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Amy Canevello

Associate Professor

Amy Canevello, associate professor of psychology, has a research focus on goals and motivation in interpersonal relationships and their consequences for close relationship processes. Specifically, she uses longitudinal methods to examine how people’s social goals affect their own relationship beliefs, emotions and behaviors.

Rachel L. Austin

Lecturer of Sociology

Rachel Austin has been a lecturer/instructor at a variety of higher education institutions, including a state university, a private four-year college, technical colleges and local community colleges throughout Central and Western North Carolina and the upper Piedmont of South Carolina.

Richard D. McAnulty

Associate Professor

Richard McAnulty is a clinical psychologist and associate professor of psychology with over 30 years of experience. His recognized expertise is in sexual deviation, sexual offending, and sexual misconduct. He also has expertise in clinical psychology and psychopathology (mental disorders).

Robert Cramer

Associate Professor & Belk Distinguished Scholar of Health Research

Robert J. Cramer, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Public Health Sciences and Belk Distinguished Scholar in Health Research at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Holding a Ph.D. in clinical psychology, his expertise includes suicide prevention, mental health, hate crimes, violence prevention, sexual and gender minority health, and theories of health and personality.

Ryan P Kilmer

Professor, Psychology

Ryan Kilmer is a professor in the Department of Psychological Science, interim chair for the Department of Kinesiology, and co-director of the Community Psychology Research Lab at UNC Charlotte. He is also president of the Global Alliance for Behavioral Health and Social Justice.

Sara M Levens

Associate Professor

Sara M. Levens is an associate professor of Psychology at the UNC Charlotte. After receiving her Ph.D. from New York University, she completed postdoctoral positions at Stanford University, University of California, Berkeley, Carnegie Mellon and the University of Pittsburgh.