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