Certificate in Effective College Instruction, Association of College and University
Certificate in Compression Planning, McNellis Institute
Distance education, eSports, introduction to psychology, cognitive psychology, research methods, history and systems of psychology
My current research agenda involves short interval timing research, mostly focusing on the effects of attention on time perception. I'm also currently researching predictive factors of online student success. Finally, I'm investigating how varsity eSports membership affects student outcomes compared to traditional athletes in a collegiate atmosphere.
Borawski, S., et al. "Chapter 14 eSports." Governance in Sport: Analysis and Application, by Bonnie
Tiell and Kerri Cebula, Human Kinetics, 2021, pp. 246-260.
Borawski, S. (2009). Autism. Parenting Center magazine, E-ZINE.
Borawski, S. (2006). TIME OUT: The effects of breaks on temporal reproduction. OhioLINK ETD Center.
Ayala, C., & Borawski, S., Miller, J. (2006). Using a metronome to measure consciousness: Wilhelm Wundt's search for the components of consciousness. Science & Education 17(5), 525-535.
Mejri S., Borawski, S., Hernandez, D. (2019). Predictors of Persistence and Success in Online Education: A Student Perspective, Online Learning Consortium Conference, Lake Buena Vista, FL.
Borawski, S., Maus M., Nowak S., Mejri S., & Majoy J. (2013). Online Near-Peer Helps Students Persevere. Sloan Consortium International Conference on Online Learning, Lake Buena Vista, FL.
Borawski, S. (2010). Saving Students: Building a truly flexible classroom. Workshop presentation, Twelfth Annual Mid-Atlantic Teaching of Psychology Conference, Largo, MD.
Borawski, S. (2010). Autism and Communication, A look at some current research. Workshop presentation, Mid-Atlantic Consortium for Human Services, Arundel Mills, MD.
Grossman, RB; Edelson, L.; Rubinstein, LB; Lomibao, J.; Borawski, S. & Tager-Flusberg, H. (2008). Production of Emotional Prosody and Facial Expressions in Adolescents with Autism. Poster presentation at the International Meeting for Autism Research, London, England.
AWARDS & HONORS
Elected Senator, AACC, The Faculty Organization (2009-2012)
Board Member and Treasurer, Robert A. Pascal Youth and Family Services (2010-2012)
Board Member, Center for the Study of Local Issues (2011-2012)
Designs for Learning Grant (2009)
Board Member, Cape Kids Corner Child Care Center (2010-2011)
Ph.D. in Philosophy, Bowling Green State University (in progress)
M.A. in Psychology, Bowling Green State University (2006)
B.S. in Psychology, Lake Erie College (2002)