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Crandall University is pleased to announce Professor Lucy Huang as the newest member of the Psychology Department. She will begin her time at Crandall University this summer.
Lucy is currently in the process of completing her PhD in Experimental Psychology from UNB Fredericton. Prior to her studies at UNB, Professor Huang earned her MA in Education at Beijing Normal University and her BSc in applied Psychology at North China University of Technology & Science. She has published articles in the Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology and the Psychonomic Bulletin & Review.
Throughout her years of education, Professor Huang has spent considerable time delving into research; some topics of particular interest to her include cultural differences, cultural identity and cultural adaptation, cultural products analysis, positive psychology, mental health, and wayfinding with digital maps. She has conducted psychological research by using various approaches: both qualitative and quantitative, from online and in-person, as well as meta-analysis.
When asked about her upcoming role and move to the city of Moncton, Professor Huang expressed nothing but positive sentiments. “Joining Crandall is a milestone in my life, and I firmly believe this is God’s calling for me,” shared Huang. “I hope to integrate my experience and skills with the Christian faith to contribute to Crandall as much as I can. I look forward to knowing and interacting with the vibrant young students at Crandall. I am also very excited to work with all y wonderful colleagues in the coming years!”
Some courses that Professor Huang will be teaching here at Crandall include: Advanced Research Methods, Neuropsychology, Psychology of Emotions, Positive Psychology, and Adolescent Development. “We also hope to have her teach classes that take advantage of her background in cultural psychology and cognitive psychology in future years,” shares Dr. Elissa Rodkey, Department Coordinator and one of Professor Huang’s future psychology department colleagues.