Associate Professor, School Psychology
113 West 60th Street
Office hours: By appointment.
Dr. Harris is an associate professor in the Division of Psychological and Educational Services at Fordham University Graduate School of Education. She received a PhD in school psychology from the University of California, Berkeley.
She brought to Fordham expertise in school-based consultation, educational research and psychological measurement gained from experiences as a practicing psychologist and researcher at Educational Testing Service.
Among her unique contributions, Dr. Harris enhanced the consultation sequence integrating theory and practice within the curriculum and thereby solidifying Fordham's strong reputation for preparing psychologists who serve as leaders and mediators.
Her long term leadership roles in the Quality of Teaching and Curriculum Committees have served to make teaching effectiveness a valued and salient endeavor in the Graduate School.
Dr. Harris has attained international recognition for her professional work aimed at assessing and improving educational systems in Third World countries in Latin America and Africa.
She is particularly valued for the high level of scholarship and commitment she brings to her roles as researcher, teacher, mentor, and role model.