Department Chair: Kenneth F. Green
Department Office: Psychology Building (PSY), Room 100
Telephone / FAX: (562) 985‑5001 / (562) 985-8004
Faculty: Courtney Ahrens, James H. Amirkhan, Dan Chiappe, Young-Hee Cho, Chi-Ah Chun, David A. Dowell, Martin S. Fiebert, Dennis G. Fisher, Kenneth F. Green, Dale O. Jorgenson, William L. Kelemen, Diane W. Lee, Kevin MacDonald, Lisa Maxfield, James D. Miles, Hannah-Hanh Nguyen, William Pedersen, Patricia Rozee, Sherry A. Span, Thomas Z. Strybel, Robert E. Thayer, Dustin B. Thoman, Guido G. Urizar, Jr., Kim-Phuong L. Vu, Christopher R. Warren, David J. Whitney, Bianca D.M. Wilson, Arturo Zavala
Department Administrator: Sheri Hale
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