Please join me in welcoming three new Visiting Assistant Professors to our department: Samantha Clark, Brandon Humphrey, and Shannon Pinegar.
Sam Clark received her PsyD in Clinical Psychology from Nova Southeastern University (Fort Lauderdale, FL) in 2020, where her scholarship focused on post-traumatic stress experiences involving young children. She completed her internship as a family crisis therapist at the Terry Children’s Center (New Castle, DE). Sam will be teaching courses in clinical and developmental psychology this fall.
Brandon Humphrey received his PhD in Social Psychology from Miami University in 2021, where his research focused on encouraging pro-environmental behavioral and on the benefits of pets. Brandon will be teaching courses in social psychology, foundational experiences in psychology, and research methods this fall.
Shannon Pinegar received her PhD in Experimental Psychology from Ohio University in 2015. Subsequently, she served as a post-doctoral scholar and then a visiting assistant professor at CUNY’s Baruch College in New York City. Her scholarly interests include false confessions, metacognitive processes, and psychology experiences involving fictional characters. Shannon will be teaching courses in social psychology and statistics this fall.