Marjorie Sanfilippo

Professor of Psychology
Robert A. Staub Distinguished Teacher Award, 2005

Continuing Education Center (CEC) 224

Degrees

Ph.D., University of Miami, 1993
B.S., Mary Washington College, 1987

Margie Sanfilippo

Margie joined the faculty in 2000 and taught full-time before taking on administrative responsibilities for the college. Currently the Associate Dean of Faculty, Margie still teaches courses in the B.S. track, including Advanced Statistics, Advanced Research, and Tests & Measurements. Her area of research focuses on children’s injury behaviors, particularly around firearms, and she is active in advocacy efforts to keep guns off college campuses.

Selected Publications

Sanfilippo, M.S. (2002). Behavior-oriented approaches to reducing youth gun violence. The Future of Children, 12, 101-117.
Sanfilippo, M.S. (2006). Keeping children safe around guns: Pitfalls and promises. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 11, 352-366.