Mentoring is a practice that is demonstrated by the entire Cedarville University psychology faculty and is considered a longtime hallmark of the department. Michael Firmin, Ph.D, professor of psychology, has taken this trademark to a new level.
Along with other Cedarville University faculty, Firmin, who came to Cedarville in 1998, has personally helped 84 students achieve doctoral program admission. His work has amplified the psychology department’s strong suit.
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Weinstein, Mark D., "Professor Links Mentoring to Successful Grad Placement" (2015). News Releases. 147.