DR. SUSAN ASHCRAFT
Professor of Psychology and Human Development
Dr. Susan Ashcraft joined the Department of
Behavioral and Social Sciences in 2001 and currently serves as an
associate professor of psychology and human development. She teaches
both undergraduate and graduate courses including Marriage
and Family, Psychology of Human Sexuality, Lifespan Development and
Psychology of Gender.
Ashcraft is a published author and researcher in the
areas of child and adolescent sexuality and marriage/family
relationships. Her current field of research deals with child and teen
internet safety issues as well as best practices in sexuality
education for churches and schools.
She received her PhD in human development
& family studies from the University of Tennessee
her MEd in counselor education and counseling psychology from the
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, and her BA in psychology from Lee College.
Ashcraft is married and has two daughters, Kaitlyn and Caroline.