Present - PhD Student, Environmental Psychology, University of Groningen
2015 - Master of Science in Psychology, minor in Human Dimensions of Natural Resources and the Environment, The Pennsylvania State University
2012 - Bachelor of Science in Psychology, magna cum laude, minors in Geography; Sustainability and Environmental Studies, York College of Pennsylvania
Swim, J. K., Vescio, T. K., Dahl, J. L., & Zawadzki, S. J. (2018). Gendered discourse about climate change policies. Global Environmental Change, 48, 216-225.
Zawadzki, S. J., Mainzer, S., McLaughlin, R. A., & Luloff, A. E. (2017). Close, but not too close: Landmarks and their influence on housing values. Land Use Policy, 62, 351-360.
Zawadzki, S. J., Schwartz, F., Larson, E., Blair, J. C. E., and Newton, J. N. (2016) Understanding Recycling while Tailgating: Applying an Information-Motives-Behavior Skills (IMB) Approach. In Leal Filho, W. and Zint, M. (Eds.), The Contribution of Social Sciences to Sustainable Development at Universities. Zurich, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing.
Swim, J. K., Zawadzki, S. J., Cundiff, J. L., and Lord, B. (2014). Environmental identity and community support for preservation of open space. Human Ecology Review, 20.
Swim, J. K., Geiger, N., & Zawadzki, S. J. (2014). Psychology and energy use policies. Policy Insights from Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 1(1), 180-188.
Popular audience publications
Zawadzki, T. J., Zawadzki, S. J., & Cisowski, M. A. (2017). How to deal with reality when we're not built to. In B. Krajewski, & J. Heter (Eds.), The man in the high castle and philosophy: Subversive reports from another reality (pp. 199-208). (Popular culture and philosophy; Vol. 111). Chicago, Illinois: Open Court Publishing.
2015-2016 - Data analyst for FactWorks LLC, a high-end marketing and consulting firm for Blue Chip and FinTech clients in Silicon Valley (Bay Area, California, USA)
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