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Hume House Child Development & Student Research Center

CDC Faculty and Staff

Meet the Child Development & Student Research Center faculty and staff.

Faculty

Sharon Carnahan, PhD

Sharon Carnahan, PhD

Executive Director; Professor of Psychology

T. 407.646.2548

Sharon Carnahan is Executive Director of the Rollins College Child Development & Student Research Center, where she has taught undergraduates since 1990. She is Professor of Psychology at Rollins College. Her research specialties are in program evaluation, community engagement, developmental screening, and early intervention.

Alice Davidson, PhD

Alice Davidson, PhD

Associate Professor of Psychology

Bush Science Bldg

T. 407.646.2129

Alice Davidson is Associate Professor of Psychology and a regular instructor at the CDC, where she has taught undergraduates since 2007. Her research focuses on the study of personal narratives to understand children’s peer relations and social-emotional well-being.

Administrative and Teaching Staff

Diane Terorde Doyle

Diane Terorde Doyle

Director Hume House

Hume House Child Development and Student Research Center

407.646.2515

Caitlin Mason Strickland

Caitlin Mason Strickland

Inclusion Specialist Consultant

Hume House Child Development and Student Research Center

407.646.2588

 
Nayeli Brown

Nayeli Brown

Lead Teacher

Hume House Child Development and Student Research Center

407.646.2588

Lauren Duhon

Lauren Duhon

Pre-K Lead Teacher

Hume House Child Development & Student Research Center

407646-2584

Felysha Lenis

Felysha Lenis

Lead Teacher

Hume House Child Development and Student Research Center

407646.2587

Ruth James

Assistant Teacher

Hume House Child Development & Student Research Center

407-646-2586

Sarah Chadwick

Assistant Teacher

Hume House Child Development and Student Research Center

407.646.2588

Ashley Wood

Assistant Teacher/Afternoon Coordinator

Hume House Child Development & Student Research Center

407646-2584

Aubrey Ashby

Aubrey Ashby

Assistant Teacher

Hume House Child Development & Student Research Center

407646-2587