Assistant Professor of Psychology

University of Richmond

Janelle's research examines intra- and inter-cultural processes of college students’ intercultural competence development. As an active clinician and clinical researcher, she also examines the intersection of trauma and identity. Her recent publications focus on topics related to college students intercultural competence development, short-term study abroad, and assessment in global learning. She has also traveled with students to conduct community-based research in Panama, Peru and Nicaragua.

Janelle earned a B.A. in Psychology at Wake Forest University, and a dual Ph.D. in Clinical and School Psychology at the University of Virginia.

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