Jerry Wilde is the dean of the School of Education and a professor of educational psychology.
Wilde has received several awards, including the Chancellor’s Faculty Award and the Excellence in Research Award. His most recent book is “Hot Stuff to Help Kids: A Guide for Angry, Anxious or Stressed Students.”
He received his Ph.D. in educational psychology with emphasis in developmental neurolinguistics from Marquette University, his Ed.S. from the University of Northern Iowa, and his Bachelor of Arts in psychology and business management from Luther College.
Areas of Expertise
Educational psychology, adolescent development, cognitive behavior therapy with children and adolescents, frustration tolerance.