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Suzanne Hartman, PhD

Assistant Professor, Child Development and Family Studies

West Virginia University
College of Education and Human Services
Department of Learning Sciences and Human Development

Office: 507C Allen Hall
Phone: 304-293-3343

Dr. Suzanne Hartman is a faculty member of the Child Development and Family Studies program here in the College of Education and Human Services, and is a faculty affiliate of the university's Program Evaluation and Research Center. Her areas of expertise are childhood development and early academic achievement among at-risk populations. She earned her bachelors in Psychology from the University of Maryland at College Park, and her master's in Psychology and PhD in Psychology - with a concentration in Applied Developmental Psychology - from George Mason University. At WVU, she teaches courses in Lifespan Development (CDFS 110), Early Childhood Development (CDFS 212), and in Research Methods and Data Analysis (CDFS 250).

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