Adjunct professors refer to retired associate or assistant professors or professors external to the University who demonstrate significant involvement in the intellectual life of the academic unit, such as teaching and other projects at the University. 

Note: Adjunct professors are not eligible to supervise graduate theses.

David Bernhardt

Jungian theory and delinquency. Established the Bernhardt Scholarships in Personality and Development for fourth year Honours students.

Suzanne Cooper

Ph.D. (Carleton)
Violence against women and children, with a focus on the long-term effects of trauma across the lifespan; psychology of women and girls, including bias in psychological diagnosis; gender and human rights; the psychological study of social issues such as poverty, drug use and inequality more generally; qualitative methodology, including discourse analysis and participatory action research.

Neda Faregh

Ph.D. (Carleton)
Postdoctoral (McGill) McGill University Health Centre Addiction, Gambling Pathology; Effects of Addiction on the Family.
Transcultural psychology, e-health, addictions and gambling pathology, and psychological aspects of pain.

Renée Gobeil

Ph.D. (Carleton)
Research Branch, Correctional Services of Canada. Parole decision-making, women offenders, Aboriginal offenders, and risk assessment.

Stephanie Greenham

Ph.D. (Ottawa)
Staff Psychologist – Inpatient Psychiatry Lead for Outcomes Management and Research, CHEO
Current research interests include mental health services research, outcomes management, inpatient mental health services for children and youth, predictors of suicide risk and readmission

Shelley Roberts Kelsey

Ph.D. (Carleton)
Spatial cognition, Human Factors/Human System Integration within Healthcare, Nuclear, Transportation, and Defense

Elizabeth K. Nisbet

Ph.D. (Carleton)
Individual differences in subjective connectedness with nature (nature relatedness or NR) and the links with health, well-being (happiness), and environmentally sustainable behaviour.

June Pimm

Ph.D. (Carleton)
Child development in ‘at risk’ populations, with emphasis on the relevance of environmental factors.

Patricia Poulin

Ph.D. (Toronto)
The Ottawa Hospital Pain Clinic & Psychosocial Oncology Program
Chronic pain, chronic disease, cancer, psychosocial oncology, and mindfulness.

Jordan Schoenherr

Ph.D. (Carleton)
Learning and decision-making with applications in the monitoring and regulation of behaviour in individuals and social groups.

Rachelle Thibodeau

Ph.D. (Carleton)
I am most interested in fostering academic success among postsecondary students, particularly those from marginalized groups. In that context, I would be interested in projects investigating social identity, self-concept, socioeconomic factors, stereotype threat, student engagement, academic skills, academic procrastination, university teaching methods, and academic support programs.