Faculty Profile: Eleanor Webber

Eleanor WebberFor Ellie Webber, the Green Mountains resonated visually with the mountains she knew growing up in North Carolina. So, when she was invited to join the Johnson State College faculty in 1989, she decided to make northern Vermont her home.

At JSC, Ellie most enjoys teaching Abnormal Psychology and Personality Theories. Abnormal Psych is fun, she says, because her students are so readily engaged by the subject matter, and it has so many applications to our experiences. Personality Theories, she feels, is a wonderful class to teach because the field is "endless and deep. It applies to so much, why we are the way we are." In fact, Ellie is planning an extended paper or, perhaps, a book on the topic of integrating personality theories.

When she isn't teaching, Ellie enjoys gardening and reading about a wide range of topics, from geography and economics to novels and books about celebrities.

Contact Information:

McClelland Hall, Room 107
802-635-1309, Eleanor.Webber@jsc.edu

Featured Publications

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Download Eleanor Webber's book, Healing the Fractures Between Personality Theories