Preparing Future Faculty

The PFF in Psychology program is part of a national initiative on preparing future faculty undertaken over the past decade, and initiated under co-sponsorship of the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) and the Council of Graduate Schools (CGS).

You can also read a Survey of Initial PFF in Psychology Scholars: Summer 2006  (PDF, 187KB)

Developing PFF in Psychology Programs

James Madison University

Department of Graduate Psychology
Contact — Sheena Rogers, PhD

DePaul University

Department of Psychology
Contact — Joseph Ferrari, PhD

Fordham University

Counseling and Counseling Psychology Programs
Contact — Eric Chen, PhD

Old Dominion University

Department of Psychology
Contact — Elaine Justice, PhD

California State University at Bakersfield

Master of Arts Program in Psychology
Department of Psychology
Contact — Marianne Abramson, PhD

Auburn University

Teaching Fellows Program
Contact — Bill Buskist, PhD

Links to Other PFF in Psychology Programs

The following Web sites provide links to current PFF programs at graduate departments of psychology. In addition, the "Preparing Future Faculty in Psychology Final Narrative Report" (PDF, 2MB) highlights some of the lessons learned from PFF models in psychology, plus recommendations resulting from PFF experiences at the various departmental programs. Lastly, this website also includes links to other partnerships the APA is involved with related to doctoral preparation programs (see Other Resources).

University of Georgia

Four campuses are included in the Georgia partnership: Kennesaw State University located in Kennesaw, Georgia; Morehouse College located in Atlanta, Georgia; Morehouse School of Medicine located in Atlanta, Georgia; North Georgia College and State University located in Dahlonega, Georgia.

University of Georgia
Contact — Rosemary Phelps, PhD

University of New Hampshire

Six campuses are included in the New Hampshire partnership: one regional campus of the University of New Hampshire located in Manchester, New Hampshire; Dartmouth College located in Hanover, New Hampshire; Howard University located in Washington, DC; Keene State College located in Keene, New Hampshire; St. Anselm College located in Manchester, New Hampshire; and the New Hampshire Community Technical College System, a seven campus network of community colleges located throughout New Hampshire.

University of New Hampshire
Contact — Victor Benassi, PhD

Miami University of Ohio

Five campuses are included in the Miami partnership: two regional campuses of Miami University, located in Hamilton and Middletown, Ohio; College of Mount St. Joseph, located in Cincinnati, Ohio; Earlham College located in Richmond, Indiana, and Northern Kentucky University located in Highland Heights, Kentucky.

Miami University of Ohio
Contact — Cecelia Shore, PhD

Oklahoma State University

The PFF program at Oklahoma State University involves collaboration of psychology faculty from doctoral programs in the College of Education and the College of Arts and Sciences. In addition, the other partners in PFF program include: Northeastern State University, University of Central Oklahoma, Southwestern Oklahoma State University, Northwestern Oklahoma State University, Langston University, and the Oklahoma State University Center for Health Services.

Oklahoma State University
Contact — Sue Jacobs, PhD