The tenure-track psychology and human development faculty are involved in a wide range of research and professional activities. These activities extend from the laboratory to the community and they provide opportunities for students to receive specialized training and mentorship. Each of our faculty members works individually with students through independent study and directed reading courses, supervision of honor’s theses, graduate theses, and MARC and McNair projects, supervised internships, and other forms of collaboration. The following listing of faculty includes their research activities, administrative positions, and contact information. The listing is arranged by the graduate program with which these faculty are affiliated. Some faculty are affiliated with more than one program. For links to each faculty member’s own professional web page, please go to our Faculty & Staff section.