Dr. Lennell Dade served as Faculty Representative to
the Board of Trustees. Served on the Faculty appointment Committee.
Facilitated the assessment of Lincoln's President. Attended
The Association of Black Psychologists Conference.
Dr. Kevin E. Favor is the Chair of the Psychology Department.
Led review of departmental curriculum. Coordinated the Henry
Cornwell Lecture Series. Co-directed the annual Senior Seminar
Colloquium. He helped prepare two seniors for their participation
in an undergraduate research conference sponsored by Messiah College,
Lancaster, PA - April 2003. Served on Act 101/Time Advisory
Board, the Institutional Review Board, and the Middle States Students
and Student Services Task Force for the University. Professionally,
he served on the Maryland Psychological Associations Diversity Committee.
Attended Autism Spectrum Disorders: Current Trends in Diagnoses, Assessment
& Treatment workshop in Bethesda, MD. Attended the Multiple
Sclerosis Conference, Moderator/Presenter Young Researchers
Poster Presentation and Reception at the Lonnie Mitchell National
HBCU Substance Abuse Conference. His achievements include publications,
grants, research and service. Recertified in the Treatment
of Alcohol and Other Psychoactive Substance Use. Disorders by
the College of Professional Psychology.
Denise Gaither-Hardy served on the Middle States Task
Force Committee for Lincoln University, Departmental Liaison for the
Honors Program and was a University Marshal. Prepared a four-year
Psychology Department general track schedule for incoming students.
She is a Freshman Advisor and a Psychology Club Advisor. Aided
in revising the Industrial/Organizational track. Coordinated
with the Lincoln Library in holding the Henry Cornwell Colloquium
Annual Fine Arts Presentation. Submitted Grant proposals:
Alert Today, Alive Tomorrow - to the Paul Robeson fund for Independent
Media.. Attended the National Center for Health Statistics Conference
in Washington, DC. Statistian for Dr. Chilwem and Dr. Louden
HIV Nigerian Grant. Her Achievements include publications, grants,
research and service.
Dr. Penelope Kinsey attended the National Center for
Health Statistics: Data Users Conference in Washington, DC.
Paper submitted and approved for publication by the Journal of Applied
Social Psychology by Stephen Peters, Penelope Kinsey and Thomas Malloy;
Title of Investigation: Perceptions of Leadership: Components
and Dispositional Correlates in An African-American College Sample.
Finalized and submitted for publication: "The Religious-Spiritual
Orienting System of African-Americans; coping Implications for Conceptual
and Empirical Efforts in Personality Assessment."
Paper submitted to Lincoln University Press. Collaborated with
Drs. John Chilwem and Delroy Louden for re-submission of grant "Socioeconomic
and Demographic Characteristics of Drug Users in relation to Health
and HIV/AIDS in Jamaica" to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health
Services Agency (SAMSHA). Professional Consultant to
the Pemberton School District's programming activities to diversify
district personnel. Assisted with the Psychology Department
Henry Cornwell Lecture Series. Prepared and co-directed the
annual Senior Seminar Colloquium. Provided funds for the activities
sponsored by the Psychology and Psi Chi Clubs. Helped prepare
three seniors for their participation in an undergraduate research
conference sponsored by Messiah College. She is a member of
Lincoln University's HPER Faculty/Athletic Trainer Search Committee
and Ad Hoc Advisory Committee for Honors Program. Presented
for the School of Social Sciences and Behavioral Studies Brown Bag
Lecture Series. Achievements are publications, grants, research and