Kathleen Dudemaine, Ph.D.
Director, Master of Science in Psychology Program
Ph.D., Boston University, Human Development
M.A., Rhode Island College, Personality and Social Psychology
B.A., Rhode Island College, Major: Psychology; Minor: the Foundations of Education
Dr. Kathleen Dudemaine is the Director of the Master of Science in Psychology program and an Associate Professor at the Institute for the Psychological Sciences. Prior to coming to IPS, Dr. Dudemaine taught at the University of the Virgin Islands and served as Coordinator of the undergraduate psychology program on UVI’s St. Thomas campus.
In addition to teaching, Dr. Dudemaine’s primary interest has been in the area of curriculum development. She has served as Chair of the UVI Curriculum Committee for the past seven years, and as a member for twelve years. During this time she was the primary developer and promoter of a new Master of Arts degree in psychology, a new Master of Science degree in psychology, a new minor in psychology, and a new certificate program in developmental psychology, as well as many other new courses.