Community of Graduate Students

  1. Sumbleen AliSumbleenAliPh.D., Parenting and Parenthood; Neuropsychologysumbleen.ali@uconn.edu
  2. Carmen BrittonCarmenBrittonPh.D., Prevention & Early Interventioncarmen.britton@uconn.edu
  3. Ciara CollinsCiaraCollinsPh.D., Prevention & Early Interventionciara.2.collins@uconn.edu
  4. Jennifer DealyJenniferDealyPh.D., Prevention & Early Intervention; Marriage and Family Therapyjennifer.dealy@uconn.edu
  5. Kate DibbleKateDibblePh.D., Health and Well-beingkate.dibble@uconn.eduhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/kate-dibble-m-a-38459266
  6. Erin DonohueErinDonohuePh.D., Parenthood and Parent-Child Relationshipserin.donohue@uconn.edu
  7. Rachael FarinaRachaelFarinaM.A., Marriage and Family Therapy rachael.farina@uconn.edu
  8. Jose Michael GonzalezJose MichaelGonzalezPh.D., Parenthood and Parent-Child Relationships; Prevention & Early Interventionjose-michael.gonzalez@uconn.edu
  9. Molly HarmonMollyHarmonM.A., Prevention & Early Interventionmolly.harmon@uconn.edu
  10. Joy HeafnerJoyHeafnerPh.D., Marriage and Family Therapyjoy.heafner@uconn.edu
  11. Morica HutchisonMoricaHutchisonM.A., Marriage and Family Therapymorica.hutchison@uconn.edu
  12. Kevin HynesKevinHynesPh.D., Marriage and Family Therapykevin.hynes@uconn.edu
  13. Hyeseong KangHyeseongKangPh.D., Marriage and Family Therapyhyeseong.kang@uconn.edu
  14. Courtney LincolnCourtneyLincolnPh.D., Prevention & Early Interventioncourtney.lincoln@uconn.edu
  15. Jessica MaksutJessicaMaksutPh.D., Health and Well-beingjessica.maksut@uconn.edu
  16. Alex MolaverAlexMolaverPh.D., Parenthood and Parent-Child Relationshipsalex.molaver@uconn.edu
  17. Alexander ReidAlexanderReidPh.D., Parenthood and Parent-Child Relationshipsalexander.reid@uconn.edu
  18. Jonelle ReynoldsJonelleReynoldsPh.D., Parenthood and Parent-Child Relationships
    jonelle.reynolds@uconn.edu
  19. Emily SimpsonEmilySimpsonPh.D., Health and Well-beingemily.2.simpson@uconn.edu
  20. Anne Thompson HellerAnneThompson HellerPh.D., Health and Well-beinganne.heller@uconn.edu
  21. Lindsay WestbergLindsayWestbergPh.D., Prevention & Early Intervention lindsay.westberg@uconn.edu

For graduate students, publishing work in scholarly, peer-reviewed journals and sharing work at professional conferences (regionally, nationally, and internationally) is a priority.  See where our graduate students have presented and published their work recently.

UCONN’s graduate students are affiliated with the National Council on Family Relations (NCFR) through The UConn Council on Family Relations (UCCFR), a professional organization for graduate students who are preparing for academic careers in human development, family policy, and other related areas.