Lorraine Bahrick 71F: Professor, Florida International University.
George Bonanno 83S: Psychologist, Columbia University; pioneered scientific methodology for studying grief; author of The Other Side of Sadness: What the New Science of Bereavement Tells Us About Life After a Loss.
Frederick Conrad 73F: Research associate professor, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan.
Meagan Curtis 99F: Assistant professor, State University of New York; one of a small number of researchers focused on the growing field of music cognition.
Andrew Forsyth 88S: Program chief, primary prevention/HIV social epidemiology, National Institute of Mental Health.
Raymond Gibbs 72F: Professor, University of California at Santa Cruz.
Andrew M. Gordon 81F: Professor of movement science, Teachers College, Columbia University.
Ruthanna Gordon 93F: Professor, Illinois Institute of Technology.
Gary Marcus 86F: Professor, New York University; director of NYU Infant Language Learning Center; author of The Birth of the Mind, The Algebraic Mind: Integrating Connectionism and Cognitive Science and Kluge, a 2008 New York Times Editor’s Choice; editor of The Norton Psychology Reader.
Andrea Martin 01F: Postdoctoral researcher, Basque Center on Cognition, Brain, and Language, San Sebastian, Spain.
Mark Reinitz 76F: Professor, University of Puget Sound.
Susan Sugarman 70F: Author of Freud on the Psychology of Ordinary Mental Life.
Jay Vogt 72F: Owner of Peoplesworth, a consulting company that works with organizations to help foster harmony in the workplace and face the challenges of a rapidly changing world.
Bill Warren 72F: Professor, Brown University.
Timothy D. Wilson 72F: Professor, University of Virginia; author of Redirect: The Surprising New Science of Psychological Change.
Nate Zinsser 74F: Head of West Point Academy’s sports psychology program, teaches army cadets about mind-body performance.