McIntosh joined the faculty in the department of psychology at the University of Denver in 1992 and was promoted to full professor in 2007. Between 2008 and 2012 he served as director of the University's Honors Program where he advanced a liberal arts education for highly academically qualified students. In 2012 he was elected chair of the department of psychology, which is the largest grant-receiving department at DU.
McIntosh is also the founding director of DU’s Emotion and Coping Lab where he and his students conduct research on emotions, coping and the psychology of religion. He is the author of more than 70 scholarly articles and the recipient of 13 research grants from extramural funding sources.
An alumnus of DU, he received his BA in psychology summa cum laude from DU. He holds an MA and a PhD from the University of Michigan.
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More about Dr. Tague
Tague is a professor of history and has taught at DU since 1997. She is a specialist in early modern British history, with a particular interest in cultural and gender history. She is the author of two books, Animal Companions: Pets and Social Change in Eighteenth-Century Britain (2015), and Women of Quality: Accepting and Contesting Ideals of Femininity in England, 1690-1760 (2002).
Tague was co-chair of the Undergraduate Academic Experience Strategic Positioning Committee, which was subsequently folded into the Renew DU committee. She served on the General Education Review Committee that introduced the common curriculum, and she spent four years on the Marsico Steering Committee during which she coordinated the “Depth Cell” to improve academic rigor. She was co-chair for the Committee on Acquisition, Discovery and Application of Knowledge during DU's 2010 accreditation, and worked successfully with other faculty to keep a significant portion of materials on site at the Anderson Academic Commons.
Tague has a PhD from Brown University. As associate dean, she works on internal AHSS functions. Her main areas of responsibility include oversight of graduate and undergraduate curriculum and advising, faculty development and student engagement.
Ingrid Tague's Responsibilities
Strategic oversight of curriculum
New Faculty Mentor Program
Asst. faculty, assoc. faculty, and graduate student research groups & workshops
Foreign Language (FOLA) equivalency courses for students
Internal & external grant review
External grant proposals before they go to OSRP
Graduate student professional development applications
Student conduct, concerns, complaints (Escalated undergraduate and graduate advising)
Undergraduate quarterly orientations, registration, Discoveries Week (coordinate with departments)
Changes to major/minor requirements
Academic exceptions petitions
Incompletes (over 1 year)
Grade changes approval after departments
AI/SI credit transfer requests
Applications for Cornell School of Theory and Criticism