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About Reed M. Mueller, Ph.D.

In addition to my undergraduate and graduate teaching responsibilities, I am co-chair for research and evaluation on 3 to PhD, which is a collective impact initiative designed to create safer, healthier, and more educated communities. The goal of 3 to PhD is to close the opportunity gap for the most vulnerable children and families in the community around Faubian K-8 school and Concordia University. Our team's work centers on designing and implementing the initiative-wide evaluation and securing the longitudinal data to support additional research across the University. As part of our work in this project, our lab has periodic openings for psychology student interns, typically at the graduate level.


Present Professor, Concordia University - Portland

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Honors and Awards

  • "Best Faculty, College of Arts and Sciences" - 2014, 2015, 2017 (Student Voted Award)


  • Graduate: Introduction to Program Evaluation
  • Graduate: Intervention and Prevention
  • Graduate: Social Research Methods
  • Undergraduate: Principles of Psychology (Honors)
  • Undergraduate: Thesis Prep, Thesis I, Thesis II
  • Undergraduate: Introduction to Clinical Psychology
  • Undergraduate: Theories of Personality
  • Undergraduate: Abnormal Psychology
  • Undergraduate: Human Sexuality


1996 - 1998 Post-Doctoral Residency, Chief Resident, Oregon Health and Science University ‐ Medical Psychology
1992 - 1996 PhD (Clinical Psychology), Brigham Young University ‐ Psychology
1988 - 1991 BA (Psychology), Pacific Christian College

Research Works (10)

Lab for Community and Social Change (1)

Book Chapters (1)

My Students - Conference Presentations (5)

My Students - Masters Thesis Projects (9)