Arleen Hogan

Contributing Faculty
Richard W. Riley College of Education and Human Sciences
School of Psychology
Ph.D. Developmental Psychology

Arleen Hogan has a Ph.D. in Cognitive, Social, and Developmental Psychology from The New School for Social Research. She began her teaching career in 2002 as an adjunct faculty member at a small, liberal arts school for adult learners within a local College. Over the years, her higher education career grew to include full-time employment as a faculty member and later as an administrator while continuing to teach various psychology courses on the bachelor's level. Additionally, she has been employed in a doctoral program for Executive Leadership as a part-time faculty member, where she taught a summer intensive seminar as well as worked as a committee chair or co-chair on a variety of doctoral dissertation projects.
At Walden University, Dr. Hogan is working as a contributing faculty member where she is mentoring dissertations on a chair or co-chair basis.