Faculty


Robin McGovern


Coordinator, Assistant Professor, Psychology

Courses Taught: NS-341: Behaviorial Neuroscience, NS-631: Neuroscience Research 1, NS-682: Neuroscience Honors Research.

Biography: Dr. McGovern earned her Ph.D. from the Medical University of South Carolina.  She is a behavioral neuroscientist whose primary research interests are in the area of behavioral pharmacology with an emphasis on the biological basis of drug addicition.

Katherine Robertson


Coordinator, Associate Professor, Biology


Courses Taught: BIO 363: Animal Behavior, BIO 201/202: Foundations in Biology, BIO 321: Developmental Biology

Biography: Dr. Robertson earned her Ph.D. from King’s College, University of London, in Developmental Biology, where she studied the Development of the Enteric Nervous System in Chicken Embryos (Advisor, Ivor Mason). She has done post-doctoral research at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, and has taught at Duquesne University, also in Pittsburgh. Her research focuses on Brain Development and Brain Plasticity in insects

Kirk M. Lunnen


Associate Professor, Psychology


Courses Taught: PSY-351: Cognition

Biography: Dr. Lunnen earned hi Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Ohio University, in Athens, OH.   While there he studied psychotherapy process and outcome under the supervision of Dr. Benjamin Ogles and health psychology under the supervision of Dr. Christopher France.

Terri L. Lenox


Associate Professor, Math and Computer Science


Courses Taught: Neural Networks cluster: CS-271

Biography:Dr. Lennox earned her Ph.D. from the University of Pittsburgh in Information Science where she studied how teams work together with the aid of intelligent software agents. Dr. Lennox has a B.S. in Biology which in combination with her graduate education feeds her interest in the boundaries of where technology meets the human.

 

 

David Goldberg


Associate Professor, Philosophy


Courses Taught: PHI 218: Philosophy of Mind

Biography: Dr. Goldberg earned his Ph.D. from Duquesne University where his primary interest was the German Philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche. 

Marosh Furimsky


Assistant Professor, Biology


Courses Taught: BIO-334: Physiology, Neural Biology

Biography: Dr. Furimsky earned his Ph.D. in Biology from the University of Ottawa in Canada, where he was examining the mechanism if pH regulation in liver cells of teleost fish.