Dr. Bartoszuk earned her B.S. in Psychology summa cum laude and her M.S. in Counseling
Psychology (Mental Health Concentration) at Texas A&M – Central Texas. She received
her Ph.D. in Human Development and Family Studies at Auburn University. Her research
interests focus on emerging adulthood, identity development during adolescence and
the transition to adulthood, transition to college, and family relationships. Dr.
Bartoszuk started working at ETSU in 2005 as a professor in the HDAL department and
currently serves as Associate Dean in the School of Graduate Studies. Within this
function, she oversees admissions, scholarships, awards, matriculation, and graduation.
She is the editor of Illuminated: A Graduate Student Research Magazine. Before coming
to ETSU, she served as faculty member and as the Child and Adolescent State Specialist
at North Dakota State University for three years. In this position, she received numerous
federal and state grants and implemented and evaluated programs for children and adolescents
and their families.
Dr. Bartoszuk has been published in numerous journals and authored a book titled:Influences
on identity development: An exploratory study.