College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
School of Psychology
Donna Busarow is a University Professor who works with students, colleagues, and individuals to assist with time management and organization. She has actively educated others for over 25 years. Recently she worked in clinical practice specializing in marriage and family and all aspects of psychological testing. In the past she has worked collaboratively with team members in developing curriculum for the online environment as well as provided expert advice on curriculum content, time management, and organization. Her most recent expertise has been in the area of image consulting where she provides advice to women of all ages in regard to style, overall image, and developing a strong sense of self.
She has been active in the field of education for the past twenty five years as an administrator, counselor, consultant, and professor. She holds a doctorate in Psychology from Capella University with a specialization in Marriage and Family, a Masters of Education in Guidance and Counseling from Bowie State University, and an undergraduate degree in Psychology from Campbell University. She is currently a University Professor, Certified Guidance Counselor, Speaker, and Trainer.
PSYC 4010 - Capstone
PSYC 2000 - Psychology Seminar
MEd, Bowie State University
Grace Lutheran Church Music Ministry, Volunteer
Busarow, D. M. (2016). 2016- Book Review of Janet Salmons (2016). Doing qualitative research online. Thousand Oaks, CA: . Journal of Social, Behavioral and Health Sciences.
Busarow, D. M. (2015). Time's Up.
Busarow, D. M., Atiyeh, S., Laurr, D. (2017). Strategies for Success: Helping Online Students with Time Management and Technology Concerns. University of Phoenix.