Newsroom Index | Media Relations | University Advancement | CSUDH Home
May 24, 2001
Contact: Tim Woodhull
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
State University, Dominguez Hills names Outstanding Professor
Dr. Lisa Gray-Shellberg, professor of Psychology, is the 2000-2001 Outstanding Professor at California State University, Dominguez Hills.
At CSU Dominguez
Hills since its founding, Gray-Shellberg calls teaching a learning process.
I looked at myself first as a professor
then I began thinking of
myself as a teacher.
then educator. And now, I look at myself as an intellectual
I became a college professor because it allowed me to continue learning; I love being a faculty member because so many opportunities to learn are available.
Gray-Shellberg founded the universitys professional development program and advisement center and recently helped develop a CD-ROM that addresses issues of academic integrity.
Gray-Shellberg has served as president of Psi Chi, The National Honor Society in Psychology that is the largest psychological association nationally and internationally.
Her election as
a Fellow of the American Psychological Association was given in
recognition of outstanding and unusual contributions to the science and profession of psychology.
Awards she has received include Lyle E. Gibson Distinguished Teacher at CSU Dominguez Hills, American College Testing (ACT) and National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) Certificate of Merit for Outstanding Advising, and the Outstanding Service Award from the Western Psychological Association.
A resident of Rancho Palos Verdes, Gray-Shellberg is married to Gordon E. Shellberg, owner of a pension actuarial consulting firm. They have a daughter, Kari, in real estate marketing and sales, and a son, Jeff, a student at the University of Washington.
may be obtained by contacting Tim Woodhull, director, Media Relations, at (310)