Keith spent the past 13 years at the University of San Diego where he taught cross-cultural psychology, research methods and introductory psychology courses. He retired earlier this year.
He delivered the annual Clifford Fawl Lecture Series in Psychology. His lecture is titled, “Psychology, Liberal Arts and the 21st Century.”
Keith taught psychology at Nebraska Wesleyan from 1980 to 1999. His experience also includes teaching in Japan, Mexico and the United Kingdom.
The Clifford Fawl Lecture is named in honor of Dr. Clifford L. Fawl, a long-time NWU professor and chair of the Department of Psychology. The series brings in nationally-recognized speakers in the area of psychology.
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