Marjorie Zielke

Marjorie Zielke


  • cyberpsychology
  • e-marketing
  • virtual business
  • e-learning
  • modeling and simulation



Charles Lilly

Expert at a Glance

Marjorie Zielke, Ph.D. School of Arts and Humanities

Assistant Professor of Arts and Technology

Dr. Marjorie Zielke is an authority in cyberpsychology, which ranges in interest from studying online behavior of people and groups to creating virtual humans and societies.

She is the principal investigator on the development of "First Person Cultural Trainer" (FPCT), a 3D interactive game that teaches soldiers the values and norms of Iraqi and Afghan cultures. She is currently working on health-related simulation grant activities with colleagues at UT Dallas and The University of Texas at Arlington.

Dr. Zielke received her Ph.D. from The University of Texas at Dallas.

Game Trains Soldiers in a Virtual Iraq or Afghanistan

ATEC Prof to Take Clinical Concepts to Virtual World

Researchers Creating Future of Undergrad Education

ATEC Course Looks at Green Trends in E-Business

Dr. Marge Zielke to Present Paper at Prominent Gaming Conference in France



Updated: July 4, 2012