|2006 - Present||Assistant Professor, Nova Southeastern University|
Professional Service and Affiliations
|2011 - Present||Member, Behavioral Gerontology Special Interest Group||2003 - Present||Member, Association for Behavior Analysis (ABA)||2015||Interviewer, NSU's Dual Admission Program||2008 - 2014||Member, Interdisciplinary Council for the study of Autism at NSU||2004 - 2013||President, Haitian Salesian Alumni Association of Florida, Inc (HaSAAF)||2011 - 2012||Member, Classroom Engagement Committee||2010 - 2012||Faculty Leader, First Year Student Reading Group||2012||Interviewer, NSU's Dual Admission Program||2012||Faculty Classroom Evaluator, Social and Behavioral Science||2010||Member, Internal Review Committee (IRC) for BS in Psychology||2008 - 2009||Member, Psychology Learning Outcome Committee/Curriculum Development||2008 - 2009||Member, Student Retention Committee||1998 - 2006||Choir Director, Cathedral of Saint Mary|
|2005||Ph.D., Psychology, Florida International University|
|2003||M.S., Psychology, Florida International University|
|1990||B.A., Psychology, Florida International University|
Conference presentations, proceedings, lectures, and symposia given by Dr. Michael Voltaire
The Morality of Individual Principles of Conscience, its Transformative Power, and its Corollaries CAHSS Intellectual Conversations (2015)
According to Lawrence Kohlberg, most individuals reason at the level of “conventional morality,” whereas only a few individuals reason at a higher developmental level of morality. The latter can opt to challenge the status quo ...
Voila! The Discovery of Hispaniola: Colonization and Cultural Identity of Two Nations CAHSS Intellectual Conversations (2014)
This lecture will explore the concept of personal and cultural identity and highlight the discovery of Hispaniola, its subsequent colonization, and the events that have shaped its transformation. Two republics with a common heritage have ...
From the Womb to the Tomb: Zygotic Development and the Dying Process CAHSS Intellectual Conversations (2013)
This lecture will explore the beginnings of human life from the moment of conception to the blastocyst implantation into the uterine wall. Does life begin at conception? If we are programmed to age and die, ...