Back to class
Dr. Doug Needham to return to teaching
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January 4, 2015

After 17 years of administrative service, Dr. Doug Needham will be returning to the classroom. Needham was appointed as Provost and Vice President Academic in July 2012. Prior to that, he had served as the Dean of Sciences and Social Sciences for 10 years. As Associate Professor of Psychology, he will be focusing on courses in developmental psychology and the psychology of health and well-being.

“While we will miss Doug’s administrative skills and expertise, our students will certainly benefit from his return to teaching,” notes President Krygsman. “I want to thank him very much for his years of service in academic administration, and look forward to his contributions in providing psychology students the excellent education that marks Redeemer.”

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