Dr. Kathryn Klement (they/them) has been at BSU since 2017, teaching courses primarily related to research methods, social and personality psychology, and sex and gender. Their major research interests include sexual violence, how transphobia relates to other systems of oppression, and transgender patients’ experiences in healthcare. They have also published work related to consensual BDSM (bondage/discipline, dominance/submission, and sadism/masochism), sexual consent, and sexual entitlement.
PhD in Social Psychology, Northern Illinois University
MA in Psychology, Concordia University Chicago
BA in Psychology/Political Science, Concordia University Chicago