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About Michael Vale

Michael Vale is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Sacred Heart University. His research and teaching focuses on ageism and sexual discrimination in older adults. He has published in Frontiers in Psychology, Journal of Social Psychology and International Journal of Sexual Health. He has also presented at the Gerontology Society of America, Association Psychological Science Annual Conference and Midwestern Psychological Association.  Prior to SHU, Michael has lectured at the University of Akron on psychology of diversity, psychology of hate, developmental psychology and topics of sexuality.   Michael has a PhD in adult development and aging psychology from the University of Akron.

Positions

August 2021 - Present Assistant Professor, Sacred Heart University Psychology Department, College of Arts & Sciences
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Professional Service and Affiliations

2015 - 2016 Peer mentor, University of Akron, Office of Multicultural Development
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Education

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2016 - 2021 PhD, The University of Akron ‐ Adult Development & Aging Psychology
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2016 - 2018 MA, The University of Akron ‐ Adult Development & Aging
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2014 - 2016 BA, The University of Akron ‐ Psychology
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2010 - 2013 AAS, Lakeland Community College
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Contact Information

College of Arts & Sciences
Psychology
Humanities Center of Acad Bldg HC*219P2
203-365-4483

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