Higher Education Trainers
Korrel Kanoy, Ph.D.
Korrel Kanoy has been a college professor for 29 years and has taught emotional intelligence to college students for over 10 years. Dr. Kanoy is certified to administer and provide feedback on individual and 3600
instruments related to Emotional Intelligence, Leadership Styles and Organizational Climate, and she is a certified trainer for the Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQ-i). In addition to serving as Professor of Psychology and Child Development at Peace College, Korrel has held numerous academic positions at Peace including Director of Assessment, Program Coordinator for Psychology, Faculty Moderator, Associate Dean and Dean. She has won several awards at Peace including the McCormick Distinguished Teaching Award, the Alumnae Distinguished Professor award, and the Bingham Award for Excellence in Campus Leadership. She led the effort at Peace College to infuse an EI framework into the first-year experience course and incorporate EQ-i testing and individual interpretations for all first year students.
A psychology major at the University of Richmond, Dr. Kanoy earned her master’s and doctoral degrees from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville where she studied Child Development and Family Relationships. She has published articles and book chapters related to parent-child interaction and outcomes for children. More recently, her scholarly interests have turned to emotional intelligence and she is currently conducting research related to emotional intelligence, retention and academic performance of first-year students. In the late 1990s her work with college psychology majors preparing for the job market led her to incorporate emotional intelligence components into a senior capstone course and since that time, Emotional Intelligence (LEA 344) has been taught on the Peace College campus.
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EQ-i: Higher Education The new EQ-i ® Higher Education Report (EQ-i HEd) is the product of many years spent working with campuses to fine tune the EQ-i reporting options to meet the specific needs of Higher Education staff and faculty.
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