Assistant Professor of History
Dr. TaKeia N. Anthony is an Assistant Professor of History at Edward Waters College and services the campus in many capacities. She is the Program Director of EWC sesquicentennial activities and faculty advisor for the NAACP, History Club, and NPHC. Dr. Anthony has spoken on panels and lectured throughout the United States, South Korea, The Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, London, Germany, and Kenya. She is a native of Bowling Green, Kentucky and is the first African-American female from her hometown to earn a Ph.D. in history.
Ph.D. Howard University- Major African Diaspora Minor- Public History, 2014
M.A. North Carolina Central University- Major African History Minor U.S. history with an emphasis in African-American History, 2010
B.A. North Carolina Central University- History, 2007
Global Political Movements
Black Intellectual History
The Black Press
Anthony, T. N. (2014). “Cheerleading vs. White Supremacy: A Summary of Katie Williams’ Life of Resistance,” in Liberating Minds Liberating Society: Black Women in the Development of American Culture and Society. Eds. Lopez D. Matthews, Jr. and Kenvi C. Phillips.
Anthony, T. N. (2013). “Continuing the Legacy at Howard University: A Female Scholars Epiphanies,” Torch Journal Special Edition.
Anthony, T. N. (2013). “Strange Bedfellows: Helen G. Edmonds and Young Black Militants in the Growth of Black Leaders for the Twenty-First Century,” in The True Worth of a Race: African-American Women and the Struggle for Freedom. Eds. Lopez D. Matthews, Jr. and Kenvi C. Phillips.
CONLEY, JACQUELINE A.
Associate Professor of Psychology and Department Chair
Jacqueline Conley received her PhD from the Howard University in 1998. She taught at Chicago State University from 1999-2009 in Department of Psychology in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program (CACREP) and served as the CMHC Program Coordinator. From 2009-2013, Dr. Conley relocated abroad to the University of the West Indies-Cave Hill Campus in Barbados to serve as program coordinator and teach in the MSc in Counseling Psychology program. In 2015, Dr. Conley joined Edward Waters College as an associate professor and the Chair for the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences. She has presented nationally and internationally and has an established research agenda. Dr. Conley has published in peer-review journals. In addition, she has 20 years clinical experience and is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (IL), National Board Certified Counselor and an Approved Clinical Supervisor.
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
Research Interest (s):
Training, Supervision & Ethics
Group Work & Mental Health
Innovative teaching practices
Conley, J.A. (2013). Attitudes and perceptions of ethical behaviors among Psychologists practicing in the Caribbean. Ethics and Behavior, 23, 5, 396-409.
Conley, J.A., & Edwards, M. (2011). A Cross-cultural comparative analysis: College student victims and aggressors of intimate partner violence in the West Indies and the United States of America. International Humanities Review, 2, 2, 5-17.
Conley, J.A. (2011). In Treatment: Using a television series as an experiential learning activity for graduate level training in counseling psychology students. International Humanities Review, 2, 2, 29-37.
Conley, J.A. (in progress). The use of For Colored Girls in the development of empathy among Counseling Psychology Students.
Conley, J.A. (in progress). Adult-Group attachment dyads and group attitudes among counseling psychology students participating in an experiential group.
Conley, J.A. (in progress). The impact of emotional intelligence, ethnic identity and personality characteristics on academic self-concept among university students.
Associate Professor of Sociology
Ph.D., Sociology, North Carolina State University-Raleigh, 2001
M.A., Sociology (with Geography as minor). East Carolina University, 1986
M.S., Geography, Dhaka University, 1976
B.S., Geography, Dhaka University, 1974
Islam, N.K. (2015). Weak Bangladesh State and Its Rising Corruption: A Threat to its Fragile Democracy, Social Order, and Economic Progress. [In progress for publication: The Journal of Democracy].
Mandal, A., Islam, N.K., Scott, J., Okafor, B., and Mandal, P. K. (2014). “African American and Cancer: A Minority Health Advocacy,” Journal of Bioprocessing and Biotechniques, vol. 4 (7): 1-3.
Islam, N K., Mandal, A., Scott, J., and Mandal, P.K. (2013). Factor Affecting African American Health: Empowering the community with health Literacy. Journal of Bioprocessing and Biotechniques; vol. 3(1).
Islam, N.K. (2010). Bimsho Sathabdir Bithor-dhia Gore-utha Ake Muslim Bangali Nari [Making of a Twentieth Century Muslim Bhadramahila (Lady)].Published in Proganmer Patheyo [Provisions for New Generation (a commemorative anthology). Khulna (Bangladesh): [Publisher] Tonmoy Prokashoni.
Islam, N. K. (2009). Obstacle for Democracy to be institutionalized in Bangladesh: A few Alternative Ideas regarding how to escape from this political quagmire. Paper presented in The Annual Social and Political Science Seminar of Satkhira City College, Satkhira, Bangladesh. [22 July 2009].
LANDRUM, G. VICTORIA
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
Landrum, G. V. (2010). Editor’s Preface, The McNair Scholarly Review, Vol.15 (Winter 2010), p. iii
Landrum, G. V. (2004). Institutional Adaptation and Professionalization: Faculty Recruitment in Colleges of Visual Art and Design, Unpublished Dissertation, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA.
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, Institute, 1981
BROWN, HAROLD (Political Science)
Ph.D., Theology, Masters International School of Divinity, Evansville, IN, 2005
M.S., International Relations, Auburn University at Montgomery, AL, 1999
M.S., Strategic Studies, Air War College, Montgomery, AL, 1999
B.S., Business Administration/Economics, Rollins College, Winter Park, FL, 1980
State and Local Government
Student Life Skills
CRUZ, THERESA (Psychology)
Ph.D., Advanced Human Behavior - Capella University, anticipated graduation 2016
MSCJ., Criminal Justice – Capella University, 2006
M.A., Human Behaviors – Liberty University, 2004
B.S., Psychology – Excelsior College
Cruz, T. (2012). An examination of the contributions of African American women in education & leadership. Kaplan University. Retrieved from http://www.kaplanuniversity.edu/public-service/articles/education-leadership.aspx .
Cruz, T. (2011). Death with dignity laws: Exploring the impact physician-assisted suicide has on families. Kaplan University. Center for the Helping Professionals. Retrieve from http://helpingprofessions.kaplan.edu/articles/psychology/death_and_dignity_laws.html#cont
FLUELLEN, JERRY (Psychology)
Professor Fluellen is an Educational Psychologist. He invented P=fm (the power teaching prototype). He is one of just twelve hundred educators in the world to have earned a certificate from one of Harvard’s Future of Learning Summer Institutes.
B.S., Elementary Education, Temple University, 1973
M. Ed. Teacher Corps, 1984
Ph. D. coursework (ABD) 1997 to 2004
Research/ Teaching Interests:
Mind, Brain & Education (MBE) Science.
Author of 34 documents published in the ERIC world-wide data base.
TIMLEY, NICOLE (Psychology)
WASHINGTON, STEWART (Psychology)