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Community Psychology Faculty

Community Psychology Faculty

Our program faculty members are skilled researchers and practitioners committed to training the next generation of community psychologists. In addition to their commitment to the Community Psychology program, most faculty have affiliations in other program areas within the Department of Psychology (behavioral medicine, clinical, and developmental).Our faculty conduct both basic and applied research with diverse communities. Faculty research topics include, but are not limited to: the etiology, prevention, and treatment of health disparities (e.g., HIV), particularly among women of African descent; psychosocial and environmental impacts on cardiovascular health, such as poverty and racism; resiliency and risk within diverse communities; intersectional approaches to research; ex-offender re-entry and community reintegration; minority student achievement; Baltimore City youth relation with school police; and gender-based violence and survivor empowerment. We prioritize understanding and serving marginalized individuals and communities. View our faculty bios below.