Stephanie B. Richman, Ph.D.
Welcome to my webpage! I’m Stephanie B. Richman, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at Baldwin Wallace University. I am a Social Psychologist, someone who studies how people are influenced by the real, imagined, or implied presence of others. More specifically, my research focuses on the self, social rejection, and relationships. Please see the Research Page for more information on my research and access to my publications.
I am passionate about teaching and mentoring students. I highly value undergraduate research engagement and actively involve students in my research and their own independent projects. For more information about the courses I teach and to get more information about doing research with me, please see the Teaching and Mentoring pages respectively. If you have any questions about me or my website, please feel free to contact me
2016-present: Assistant Professor at Baldwin Wallace University
2015-2016: Assistant Professor at Westminster College
2014-2015: Visiting Assistant Professor at Westminster College
2012-2014: Part Time Instructor at Eastern Kentucky University
2014: Ph.D., Experimental Social Psychology, University of Kentucky
2012: M.S., Experimental Social Psychology, University of Kentucky
2010: B.A., Psychology, Northwestern University
Stephanie B. Richman
Baldwin Wallace University
Department of Psychology
33 E. Bagley Rd
Berea, OH 44017