auburn University/National Science Foundation grant
Granting Agency: Auburn University/National Science Foundation


Contact

Room 1400 D
734.678.6221 skaraben@umich.edu