Hilmar Von Strunck

Hilmar von Strunck

Hilmar von Strunck

Part-Time Faculty

Humanities, Social & Behavioral Sciences

(734) 973-5009LA 143

About Hilmar von Strunck

Dr. von Strunck is a native from Germany who came to the US in 1998. He has a black belt in judo and used to referee many different matches throughout the years. He enjoys hiking, walking, swimming, spending time with family and friends, and reading. 

Dr. von Strunck holds an accounting degree from Germany, but his real passion was always psychology. So when he had the opportunity to study in the US, he followed his dream of becoming a psychology professor. He loves teaching and would not want to do anything else. Dr. von Strunck enjoys working with his students, fellow faculty and staff.

Dr. von Strunck also loves to try new foods and restaurants. He is always amazed by such variety in foods around the world. He enjoys meeting people from all different walks of life and learning about new cultures and societies. 

Ph.D. in Psychology
Myers-Briggs (MBTI) Practitioner 
Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper, Cert. # 7108 
Suicide Assessment for Clinicians and Gatekeeper Training of Trainers: 
(Learn to Present a Suicide Prevention Awareness Training.) 
Dual Credit Certification for the State of Nebraska (Permit #2013011943) 
Certification as Mental Health First Aid USA 
Exploration of the Relationship between OCD and Parenting Style Subtypes
Suicide in College Student Population
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Parenting Styles