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Dr. Lisa Ferdinand, PhD
Virginia R. Black, EdD
Amy A. Hackney, PhD
Larry Locker, PhD
Edward W. L. Smith, PhD
Daniel G. Webster, PhD
Kathy Wiegand, PhD
Rebecca M. Murray, PhD
James L. Pugh, PhD
Dr. Paul Kleinginna
Dr. Janie Wilson
Janice N. Steirn, PhD
Dr. William McIntosh, PhD
Dr. Lisa Ferdinand, PhD

Dr. Margaret Lloyd

1.) ( #1 and #2 go together here) Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Denver(1964). Masters of Science in Education from Indiana University(1966). Master of Arts from University of Arizona (1972) and her Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Arizona(1973).

2.) (Refer to # 1)

3.) She came in 1988 as the department chair; It was growing a lot

4.) She taught at Suffolk University in Boston for 16 years

5.) Social Psyc, Psyc of women, Experience(?) and Adjustment, and Behavior Modification--- There is a masters program here, but not there

6.) N/A

7.) Curriculum changes; more lab courses and research methods now. Also more specialty courses

8.) Psychology has always been popular

9.) N/A, but there has always been more women

10.) 1990 it changed to Georgia Southern University. It went from Georgia Teachers College to Georgia Southern College to now. There was phenomenal growth with lots changing inside the department.

11.) Social psyc

12.) Social psyc, developmental courses, abnormal psyc

13.) There are high achievers; Some people are not so motivated and lab courses are more difficult which could be attributed to the lower grades. Students were a lot more interested back then, and now it seems that you have to hook them to keep them interested. Psyc applied to modern life

14.) She has not done research, but she does write textbooks

15.) No

16.) She hopes to see more better prepared, serious students. She hopes to see a stronger master program

17.) Yes

18.) She thinks the PsyD will be good for the region but hard on the department ( there is no money, not enough faculty, and just look at our building)

19.) BEST PART: Her co-workers were the best people. WORST PART: So much time pressure and a heavy teaching load. There were also expectations for publishing. She also mentioned that it left very little time (if any) for a life. She had no life!

20.) Life after GSU: Now she has more time control!! She still writes textbooks and makes presentations. She is still a member of professional organizations. She likes to spend free time gardening, traveling, reading, and taking photographs just to name a few.

21.) Her advice is to do well because it'll pay off in grad school. She says to take advantage of events like theatre. Also to get involved in the community or cultural events.

Ben Kellum