Kelly Gurley Lambert | CV

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Last Updated, June 2015

 

ADDRESS:                     Department of Psychology

                                        Copley Science Center, Rm 134B

                                        Randolph-Macon College

                                        Ashland, VA 23005

 

TELEPHONE:              Office:  (804)-752-4717

 

E-MAIL:                         klambert@rmc.edu

 

WEBSITE:                     http://www.kellylambertlab.com

 

EDUCATION:              

 

1988                      Ph.D., Biopsychology, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia.

1986                      M.S., Biopsychology, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia.

1984                      B.A., Psychology and Biology, Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama.

 

 

     PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

 

     2008-present         Macon and Joan Brock Professor of Psychology

     2009-2011             President, International Behavioral Neurocience Society

     2001-present         Co-Director of Undergraduate Research, Randolph-Macon College

     2000-present         Professor and Chair, Department of Psychology, Randolph-Macon College

     1999-2000             Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Psychology, Randolph-Macon College             

     1995-1999             Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Randolph-Macon College

     1989-1995             Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Randolph-Macon College

     1988-1989             Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Auburn University. 

     1986-1987             Instructor of Introduction to Psychology course, University of Georgia

     1985- 1986            Histologist for the Department of Psychology, University of Georgia.

 

 

HONORS AND AWARDS:

 

     2013                                VFIC Hiter Harris Memorial Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching

 

2010                                Mary Erskine Award for Mentoring in Behavioral Neuroscience

 

2009                                Presented with Resolution for exemplary teaching by the Virginia

                                                  House of Delegates

 

2008                                2008 Virginia Professor of the Year (awarded by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) and the Carnegie Foundation for the

                                                  Advancement of Teaching)

 

2008                                Awarded the Macon and Joan Brock Professorship

 

2007                                Samuel Nelson Gray Distinguished Professor Award (R-MC)

 

                                                       2001                                Recipient of the State Council of Higher Education

                                                                                               for Virgina (SCHEV )Outstanding Faculty Award

 

                                                       1999                                Nominated for the State Council of Higher Education

                                                                                               for Virginia (SCHEV)award

 

                                             1995                                Served as Psychology Program Chair for the 1995

                                                                                     meeting of the Southern Society for Philosophy and

                                                                                     Psychology

 

                                             1994-95                           Nominated for Carnegie Foundation's "Professor of the

                                                                                     Year" award

 

                                             1993                                Elected to serve on the Council of the Southern

                                                                                     Society for Philosophy and Psychology

 

1991                                Richard M. Griffith Memorial Award

                                                  Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology

 

                                             1990                                Chosen as one of 20 participants in a three-week NSF

                                                                                     training conference for experimental psychology professors held

                                                                                     at Colorado State University.

 

                                             1986                                Zimmer Research Award for Biopsychology,                           

                                                  University of Georgia

 

                                             1986-87                           President, Psi-Chi, University of Georgia Chapter

 

                                             1987-88                           University-Wide Non-Teaching Assistantship

 

                                             1987-88                           University of Georgia Merit Stipend for Research and

                                                                                     Teaching

 

                                             1984                                Magna Cum Laude graduate   

                                                  Samford University, Birmingham, AL

 

                                             1984                                Mary E. Forman Psychology Award

                                                  Samford University, Birmingham, AL

                                                  Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society

 

 

PAPERS PUBLISHED:

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