Nate Sutter

Nate Sutter

Assistant Teaching Professor of Educational Psychology

Curriculum Vitae

Phone:765-285-8500

Room:TC 530

Department: Department of Educational Psychology


About Nate Sutter

Nate Sutter is an Assistant Teaching Professor in Educational Psychology and has been working at Ball State since 2016. He also has experience teaching part-time psychology courses at various other post-secondary institutions. Currently, Nate teaches developmental and statistical courses.

Professional Experience

Assistant Teaching Professor in Educational Psychology (2017 – present). Department of Educational Psychology, Ball State UniversityInstructor of Educational Psychology (2016 – 2017). Department of Educational Psychology, Ball State University

Education

Ph.D. in Educational Psychology, 2014

Ball State University

M.A. in Cognitive and Social Processes, 2011

Ball State University

B.S., 2009

Defiance College

Research and Publications

Sutter, N., & Holtgraves, T. (2013). Perceptions of public mobile phone conversations and conversationalists. Telematics and Informatics, 30(2), 158 - 164.

Sutter, N., & Paulson, S. (2016). Predicting college students’ intentions to graduate: A test of the Theory of Planned behavior. College Student Journal, 50(3), 409 – 421.