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Dr. Donna Roberts has been involved in higher education at military bases for over 30 years, including both faculty and administrative positions. She has been with Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University since 2003 and is presently assigned duties as the Department Chair of Social Sciences and Economics in the College of Arts and Sciences. As a faculty member Dr. Roberts has been involved in all aspects of the curriculum – from development to evaluation to delivery. Additionally, she has served as an Officer of the Faculty Senate and on various strategic University committees. Her research interests include media psychology, prison reform, human and animal rights, educational psychology and industrial/organizational psychology. Her background is in education and the social sciences with educational qualifications including a Ph.D. in Psychology and several Master's Degrees. Donna is originally from a small town in the Finger Lakes region of upstate New York – Canandaigua (a Native American name that means “the chosen spot”). She currently resides in Europe with her husband and various rescue cats.


Media Psychology

Generational Studies

Psychology in Everyday Life


Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Psychology

Master of Aeronautical Science

Master of Business Administration

Master of Education in Adult & Higher Education

Master of Human Relations

Master of Education in Counseling


Fellow, Royal Society of the Arts (FRAS)

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