College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
School of Psychology
Dr. Aundrea T. Harris has a PhD and MS in Industrial and Organizational Psychology (specialization: Leadership Development and Coaching), from Walden University. Dr. Harris’ academic background also includes a MA in Counseling from Dallas Baptist University and BS in Business Administration and Accounting from Northwestern State University. While attending Walden University, Dr. Harris became a member of the National Society for Leadership and Success (NSLS) and was a co-leader of a Doctoral Student Support Group. She is an Ambassador for Walden University Alumni Association, member of Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP), and an advocate for Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). Dr. Harris has published 3 books and created a blog on topics related to personal and professional growth. She is an advocate for the total well-being of individuals and organizations. Her current role at Walden University is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Behavioral Health Leadership Program.
DRWI 8507 - PsyD BHL Doc Project Virtual
PBHL 8002 - Foundations of Graduate Study in Psychology
IPSY 8004 - Foundations for Graduate Study in Psychology
IPSY 6002 - Foundations for Graduate Study in Psychology
DRWI 8004 - Consulting Skills Intensive
PBHL 8900 - Doctoral Research Project Lab
PBHL 9001 - Behavioral Health Leadership Doctoral Study 1
BS, Northwestern State University - Natchitoches, LA United States
MA, Dallas Baptist University - Dallas, TX United States
MS, Walden University - Minneapolis, MN United States
PhD, Walden University - Minneapolis, MN United States
Awards / Honors
National Society of Leadership and Success, Walden University - NSLS, 2019
Harris, A. T., Bostain, N. S. (2021). The Effect of Mindfulness Techniques on Teacher Resilience as Moderated by Conscientiousness. Journal of Educational Research and Practice.
Harris, A. T. (2020). Cross-Cultural Collaborations: Embracing Authenticity, Humility, and Vulnerability to Strengthen Positive Social Change. Walden Center for Social Change (Real-World Solutions for Real-World Problems).