Psychology, Responsible Conduct of Research, Statistics, Research Methodology, and Applied Research and Program Evaluation.
Dr. Russell-McKenzie’s current research interests include the underrepresentation of minorities, particularly in graduate and postdoctoral science programs, and of women at senior faculty and administrative levels in tertiary education. She is very interested in the role of mentoring; contextual, motivational and identity factors; and the impact of educational and financial policies on underrepresented student populations.
Dr. Russell-McKenzie earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from the University of West Indies. Her Masters and PhD degrees in Educational Psychology with a focus on Program Evaluation were earned at the Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She is a member of the American Evaluation Association, the American Educational Research Association, and the American Psychological Association.