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Charisma University Announces New Dean for the School of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences

Dr. Katheryn Sullivan-Ham

Dr. Katheryn Sullivan-Ham
Dean, School of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences,
Charisma University

The Charisma University Board of Governors at its meeting on March 22nd, 2017 appointed Dr. Katheryn Sullivan-Ham to the position of Dean of the School of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences at Charisma University.

Dr. Katheryn Sullivan-Ham has a Ph.D. in Psychology from Walden University and a MS in Clinical/Community Psychology from Francis Marion University. She also holds a BA in Interdisciplinary Studies (Criminal Justice and Psychology) from the University of South Carolina. Dr. Sullivan-Ham's current interest and research relates to the successful transition from high school to college through dual enrollment programs. Dr. Sullivan-Ham has over 15 years' experience teaching at the undergraduate level and has recently begun teaching at the graduate level. She currently lives in South Carolina with her husband and three daughters. Her hobbies include travel, waterskiing, snow skiing, and horseback riding.

About Charisma University
Charisma University, Turks and Caicos Islands Ministry of Education recognized, candidate for accreditation with ACBSP and institutional member of American Council on Education offers aspiring students and professionals an opportunity to shape their careers and futures. It has always been the University goal to provide brilliant minds an education that is worth both their time and money and with the establishment of Charisma University, we believe that this goal has been achieved. The University is also committed to provide online and on-campus education that are flexible, on-demand, innovative, and utilize sound education technologies and techniques. Charisma degrees are structured to allow students the flexibility to schedule their course work around their other responsibilities. The University currently offers forty-one degree programs and three graduate certificates in its six schools: School of Business, School of Education, School of Philosophy and Religion, School of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences, School of Health Sciences, and School of Law. Charisma University is committed to enhance the intellectual, personal, and professional growth of its students. This is accomplished by providing low tuition, a challenging curriculum, a highly qualified faculty, and strong academic support.