There are over 35 full-time faculty members that make up part of the Psychology Department, that offer a unique blend of expertise in research, scholarship, and teaching. Many of our adjunct faculty are leaders in their area of forensics and teach speciality classes. Many have extensive experience as clinicians in forensic and legal settings, including hospitals, family courts, correctional centers, not-for profits, and police departments. A number of our faculty members have both law degrees and PhDs.  

Full-time faculty have published significant articles and/or books on their research in cutting edge and emerging areas of forensics including trauma and mental health stigma, microagressions and racial trauma,  domestic violence victimization, sexual assault victimization, sex trafficking, queer issues in forensic psychology, and mindfulness approaches to treating violent offenders,  as well as more established areas in forensics including child abuse, false confessions, serial offenders, sex offenders, jury selection, eyewitness research, forensic assessment, and mental health law.  Our programs are committed to racial, gender, and sexual minority justice within the forensic system.

For more information about any of our faculty, view their faculty profiles here.