SOBL Faculty

Mark Berg

Mark Berg, Program Coordinator - Ph.D. (University of Canterbury [New Zealand]), Associate Professor of Psychology: perceptual category learning, experimental analysis of behavior, history of psychology, motivation, industrial/organizational psychology

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John Bulevich

John Bulevich, Ph.D. (Washington University), Associate Professor of Psychology: cognitive control and long term memory, aging and metacognition

Vincent Cicirello

Vincent Cicirello, Ph.D. (Carnegie Mellon University), Professor of Computer Science and Information Systems: artificial intelligence, multi-agent systems, operations research, machine learning, software engineering, information assurance, biologically-inspired computing techniques

Joshua Duntley

Joshua Duntley, Ph.D. (University of Texas), Associate Professor of Criminal Justice: evolutionary psychology, forensic psychology, homicide, stalking, victim defenses, human mating, statistics

Jessica Fleck

Jessica Fleck, Ph.D. (Temple University), Associate Professor of Psychology: brain, behavior and cognition, research in problem-solving, creativity, working memory, schizophrenia

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Christine Gayda-Chelder

Christine Gayda-Chelder, Ph.D. (Drexel University), Assistant Professor of Psychology: health psychology, clinical neuropsychology, traumatic brain injury, early detection of dementia, caregiver burden

Tim A. Haresign

Tim A. Haresign, Ph.D. (University of Connecticut at Storrs), Associate Professor of Biology: neuroscience, animal behavior, bioacoustics, evolutionary psychology, cognitive science, issues of diversity

Nathaniel Hartman

Nathaniel Hartman, Ph.D. (Wesleyan University), Assistant Professor of Biology: neuroscience, stem cells, developmental biology, anatomy, physiology

Rodger L. Jackson

Rodger L. Jackson, Ph.D. (Michigan State University), Professor of Philosophy: Ethical theory, applied ethics, pragmatism, history of philosophy

Fang Liu

Fang Liu, Ph.D. (University of Pennsylvania), Associate Professor of Physics: biomedical and health physics, positron emission tomography (PET), surgical probe, biophysics

Jennifer Lyke

Jennifer Lyke, Ph.D. (Temple University), Professor of Psychology: counseling psychology, research methods, abnormal psychology, eating disorders, advanced statistics, states of consciousness

Elizabeth Shobe

Elizabeth Shobe, Ph.D. (University of Toledo), Professor of Psychology: cognition, learning theories, experimental psychology, statistical methods, evolution and behavior

Marcello Spinella

Marcello Spinella, Ph.D. (City University of New York), Professor of Psychology: physiological psychol¬ogy, clinical neuropsychology, psychometrics, psychopharmacology, herbal medicines, executive functions, addiction, aging and mental health

John White

John White, Ph.D. (North Texas State University), Professor of Psychology: sex crimes, violent crimes, police psychology, forensic psychology, criminal profiling

Melissa Zwick

Melissa Zwick, Ph.D. (University of Kentucky), Assistant Professor of Biology: neurobiology, human anatomy, vertebrate physiology, toxicology, science education

Barbara Amendolia

Barbara Amendolia, DrNP, NNP-BC (Drexel University), Visiting Associate Professor of Nursing: Neonatal Nurse Practitioner, pediatrics, research, pharmacology, assessment

Deeanna Button

Deeanna Button, Ph.D. (University of Delaware), Associate Professor of Criminal Justice: social inequality, violence/victimization, gender and sexuality, LGBTQ youth and resiliency, criminology, research methods and statistics

Guia Calicdan-Apostle

Guia Calicdan-Apostle, DSW (University of Pennsylvania), Associate Professor of Social Work: clinical social work practice, cultural competence, spirituality in mental health, public health intervention and advocacy (tobacco control)

Merydawilda Colón

Merydawilda Colón, Ph.D. (The City University of New York), Executive Director of the Stockton Center for Community Engagement and Professor of Social Work: social work practice, hospice (grief, death and dying), acculturation and attitudes of Latinos towards hospice, Latinos and community outreach, social work with oppressed groups

Susan Cydis

Susan Cydis, Ed.D. (Widener University), Associate Professor of Education: literacy education, elementary education, authentic instruction and assessment, competency-based education practices

Lauren DelRossi

Lauren DelRossi, DPT (Stockton University), Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy: Gross Motor Development in rare genetic disorders, technology and pedagogy, interprofessional education and collaborative practice

Shawn R. Donaldson

Shawn R. Donaldson, Ph.D. (Rutgers, The State University), Associate Professor of Sociology: race/class/gender, sociology of law, medical sociology, demography, South African studies

Kelly A. Dougherty

Kelly A. Dougherty, Ph.D. (The Pennsylvania State University), Assistant Professor of Exercise Science: physical activity- and nutrition-related issues in healthy and chronically ill children and young adults, including those with cystic fibrosis, sickle cell disease, and obesity.

Marcia Fiedler

Marcia Fiedler, Ed.D. (University of Phoenix), Assistant Professor of Jewish Studies: biblical studies, Hebrew, Jewish education, Jewish women, women and Jewish law

Christine A. Gayda-Chelder

Christine A. Gayda-Chelder, Ph.D. (Drexel University), Assistant Professor of Psychology: health psychology, clinical neuropsychology, traumatic brain injury, dementia, caregiver burden 

Thomas J. Grites

Thomas J. Grites, Ph.D. (University of Maryland College Park), Assistant Provost for Academic Support Services: contemporary American education

Marion Hussong

Marion Hussong, Ph.D. (University of Pennsylvania), Professor of Literature and Holocaust and Genocide Studies: holocaust literature, 19th and 20th century German and Austrian literature, comparative literature, children's literature

Janice O. Joseph

Janice O. Joseph, Ph.D. (York University), Distinguished Professor of Criminal Justice: juvenile justice, criminology and deviance, minorities and crime, corrections

Gorica Majstorovic

Gorica Majstorovic, Ph.D. (New York University), Associate Professor of Spanish: Iberian, Latin American and U.S. Latino literature, film, visual arts and theater, postcolonial studies

Joseph J. Marchetti

Joseph J. Marchetti, Ph.D. (University of Pennsylvania), Professor of Education: educational research, educational leadership, organizational leadership, curriculum and instruction

Sara Martino

Sara Martino, Ph.D. (Temple University), Professor of Psychology: counseling psychology, illness-related stress disorders, female aggression, self-mutilation, superwoman ideal, gender group identity, psychology of women, marriage and family therapy

Shelly Meyers

Shelly Meyers, Ed.D. (Nova Southern University), Associate Professor of Education: special education, pedagogy, inclusion, supervision and leadership, education to workplace transition, behavior management

Mary Padden

Mary Padden, Ph.D. (Widener University), Associate Professor of Nursing: pediatrics, maternal and child health, research

Gail H. Rosenthal

Gail H. Rosenthal, M.A. (Stockton University), Director of the Sara and Sam Schoffer Holocaust Resource Center: education, Holocaust Resource Center Internships 

Joseph Rubenstein

Joseph Rubenstein, Ph.D. (New School for Social Research), Professor of Anthropology: religion and ritual, anthropological theory, ethnicity, Jewish culture, field methods, food and culture, anthropological photography, community engagement 

Irene Sanders

Irene Sanders, Ed.D. (Rowan University), Assistant Professor of Health Science: speech and language development, speech and language disorders throughout the lifespan, language literacy, language learning-based disorders, auditory perception

Rose Scaffidi

Rose Scaffidi, Dr.N.P. (Drexel University), Assistant Professor of Nursing: women's health, research, assessment

Allison N. Sinanan

Allison N. Sinanan, Ph.D. (Fordham University), Professor of Social Work: sexual abuse recurrence in minority children, oppression of children and families of color

Margaret M. Slusser

Margaret M. Slusser, Ph.D. (University of Pennsylvania), Associate Professor of Health Science

Connie M. Tang

Connie M. Tang, Program Coordinator - Ph.D. (University of Wyoming, Laramie), Professor of Psychology: child and adolescent development, child maltreatment and juvenile delinquency, psychology and the law, social cognition, culture and cognition, research methods

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Judith Vogel

Judith Vogel, Ph.D. (Temple University), Associate Professor of Mathematics: numerical linear algebra, Children of the Holocaust, Holocaust education using children's literature

Keith B. Williams

Keith B. Williams, Ph.D. (University of Minnesota), Professor of Psychology: educational psychology, social psychology, educational testing and measurement, psychology of individual differences

Kerrin C. Wolf

Kerrin C. Wolf, Ph.D. (University of Delaware), Assistant Professor of Business Studies, Public Law: school discipline, children and the law, education law and policy, health law and policy, juvenile justice

Kaite Yang

Kaite Yang, Ph.D. (Princeton University), Assistant Professor of Psychology: social psychology, personality and individual differences, the emergence of gender differences, meta-analysis, thought speed and creativity.

PROFESSORS EMERITI

Jean Mercer

Jean Mercer, Ph.D. (Brandeis University), Professor Emerita of Psychology: developmental psychology, early childhood, infancy, perception, history and systems

Linda Williamson Nelson

Linda Williamson Nelson, Ph.D. (Rutgers, The State University), Professor Emerita of Anthropology and Africana Studies: anthropological linguistics, cultural anthropology, gender and culture, field methods, contemporary African American literature, African American vernacular English, African American culture

Jess Bonnan-White

Jess Bonnan-White, Ph.D. (University of Iowa) - Associate Professor of Criminal Justice:  Conflict resolution, economic empowerment, cultural preservation.

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Deeanna Button

Deeanna Button, Ph.D. (University of Delaware) - Associate Professor of Criminal Justice:  Violence and victimization, social inequality.

609-652-4452 | G232
Joshua D. Duntley

Joshua D. Duntley, Ph.D. (University of Texas) - Associate Professor of Criminal Justice:  Forensic psychology, evolutionary psychology, homicide and stalking, victim defenses, quantitative methods.

609-626-3570 | G251
Susan Fahey

Susan Fahey, Program Coordinator - Ph.D. (University of Maryland) - Associate Professor of Criminal Justice:  Criminological theory and the relationship between terrorism and political instability.

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Ian Finnimore

Ian Finnimore, Ed.D. (Wilmington University) - Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice:  Forensics investigations, medicolegal death investigations, crime scene leadership, criminal justice.

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Arleen Caballero Gonzalez

Arleen Caballero Gonzalez, J.D. (Rutgers University School of Law, Camden) - Associate Professor of Criminal Justice, Criminal Law:  Criminal procedure, criminal law, legal research, fourteenth amendment, Puerto Rican studies.

609-652-4632 | AC224a
Janice O. Joseph

Janice O. Joseph, Ph.D. (York University, Canada) - Distinguished Professor of Criminal Justice:  Juvenile justice, criminology and deviance, minorities and crime, corrections.

609-652-4312 | H248 
Ethan C. Levine

Ethan C. Levine, Ph.D. (Temple University) - Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice:  Sexual violence, intimate partner violence, victim services, gender and sexuality, feminist theory, social construction of knowledge, quantitative and qualitative methods.

609-626-3123 |  H242
Marissa P. Levy

Marissa P. Levy, Ph.D. (Rutgers, The State University) - Dean, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences and Professor of Criminal Justice:  Environmental criminology with emphasis on spatial analysis of crime (crime mapping and crime prevention), evaluations and statistics.

609-626-6825 | H201
Ruibin Lu

Ruibin Lu, Ph.D. (Washington State University) - Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice:  Specialty courts, U.S. judicial system, drug and alcohol use, community corrections, comparative criminal justice.

609-626-3829 | B006
Manish Madan

Manish Madan, Ph.D. (Rutgers, The State University) - Associate Professor of Criminal Justice:  Comparative research, policy, and victimization and gender.

609-626-3530 | G237
William McKnight

William McKnight, M.S. (St. Joseph's University) - Visiting Instructor of Criminal Justice:  Police leadership, policing, the criminal justice system, homeland security, risk management and mitigation, business continuity.

609-652-4442 | H227
Richard Mulvihill

Richard Mulvihill, M.S. (Nova Southeastern University) - Tenured Instructor of Criminal Justice:  Police and public safety administration, corrections, and criminal justice technology.

609-626-3557 | H202m
Joshua Reynolds

Joshua Reynolds, Ph.D. (University of Wyoming) - Visiting Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice:  Forensic psychology, statistics, research methods, theories of criminality, exploitative strategies and decision making, homicide, forensic/legal psychology.

609-652-4427 | H226
Nusret Sahin

Nusret Sahin, Ph.D. (Rutgers, The State University) - Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice:  Race, trust and police legitimacy, police-citizen encounters, terrorism, police technology.

609-626-3825 |  B006a
Kimberley R. Schanz

Kimberley R. Schanz, Ph.D. (CUNY Graduate Center) - Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice:  Statistics, research methods, forensic psychology, behavioral consistency in serial sexual assaults, victim risk assessment, offender-victim interaction.

609-652-4585 | F128
Amy Yingyi Situ-Liu

Amy Yingyi Situ-Liu, Ph.D. (Indiana University of Pennsylvania) - Associate Professor of Criminal Justice:  Environmental crime, comparative criminal justice, quantitative and qualitative research methods, criminology, crime control.

609-652-4314 | G260
Christine Tartaro

Christine Tartaro, Ph.D. (Rutgers University School of Criminal Justice) - Professor of Criminal Justice:  Corrections, research methods and statistics, violence in correctional facilities, suicide in correctional facilities, program evaluation, sentencing.

609-626-6035 | G252

PROFESSORS EMERITI

Larry E. Nutt

Larry E. Nutt, Ph.D. (University of Chicago) - Professor Emeritus of Criminal Justice:  Police behavior, deterrence, criminology, social theory

Rupendra Simlot

Rupendra Simlot, Ph.D. (University of Rajasthan) - Professor Emeritus of Criminal Justice:  Forensic science, crime scene investigation, cyber-crime investigation, criminal justice administration, security management, police behavior, police management, international culture.  

Marcia R. Steinbock

Marcia R. Steinbock, J.D. (Rutgers University School of Law, Camden) - Professor Emerita of Criminal Justice:  Judicial systems, prisoners' rights, psychology and law, Jewish women.

Oliver D. Cooke

Oliver D. Cooke, Ph.D. (University of Massachusetts Amherst) - Associate Professor of Economics:  Urban/regional economics, economic history, political economy, macroeconomics.

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Elizabeth A. Elmore

Elizabeth A. Elmore, Ph.D. (University of Notre Dame) - Professor of Economics:  Labor economics, statistics, financial gerontology, political economy of gender, gender issues in gerontology and social security.

609-652-4619 | AC224q
Deborah M. Figart

Deborah M. Figart, Ph.D. (The American University) - Distinguished Professor of Economics:  Labor economics, the casino industry, institutional and social economics, discrimination, financial literacy and student loans, economic education, poverty and inequality, and economic well-being.

609-652-4634 | F235
G. Reza Ghorashi

G. Reza Ghorashi, Ph.D. (Fordham University) - Professor of Economics:  International trade and international finance, microeconomics, political economy.

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Mariam Majd

Mariam Majd, M.A. (University of Massachusetts - Amherst) - Instructor of Economics:  International finance, money and banking, political economy.

609-626-3826 | B006b
Ellen Mutari

Ellen Mutari, Program Coordinator - Ph.D. (The American University) - Professor of Economics:  Labor market and employment policies; gender, race-ethnicity, and class; economic history; contemporary political economy.

609-626-6085 | F230
Ramya Vijaya

Ramya Vijaya, Ph.D. (The American University) - Professor of Economics:  Feminist political economy, labor and international trade, econometrics.

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ASSOCIATED FACULTY

Ronald L. Caplan

Ronald L. Caplan, Ph.D. (University of Massachusetts) - Associate Professor of Public Health:  Health economics, health policy.

 PROFESSORS EMERITI

Melaku Lakew

Melaku Lakew, Ph.D. (University of California at Riverside) - Professor Emeritus of Economics:  Monetary theory, history of economic thought, comparative economic systems, economic development.

Ted Alter

Ted Alter, Ph.D. (Yeshiva University) - Assistant Professor of Social Work:  Aging, dementia, life cycle, health care, end-of-life, ethics, chronic illness, and disability.

David C. Burdick

David C. Burdick, Ph.D. (University of Notre Dame) - Professor of Psychology and Director, Stockton Center on Successful Aging:  Adult development and aging, technology and aging, intergenerational relationships, applied gerontology, mental health and aging, environmental psychology.

Elizabeth G. Calamidas

Elizabeth G. Calamidas, Ph.D. (Temple University) - Associate Professor of Public Health:  Community and public health, health education, health behavior, human sexuality, women and health, aging and health.

Merydawilda Colón

Merydawilda Colón, Ph.D. (The City University of New York), L.S.W. - Executive Director of the Stockton Center for Community Engagement and Professor of Social Work:  Social work practice, hospice (grief, death, and dying), acculturation and attitudes of Latinos toward hospice, Latinos and community outreach, social work with oppressed groups.

Lisa E. Cox

Lisa E. Cox, Ph.D. (Virginia Commonwealth University), L.C.S.W. - Professor of Social Work:  Clinical social work practice, psychopathology and cultural neuroscience, health care, HIV/AIDS clinical trials research, gerontology, research methods, linkage between social support and medication adherence.

Jennifer S. Dunkle

Jennifer S. Dunkle, MSW (Monmouth University) - Assistant Professor of Social Work:  Culturally competent aging services, environmental justice, qualitative research, and oral history.

Elizabeth A. Elmore

Elizabeth A. Elmore, Ph.D. (University of Notre Dame) - Professor of Economics and Director, Stockton Center for Economics and Financial Literacy:  Labor economics, statistics, financial gerontology, political economy of gender, gender issues in gerontology and social security.

Christine V. Ferri

Christine V. Ferri, Ph.D. (Duke University) - Associate Professor of Psychology:  Geropsychology, abnormal psychology, psychotherapy, positive psychology, statistical methods.

Jessica Fleck

Jessica Fleck, Ph.D. (Temple University) – Associate Professor of Psychology:  Cognitive neuroscience, research in the behavioral and neural underpinnings of problem-solving and creativity, age-related cognitive decline, neural predictors of cognitive decline and dementia.

Megan Foti

Megan Foti, DOT (Temple University) - Associate Professor of Occupational Therapy:  Support for caregivers, telehealth/emedicine, adult learning and development, older adulthood, evidence-based practice.

Christine A. Gayda-Chelder

Christine A. Gayda-Chelder, Program Coordinator - Ph.D. (Drexel University) - Assistant Professor of Psychology:  Health psychology, clinical neuropsychology, traumatic brain injury, early detection of dementia, caregiver burden.

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Janice O. Joseph

Janice O. Joseph, Ph.D. (York University, Canada) - Distinguished Professor of Criminal Justice:  Juvenile justice, criminology and deviance, minorities and crime, corrections.

Marcello Spinella

Marcello Spinella, Ph.D. (City University of New York) - Professor of Psychology:  Physiological psychology, positive psychology, mindfulness, clinical neuropsychology, psychometrics, psychopharmacology, herbal medicines, executive functions, addiction.

 

Claire E. Abernathy

Claire E. Abernathy, Ph.D. (Vanderbilt University), Assistant Professor of Political Science: American politics, legislative correspondence management practices. 

609-626-3524 | H232
James Mac Avery

James Mac Avery, Ph.D. (University of Kentucky), Associate Professor of Political Science: American public opinion, political behavior, representation, race and ethnicity.

609-626-6021 | G262
Lauren Marie Balasco

Lauren Marie Balasco, Ph.D. (University of Delaware), Assistant Professor of Political Science: Comparative politics, rule of law, democratization, transitional justice, human rights, Latin American politics.

609-652-4743 | F232
Maxwell Burkey

Maxwell Burkey, Ph.D. (City University of New York), Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science: political theory, history of political thought, American politics, social movements, race, culture and politics.

 609-626-3160 |  J224
Michael S. Rodriguez

Michael S. Rodriguez, Program Coordinator - Ph.D. (Temple University), Associate Professor of Political Science: Washington Internship Program, race and politics, American government, public policy, religion and politics, immigration policy.

609-652-4476 | H243
Linda J. Wharton

Linda J. Wharton, J.D. (Rutgers School of Law, Camden), Professor of Political Science: constitutional law, civil liberties, women and the law, advanced constitutional litigation, public education and the law.

609-652-4716 | G256
Tina M. Zappile

Tina M. Zappile, Ph.D. (University of Nebraska - Lincoln), Associate Professor of Political Science: international political economy, international organization, international law, comparative politics, economic development.

609-626-3816 | F123

ASSOCIATED FACULTY

Patrick Hossay

Patrick Hossay, Ph.D. (Temple University) - Associate Professor of Sustainability:  Environmental policy and law, sustainable development, alternative energy and design, sustainable technology.

PROFESSORS EMERITI

David L. Carr

David L. Carr, Ph.D. (State University of New York at Binghamton), Provost Emeritus and Professor Emeritus of Political Science: comparative politics, political development, comparative public policy, research methods and statistics.

William T. Daly

William T. Daly, M.A. (Princeton University), Professor Emeritus of Political Science: international politics, political development, contemporary political ideologies.

Lucinda S. Jassel 

Lucinda S. Jassel , Ph.D. (University of California at Davis), Professor Emerita of Political Science: political theory, American government, political parties and behavior.

Jacqueline Pope

Jacqueline Pope, Ph.D. (Columbia University), Professor Emerita of Political Science: public administration, public policy, metro politics, Africana studies.

G. William Sensiba

G. William Sensiba, Ph.D. (Yale University), Professor Emeritus of Political Science: methodology, political personality and behavior, political sociology, comparative politics.

 
Anthony Austin

Anthony Austin, Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology

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Mark E. Berg

Mark E. Berg, Ph.D. (University of Canterbury), Associate Professor of Psychology:  Perceptual category learning, experimental analysis of behavior, history of psychology, motivation, industrial/ organizational psychology.

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John Bulevich

John Bulevich, Ph.D. (Washington University), Associate Professor of Psychology:  Memory Distortion, Eyewitness Testimony, Metacognition, Retrieval Processes, Aging.

609-626-3821 |  H245
David C. Burdick

David C. Burdick, Ph.D. (University of Notre Dame), Professor of Psychology:  Adult development and aging, technology and aging, intergenerational relationships, applied gerontology, mental health and aging.

 609-652-4311 |  F231
Victoria C. Estrada-Reynolds

Victoria C. Estrada-Reynolds, Ph.D. (University of Wyoming), Assistant Professor of Psychology:  Social psychology, research methods, forensic psychology, racial prejudice and discrimination, juror judgments and decision making.

609-652-4562 | H202k
Christine V.  Ferri

Christine V.  Ferri, Ph.D. (Duke University), Associate Professor of Psychology:  Geropsychology, abnormal psychology, psychotherapy, positive psychology, statistical methods.

609-761-1256 |  AC318c
Jessica Fleck

Jessica Fleck, Program Coordinator - Ph.D. (Temple University), Associate Professor of Psychology:  Brain, behavior and cognition, problem-solving, working memory, creativity, statistics, research methods.

 609-626-3489 | G253
Christine A. Gayda-Chelder

Christine A. Gayda-Chelder, Ph.D. (Drexel University), Assistant Professor of Psychology:  Health psychology, clinical neuropsychology, traumatic brain injury, dementia, caregiver burden.

 609-626-6075 |  C139
Helana Girgis

Helana Girgis, Ph.D. (University of Arkansas), Assistant Professor of Psychology: Developmental and lifespan psychology, cognitive development, personality, conceptual development of foods and idea ownership, cross-cultural research.

609-652-4212 |  H238
Zornitsa Kalibatseva

Zornitsa Kalibatseva, Ph.D. (Michigan State University), Assistant Professor of Psychology:  Clinical psychology, cross-cultural psychology, assessment, depression, cultural competency, race, ethnicity, acculturation.

 609-626-3894 |  H233
Jennifer A. Lyke

Jennifer A. Lyke, Ph.D. (Temple University), Professor of Psychology:  Counseling psychology, research methods, abnormal psychology, eating disorders, states of consciousness.

 609-626-6839 |  G210
Justin Ostrofsky

Justin Ostrofsky, Ph.D. (The Graduate Center of the City University of New York), Associate Professor of Psychology:  Perception, attention and memory-based processes supporting the ability to realistically draw objects from observation, statistics, research methods and cognitive psychology.

 609-626-6858 |  C113
Elizabeth Shobe

Elizabeth Shobe, Ph.D. (University of Toledo), Professor of Psychology:  Cognition, learning theories, experimental psychology, statistical methods, evolution and behavior.

 609-626-6032 |  G216
Marcello Spinella

Marcello Spinella, Ph.D. (City University of New York), Professor of Psychology:  Physiological psychology, clinical neuropsychology, psychometrics, psychopharmacology, herbal medicines, executive functions, addiction, aging and mental health.

 609-626-6049 |  F127
Connie M. Tang

Connie M. Tang, Ph.D. (University of Wyoming), Professor of Psychology:  Child and adolescent development, child maltreatment and juvenile delinquency, psychology and the law, social cognition, culture and cognition, research methods.

 609-626-3523 |  G261
John H. White

John H. White, Ph.D. (North Texas State University), Professor of Psychology:  Forensic neuropsychology, serial murder, sex crimes, violent crimes, police psychology, forensic psychology, criminal investigative analysis (profiling).

609-761-1255 | AC224c
Keith B. Williams

Keith B. Williams, Ph.D. (University of Minnesota), Professor of Psychology:  Educational psychology, social psychology, educational testing and measurement, individual differences.

 609-626-6033 |  F234
Kaite Yang

Kaite Yang, Ph.D. (Princeton University), Assistant Professor of Psychology:  Social psychology, personality and individual differences, the emergence of gender differences, meta-analysis, thought speed and creativity.

 609-626-3848 |  H220

ASSOCIATED FACULTY

Joshua D. Duntley

Joshua D. Duntley, Ph.D. (University of Texas), Associate Professor of Criminal Justice:  Evolutionary psychology, forensic psychology, homicide, stalking, victim defenses, human mating, statistics.

Sara Martino

Sara Martino, Ph.D. (Temple University), Professor of Counseling: Counseling psychology, illness-related stress disorders, female aggression, gender group identity, psychology of women, marriage and family therapy.

 609-626-5504 | HIS203b
Erin Sappio

Erin Sappio, Ph.D. (Temple University), NCSP, Visiting Assistant Professor of Counseling: School psychology, reducing stigma in learning, music and recall, applied positive psychology.

609-626-3155 | J224
Elyssa Smith

Elyssa Smith, Ph.D. (University of Wyoming), LPC, NCC, Assistant Professor of Counseling: Psychodynamic theory, children and adolescents, narratives of counselors.

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PROFESSORS EMERITI

Michael L. Frank

Michael L. Frank, Ph.D. (State University of New York at Albany), Professor of Psychology:  Statistics, mathematical models, motivation, research methods, gambling and risk taking behavior.

Sonia V. Gonsalves

Sonia V. Gonsalves, Ph.D. (Temple University), Professor Emerita of Psychology:  Educational psychology, statistics, research methods, psychological and educational testing, experimental psychology, adolescence, learning.

Cheryl R. Kaus

Cheryl R. Kaus, Ph.D. (The Pennsylvania State University), Professor of Psychology and Dean Emerita, Social and Behavioral Sciences:  Successful aging, gerontological education, program development and evaluation.

David Lester

David Lester, Ph.D. (Brandeis University), Professor Emeritus of Psychology:  Abnormal psychology, psychological statistics, personality, psychological testing, theories of counseling

Jean Mercer

Jean Mercer, Ph.D. (Brandeis University), Professor Emerita of Psychology:  Developmental psychology, early childhood, infancy, perception, history and systems.

William M. Miley

William M. Miley, Ph.D. (Temple University), Professor Emeritus of Psychology:  Health psychology, mind/body interactions, abnormal psychology.

Ted Alter

Ted Alter, Ph.D., M.S.W. (Yeshiva University), Assistant Professor of Social Work: Aging, dementia, life cycle, health care, end-of-life, ethics, chronic illness, and disability. 

609-652-4411 | H229
Robert Barney

Robert Barney, Ph.D. (University of Louisville), Associate Professor of Social Work and MSW Program Director: International social work, family and community development, cultural diversity in HIV/AIDS support, research practice.

609-652-4435 | G245
Kathryn Brzozowski

Kathryn Brzozowski, DSW (University of Pennsylvania), Assistant Professor of Social Work: clinical social work practice with individuals, older adults (family and intimate relationships, retirement, quality of life), cancer and illness adjustment, life transitions, social work pedagogy, social work supervision.

609-626-3168 |  H225
Guia Calicdan-Apostle

Guia Calicdan-Apostle, DSW (University of Pennsylvania), Associate Professor of Social Work: Spirituality and mental health, school social work, international social work, racism, immigration and cultural diversity issues, public health advocacy (tobacco control).

609-626-3820 | H254
Lisa Cox

Lisa Cox, Ph.D. (Virginia Commonwealth University), LCSW, Professor of Social Work: Clinical social work practice, psychopathology and cultural neuroscience, health care, HIV/AIDS clinical trials research, gerontology, research methods, linkage between social support and medication adherence.

609-652-4310 | F126
Jennifer Dunkle

Jennifer Dunkle, MSW (Monmouth University), Assistant Professor of Social Work: Culturally competent aging services, environmental justice, qualitative research, and oral history. 

609-761-1253 | AC224s
Diane S. Falk

Diane S. Falk, Ph.D. (Rutgers University), LCSW, Professor of Social Work: Social work practice, program develop­ment and administration, child welfare, mental health practice and policy, human rights, inter­national social work.

609-652-4736 | G-257
Robin Hernandez-Mekonnen

Robin Hernandez-Mekonnen, Ph.D., (University of Pennsylvania), Associate Professor of Social Work: Social work with children and families, impacting social and child welfare system reform via research and policy, immigration and child well-being.

609-761-1257 | AC224e
Elma Kaiser

Elma Kaiser, Ph.D. (Howard University), (Monash University, Australia), Assistant Professor of Social Work: International social work, diversity, violence against street children, gender based violence, displaced and underprivileged children, child labor, mental health of women and adolescents, macro social work.  

609-652-4872 | C126
Rachel Kirzner

Rachel Kirzner, MSW, (University of Pennsylvania), LCSW, Assistant Professor of Social Work: Social Policy (public benefits), data analysis, research methods, social work practice, neighborhood effects, community violence exposure.

609-652-4689 | H202j
Jack Lewis

Jack Lewis, DSW, MSW (University of Pennsylvania), LCSW, Assistant Professor of Social Work: Social work practice, cultural competence, cultural humility, micro-aggressions, minority mental health.

609-761-1262 | AC224t
Maya A. Lewis

Maya A. Lewis, Ph.D (University of Maryland, Baltimore), Associate Professor of Social Work: Human behavior, research methods, social work practice, adolescent mental health, minority health, health disparities, cultural competence.

609-652-4329 | G243
Loretta Mooney

Loretta Mooney, Ph.D. (Widener University), Assistant Professor of Social Work: Suicidology, mental health management and recovery, civil commitment and coercive practices, support for psychological pain.

609-626-3158 | H234
Patricia Reid-Merritt

Patricia Reid-Merritt, DSW (University of Pennsylvania), Distinguished Professor of Social Work and Africana Studies: Social work practice, social work with ethnic and minority groups, school social policy, organizational policy, Africana perspectives on social work practice.

609-652-4609 | K117
Allison Sinanan

Allison Sinanan, Ph.D., (Fordham University), LSW, Professor of Social Work: Sexual abuse recurrence in minority children, oppression of children and families of color, individual and group counseling, social work practice.

609-626-3561 | B116
Kathleen Siracusa

Kathleen Siracusa, MSW (Rutgers University), LCSW, Coordinator of MSW Field Education: Experience with children and families, ethics, cultural diversity, hospital social work, hospice care, in home therapy with children, school social work, mental health practice.

609-761-1258 | AC224l
Lori Tomaro

Lori Tomaro, MSW (Monmouth University), Assistant Coordinator of MSW Field Education: Child abuse and neglect; impact of infant/childhood relationship traumas and their influence on parenting behaviors; diverse populations; therapeutic services to individuals, couples, and families.

609-626-6817 | H218
Shawn Riva Donaldson

Shawn Riva Donaldson, Ph.D. (Rutgers, The State University), Associate Professor of Sociology: Race/class/gender, sociology of law, medical sociology, demography, South African studies.

609-652-4455 | H249
Betsy Erbaugh

Betsy Erbaugh, Ph.D. (University of New Mexico), Assistant Professor of Sociology: Reproductive and sexual health, gender, race, class, sexuality, social movements, violence, research methods.

609-652-4639 | G208
Laurie Greene

Laurie Greene, Ph.D. (Tulane University), Associate Professor of Anthropology: Language and culture, anthropology of men and women, Latin American and Caribbean cultures, culture in education, social activism.

609-761-1251 | AC224g
Christina Jackson

Christina Jackson, Ph.D. (University of California), Assistant Professor of Sociology: Urban sociology, race, class, gender, social movements, inequality.

609-626-3422 | C142
Malav Kanuga

Malav Kanuga, Ph.D. (City University of New York), Visiting Assistant Professor of Anthropology: borders and migration, social movements, colonialism and capitalism, urban history and urban theory, postcolonial development, South Asia.

609-626-3145 | H256
Nazia Kazi

Nazia Kazi, Ph.D. (The Graduate Center at CUNY), Associate Professor of Anthropology: Race, immigration, inequality, Islamophobia, social theory.

609-626-3572 | C106
Joseph Rubenstein

Joseph Rubenstein, Program Coordinator - Ph.D. (New School for Social Research), Professor of Anthropology: Religion and ritual, anthropological theory, ethnicity, Jewish culture, field methods, anthropological photography.

609-761-1252 | AC224g

ASSOCIATED FACULTY

Janice O. Joseph

Janice O. Joseph, Ph.D. (York University, Canada), Distinguished Professor of Criminal Justice: Juvenile justice, criminology and deviance, minorities and crime, corrections.

Margaret E. Lewis

Margaret E. Lewis, Ph.D. (State University of New York at Stony Brook), Professor of Biology: Vertebrate anatomy, anthropology, paleoecology, evolutionary biology, paleontology.

PROFESSORS EMERITI

Robert E. Helsabeck 

Robert E. Helsabeck , Ph.D. (Indiana University), Professor Emeritus of Sociology: Social psychology, research methods, religion, conflict.

Elinor Lerner

Elinor Lerner, Ph.D. (University of California at Berkeley), Associate Professor Emerita of Sociology: Political sociology, sociology of women, deviance, sexuality, popular culture, human/animal relations.

Linda Williamson Nelson

Linda Williamson Nelson, Ph.D. (Rutgers, The State University), Professor Emerita of Anthropology and Africana Studies: Anthropological linguistics, cultural anthropology, gender and culture, field methods, contemporary African American literature, African American vernacular English, African American culture.

Franklin O. Smith

Franklin O. Smith, Ed.D. (University of Massachusetts at Amherst), Professor Emeritus of Sociology: Family, sociology of education, sociology of sports, acting, public oratory.

 
Robert J. Barney

Robert J. Barney, Ph.D. (University of Louisville), Associate Professor of Social Work: International social work, family and community developent, cultural diversity in HIV/AIDS support, research practice, human trafficking.

Jess Bonnan-White

Jess Bonnan-White, Ph.D. (University of Iowa), Associate Professor of Criminal Justice: Conflict resolution, disaster response, humanitarian assistance, international development, Middle East conflict, anthropology, trauma studies, quantitative and qualitative data, research methods, peace-building.

Deeanna Button

Deeanna Button, Ph.D. (University of Delaware), Associate Professor of Criminal Justice: Social inequality, violence/victimization, gender and sexuality, LGBTQ youth and resiliency, criminology, research methods and statistics.

Guia Calicdan-Apostle

Guia Calicdan-Apostle, DSW (University of Pennsylvania), Associate Professor of Social Work: Clinical social work practice, cultural competence, spirituality in mental health, public health intervention and advocacy (tobacco control), race, ethnicity and diversity issues.

Shawn R. Donaldson

Shawn R. Donaldson, Ph.D. (Rutgers, The State University), Associate Professor of Sociology: Race/class/gender, sociology of law, medical sociology, demography, South African studies.

Joshua D. Duntley

Joshua D. Duntley, Ph.D. (University of Texas), Associate Professor of Criminal Justice: Evolutionary psychology, forensic psychology, homicide, stalking, victim defenses, human mating, statistics.

Michael R. Hayse

Michael R. Hayse, Ph.D. (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill), Associate Professor of History

Marion Hussong

Marion Hussong, Ph.D. (University of Pennsylvania), Professor of Literature and Holocaust and Genocide Studies: 20th century German history, Russian and East European history, Holocaust/genocide studies, history and memory.

Holocaust literature, 19th and 20th century German and Austrian literature, comparative literature, children's literature.
Christina Jackson

Christina Jackson, Ph.D. (University of California Santa Barbara), Assistant Professor of Sociology: Urban sociology, race, class, gender, social movements, inequality.

Janice O. Joseph

Janice O. Joseph, Program Coordinator - Ph.D. (York University), Distinguished Professor of Criminal Justice: Juvenile justice, delinquency, violence against women, minorities and crime, corrections.

609-652-4312 | H248
Nazia Kazi

Nazia Kazi, Ph.D. (CUNY Graduate Center), Associate Professor of Anthropology: Race, immigration, inequality, Islamophobia, social theory.

Manish Madan

Manish Madan, Ph.D. (Michigan State University), Associate Professor of Criminal Justice: Comparative research, policy, gender, victimization, media, policing, statistics.

Sara Martino

Sara Martino, Ph.D. (Temple University), Professor of Counseling: Counseling psychology, illness-related stress disorders, female aggression, self-mutilation, superwoman ideal, gender group identity, psychology of women, marriage and family therapy.

Patricia Reid-Merritt

Patricia Reid-Merritt, DSW (University of Pennsylvania), Distinguished Professor of Social Work and Africana Studies: Social work practice, social policy, social work with ethnic/minority groups, Africana organizations and leadership practices, African-centered social work practice.

Kimberley R. Schanz

Kimberley R. Schanz, Ph.D. (CUNY Graduate Center), Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice: Behavioral crime scene analysis with an emphasis on the behavioral aspects of sexual assaults, and forensic psychology.

Allison N. Sinanan

Allison N. Sinanan, Ph.D. (Fordham University), Professor of Social Work: Sexual abuse recurrence in minority children, oppression of children and families of color.

Connie M. Tang

Connie M. Tang, Ph.D. (University of Wyoming), Professor of Psychology: Child and adolescent development, child maltreatment and juvenile delinquency, psychology and the law, social cognition, culture and cognition, research methods.

Judith Vogel

Judith Vogel, Ph.D. (Temple University), Associate Professor of Mathematics: Numerical linear algebra, Children of the Holocaust, Holocaust education using children's literature.

Kaite Yang

Kaite Yang, Ph.D. (Princeton University), Assistant Professor of Psychology: Social psychology, personality and individual differences, the emergence of gender differences, meta-analysis, thought speed and creativity.

PROFESSORS EMERITI

Sonia V. Gonsalves

Sonia V. Gonsalves, Ph.D. (Temple University), Professor Emerita of Psychology: Educational psychology, statistics, research methods, psychological and educational testing, experimental psychology, adolescence, learning. 

Melaku Lakew

Melaku Lakew, Ph.D. (University of California at Riverside) - Professor Emeritus of Economics: Monetary theory, history of economic thought, comparative economic systems, economic development.

Franklin O. Smith

Franklin O. Smith, Ed.D. (University of Massachusetts at Amherst), Professor Emeritus of Sociology: Family, sociology of education, sociology of sports, acting, public oratory.