- Ph.D., Developmental Psychology, University of Minnesota, 1966
- M.A., Developmental Psychology, University of Minnesota, 1964
- B.A., Psychology, Barnard College, summa cum laude, 1962
Etaugh is Professor of Psychology, co-director of the Child Study Center, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and Interim Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, all at Bradley University. She has served in numerous other positions at Bradley, including Associate Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Director of the Master of Liberal Studies Program, Acting Associate Dean of the Graduate School, Acting Director of the Office for Research and Sponsored Program, and many others.
At Bradley University, Etaugh has served on over 25 committees. She remains contributing to University Senate, Campus Internationalization Advisory Committee, Academic Regulations and Degree Requirements Committee, and Strategic Planning Committee for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
Etaugh has published over 100 articles in such journals as Developmental Psychology, Child Development, Psychology of Women, Sex Roles, and the American Psychologist. She also is the author of four books in the fields of developmental psychology and the psychology of women. Etaugh has also served as an editor for many prestigious[which?] psychology publications.
- American Psychological Association, Fellow of Divisions 7 (Developmental Psychology) and 35 (Psychology of Women)
- American Psychological Society, Charter Member and Fellow
- Society of Research in Child Development
- Midwestern Psychological Association
- Illinois Association of Graduate Schools, secretary-treasurer, 1985–1986
Professional honors and awards
- American Council on Education Fellowship in Academic Administration, 1982–83
- Rothberg Award for Professional Excellence, 1978
- YWCA Outstanding Woman Leader Award for Education/Professions, 1982
- Phi Beta Kappa
- Phi Kappa Phi
- Sigma Xi
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- Etaugh's Curriculum Vitae, generously provided by Etaugh and Margaret Koehler