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Karin  Bartoszuk, PhD

Associate Dean of Graduate Studies
423-439-4704 /
Burgin-Dossett Hall Room 309-C




  • 2002, Auburn University, Ph.D. (Human Development and Family Studies)
  • 1996, Tarleton Central Texas, M.S. (Counseling Psychology)
  • 1995, Tarleton Central Texas (formerly University of Central Texas), B.S. (Psychology, summa cum laude)


  • Transition to adulthood
  • Identify development during adolescence and young adulthood
  • College student retention
  • Family influences on development


  • 2010 - present, Associate Professor, ETSU
  • 2005 - 2010, Assistant Professor, ETSU
  • 2002 - 2005, Child and Adolescent Extension Specialist, Assistant Professor, NDSU


  1. Bartoszuk, K. & Randall, B. (2011). Characteristics and Perceptions of 4-H Participants: Gender and Age Differences across Adolescence. Journal of Extension [On-Line], 49(3) Article 3FEA6.
  2. Bartoszuk, K. & Pittman, J. (2010). Does family structure matter A domain specifice examination of identity exploration and commitment. Youth & Society. 42(2), 155-173.
  3. Bartoszuk, K. & Pittman, J. (2010). Profiles of identity exploration and commitment across Domains. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 19(4), 444-50. doi: 10.1007/s10826-009-9315-5
  4. Gann, R. & Bartoszuk, K. (2009). If u txt 2 much, duz it mean u cant spell: Exploring the connection between SMS use and lowered performance in spelling. The International Journal of the Book, 7(2), 69-78.
  5. Bartoszuk, K. (2009). Influences on Identity Development: An exploratory study. Köhn, Germany: Lambert Academic Publishing.


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