» Amy C. Moors

Assistant Professor of Psychology, Crean College of Health and Behavioral SciencesAmy C. Moors

Research Fellow, The Kinsey Institute, Indiana University

Email: moors@chapman.edu



2015-16                                 Postdoctoral Scholar, National Center for Institutional Diversity, ADVANCE Program, and Energy Institute, University of Michigan (Mentors: Prof. Abigail Stewart & John DeCicco)

2009-15                                 Ph.D. in Psychology and Women’s Studies, University of Michigan (Mentors: Prof. Terri Conley, Robin Edelstein, & Abigail Stewart)

2007-09                                 M.S. in Experimental Psychology, Villanova University (Mentor: Prof. Thomas Toppino)

2002-07                                 B.A. in Psychology and Women’s Studies, William Paterson University (Mentor: Prof. Elizabeth Haines)


Dr. Moors’s research interests lie at the intersection of gender, sexuality, interpersonal relationships, and inclusion. In the area of broadening participation in science and engineering, her work examines barriers to and evidence-based strategies for promoting inclusion. Current projects include an intervention for college students aimed at reducing prejudice and promoting ally engagement as well as a mixed-method study focused on understanding the experiences of LGBTQ people in STEM workplaces.

KEYWORDS: broadening participation in STEM, gender roles, LGBTQ issues, equitable policies, ally development, social science research and evaluation

Google scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=-e6ulXEAAAAJ&hl=en