Dr. Kathryn Klement, assistant professor of psychology
(218) 755-2848, kathryn.klement@bemidjistate.edu
Bensen Hall 410; Box #35

Dr. Kathryn Klement (they/them) is an Assistant Professor of Psychology of Women & Gender at Bemidji State University.  Their primary teaching interests are human sexuality, gender, and research methods.  Their major research interests include sexual violence, how transphobia relates to other systems of oppression, and transgender patients’ experiences in healthcare.  Additionally, they have published work related to consensual BDSM (bondage/discipline, dominance/submission, and sadism/masochism), sexual consent, and sexual entitlement.  They have also served as co-advisor for The Phoenix student group since Fall 2018. 

Dr. Kate Larson, associate professor of psychology
(218) 755-2803, kate.larson@bemidjistate.edu
Bensen Hall 409; Box #35

Dr. Kate Larson (she/her) is an Associate Professor of Psychology and Online Program Coordinator at Bemidji State University. Her primary teaching interests are stress and coping, positive psychology, abnormal psychology, and human sexuality. Her major research interests include applications of positive psychologyonline teaching and learning, and empathyShe has also served as advisor/co-advisor for The Phoenix student group since Fall 2015.