Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Faculty and Staff

Dr. Jacqueline A. Conley
Professor of Psychology and Department Chair
Ph.D., Counseling Psychology, Howard University, 1998
M.A., Clinical Psychology, University of Illinois-Springfield, 1994
B.A., Psychology, University of Illinois-Champaign-Urbana, 1990
Contact Information:
904-470-8671
j.conley@ewc.edu

Dr. TaKeia Anthony
Assistant Professor of History
Ph.D. Howard University- Major African Diaspora / Minor- Public History, 2014
M.A. North Carolina Central University- Major African History, 2010
B.A. North Carolina Central University- History, 2007
Contact Information:
904-470-8232
t.anthony@ewc.edu

Dr. Noor Islam
Associate Professor of Sociology
Ph.D., Sociology, North Carolina State University-Raleigh, 2001
M.A., Sociology, East Carolina University, 1986
M.S., Geography, Dhaka University, 1976
B.S., Geography, Dhaka University, 1974
Contact Information:
904-470-8670
Noor.islam@ewc.edu

Dr. G. Victoria Landrum
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Ph.D., Higher Education Administration, Boston College, Lynch School of Education, 2004
M. Ed., Human Development & Psychology, Harvard University, 1983
M.A., Psychology in Education, Fisk University, 1981
B.A., Psychology, Fisk 1979
Contact Information:
904-470-8093
gvlandrum@ewc.edu

Avis Mathews
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Specialist Program, School Psychology, Nova Southeastern University, 2005
M.S., Psychology, Nova Southeastern University, 2003
B.S., Psychology, Nova Southeastern University, 2001
B.S., Sociology, Tuskegee University, 1981
Contact Information:
904-470-8851
avis.mathews@ewc.edu

 



 

Department of Social Science and Behavioral Studies

 

Message from the Chair:

Welcome to the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences (SBS) at Edward Waters College.  The Department works closely with our students, other departments and communities to provide a well-rounded and meaningful education in Social and Behavioral Sciences.  The enhanced curriculum strengthens our students to be stronger critical-thinkers, researchers, and social justice advocates.  As a whole, the department and its faculty members engage in research and grant-related activities and are providing opportunities for undergraduate research scholars.  The Department is excited to announce that the Psychology and History Clubs are very active.  The Psychology Club is collaborates with the Jacksonville Chapter of the Association of Black Psychologist (ABPsi). The History Club is also very active on campus and in the community. 

In addition, the SBS alumni are integral to the success of the department; therefore, we want to reconnect with you.  If you are an alumnus from the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences, please click here, and update us on your current status. The Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences is looking for students who want be a part of our mission.  Once again, I extend my greetings to you and wish you a successful 2017-2018 academic year.

Dr. Jacqueline Conley, Chair

 

Location and Contact Information:

904-470-8830 (o)

904-353-2264 (f)

Email: sbs@ewc.edu

Address: 1626 Grunthal Street Jacksonville, FL 32209

 

Mission of the Department

The Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Edward Waters College (EWC) consists of History, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology. 

Within the department, Psychology offers both a major and minor in the program.  Additionally as part of the program, we offer a General Track and an Addictions Track.

History, Political Science, and Sociology provide supportive and general education courses to Psychology and the EWC community.

The Psychology program is consistent with the American Psychological Association’s (APA) guidelines for undergraduate training and prepares the psychology students with broad training and experiential learning opportunities, which support the development of analytical and critical-thinkers, researchers, with the knowledge and skills for graduate work to be marketable for 21st century careers.

Student Outcomes

Upon completion of the Psychology program our students will:

  • Have a strong knowledge base in psychology and the human condition.
  • Be critical and analytical thinkers.
  • Be ethically and socially responsible.
  • Be effective communicators in written, oral presentations, and users of visual aids in scholarly and professional settings.
  • Continue to engage in personal and professional development activities
  • Be advocates for diversity, social justice and globalization.

 

Links

Psychology Link(s)

American Psychological Association

Association of Black Psychologists

Florida Psychological Association

 

Sociology Link(s)

American Sociological Association

 

History Link(s)

Association for the Study of African American Life and History

Association for the Study of the Worldwide African Diaspora

 

Political Science

The National Conference of Black Political Science