May 31, 2012
Anna Grigorian-Routon has been named a Lecturer of Psychology at California Baptist University - Online and Professional Studies, effective May 2012.
Anna began her higher education at University of California, Riverside, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Anthropology in 2005. In 2008, she earned a Master of Science in Counseling Psychology from California Baptist University where specific areas of academic interest were studied, such as Marriage and Divorce and Relationships in Early Adulthood. She has experience teaching several classes in the field of Psychology including History and Systems of Psychology, General Psychology, Testing and Measurements, Lifespan Development, and Foundational Skills in Behavioral Science. Her education and experience as a guest lecturer at UCR and Mount San Antonio College and an adjunct professor at CBU have set Anna Grigorian-Routon up for a solid foundation as a Lecturer of Psychology at OPS.
Before beginning work at CBU, Anna was employed by the Riverside Unified School District as a Mental Health Intern where she was able to gain experience doing exactly what her graduate degree had trained her for.
In her spare time, Anna enjoys reading and archery. The study of European History is of great interest to her as well. One of her passions is mentoring college women as they navigate this period in their lives. A favorite scripture of hers is Romans 12:7, which says, "If your gift is serving others, serve well. If you are a teacher, teach well."
Anna and her husband, reside in Big Bear Lake, California.
California Baptist University Online & Professional Studies offers a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology degree-completion program. CBU’s B.A. in Psychology is tailored for the working adult, and prepares students with the skills, knowledge and confidence to develop professionally and personally. A widely recognized and respected degree within and beyond the region’s professional community, CBU’s B.A. in Psychology competitively positions individuals to advance in their existing careers, transition to new ones, and reach their professional goals.