Emma L. Linn
Dr. Linn is a professor of psychology. She has served St. Edward's University since the early 1970s and currently teaches Abnormal Psychology and Profiling Serial Killers. Dr. Linn has served in a number of administrative positions and on numerous committees during her tenure at the University.
Dr. Linn, a licensed psychologist, received her Bachelor's Degree from the University of Texas and was employed by the Houston School District where she helped establish classes for developmentally delayed children. She completed her Master and Doctorate Degrees at the University of Texas at Austin. As Senior Research Director and Associate Director of the Child Development Center Southwest, University of Texas, Dr. Linn assisted in directing the evaluation of Head Start in the US Southwest and conducted research in early childhood development.She has taught numerous courses at St. Edward's University and continues to focus on new areas of interest.
English, Some Spanish
Ph.D. in Educational Psychology at University of Texas, Austin, TX, 1966
M.A. in Educational Psychology at University of Texas, Austin, TX. 1964
B..A. in Psychology at University of Texas, Austin, TX. 1961