Assistant Professor of Psychology 434.544.8170 *protected email* Experience After completing an internship in Child and Adolescent Psychology at the University of Rochester, Dr. Favero completed a 2 year post-doctoral fellowship in family therapy. During that time she obtained her license in psychology and was the chief psychology fellow at the University of Rochester. She then […]
Associate Professor of Psychology 434.544.8315 *protected email* Experience Dr. Cylke completed her undergraduate studies at St. Vincent College, located in Latrobe, Pa. She went on to pursue her doctorate at the University of Maine, Orono. Her primary focus of study was the association between stereotyping, prejudice, and behavior. More specifically, she was interested in ethnic […]
Professor of Psychology 434.544.8666 *protected email* Experience Dr. Corodimas came to University of Lynchburg in 1998. His general area of expertise is in physiological psychology/behavioral neuroscience and his research involves investigating the brain regions and neural pathways that underlie emotional learning and emotional memory processes. Education PhD – Rutgers University, 1992
Psychology Lab Instructor, Psychology Internship Coordinator 434.544.8602 *protected email* Experience After her graduate work at University of Lynchburg, Ms. Beckner moved to Scottsboro, Alabama, and began working as a Mental Health Therapist in the area of substance abuse. Upon her return to Lynchburg, she began teaching the psychology labs at University of Lynchburg. During a three-year […]
Katarina “Katie” Stoffers ’15 spent 12 weeks this past summer at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, a teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School.
She worked in Division of Hemostasis and Thrombosis under the direction of Dr.
“Preventing Bullying, Cyberbullying, and Sexual Harassment,” is the topic of the annual Rosel Schewel Lecture in Education and Human Diversity at 7:30 p.m. March 15 in Memorial Ballroom, Hall Campus Center.
As the number of humans hits 7 billion this year, it’s a good time to study population, the theme for this year’s Senior Symposium.
The Earth had fewer than 1 billion in 1800, 3 billion in 1960, and 6 billion as recently 1999.