A critical but often unrecognized element of every professor’s life is service to their discipline, their college and their department.

For service to my discipline, I have been involved in the American Psychological Association as well as the Association for Psychological Science.

At Randolph-Macon College, I have served on the Assessment Committee (as chair), as well as several committees to plan Randolph-Macon’s first year program offerings. I served as director of our first year program, entitled Randolph-Macon Colloquium and Seminar or RMCS101. I currently serve on the college’s Retention Committee, on our Committee on the Faculty, as well as Department Chair for the Department of Psychology.

Within the Psychology Department, I serve as the adviser for our chapter of Psi Chi, the international honorary society in psychology. I also maintain the department’s website.