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Social and Behavioral Sciences

Why Keystone?

Be an agent of change and choose from a variety of professional careers with the Social and Behavioral Sciences Department at Keystone College! Through research and hands-on learning with faculty and industry leaders, students can discover and develop talents that will prepare them for careers while receiving a well-rounded education.

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Amazing opportunities—on campus and beyond

Psychology

Research

Engage with faculty and mentors and present undergraduate research at national conferences.

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Internships

Connect with professionals through  hands-on learning and internships.

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Connections

Participate in individual projects, observe group demonstrations, and attend the many conferences and other excursions.

“Getting my degree in criminal justice/psychology at Keystone prepared me to work as a volunteer in AmeriCorps. After graduation, I left feeling confident and prepared to for a career in
forensic and legal psychology.”

Emily Pharr
Class of 2019

Our Social and Behavioral Sciences Faculty

Learn more about them.

Marie Andreoli, PhD

Marie Andreoli, PhD

Assistant Professor of Psychology
Deborah Doyle Belknap, JD, PhD

Deborah Doyle Belknap, JD, PhD

Associate Professor of Criminal Justice and Psychology  
Jeffrey M. Brauer, MA

Jeffrey M. Brauer, MA

Professor of Political Science and Faculty Coordinator of First Year Seminar
William Chase II, PsyD

William Chase II, PsyD

Associate Professor of Psychology  
Steven R. Howell, PhD

Steven R. Howell, PhD

Associate Professor of Psychology and Computer Science, Faculty Fellow of Assessment, and Chair of Social and Behavioral Sciences Department
Michael McDougall, MSc, PhD

Michael McDougall, MSc, PhD

Assistant Professor of Psychology  

Nancy H. Merryman, PhD

Professor of Social Sciences   
Stacey Wyland, MS

Stacey Wyland, MS

Associate Professor of Criminal Justice