Dr. Ward Davis recently joined the Wheaton College faculty as Assistant Professor of Psychology.
Previously, Davis served as Assistant Professor in the Rosemead School of Psychology at Biola University, where he was awarded the Sorenson Outstanding Faculty Award in 2012.
Davis is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he earned a B.A. in Psychology and History. He completed an M.A. in Clinical Psychology and a Psy.D. at Regent University.
His scholarly interests include psychological assessment, interpersonal neurobiology, and the psychology of religion and spirituality. He also serves as a psychological assessor and psychotherapist at Alliance Clinical Associates in Wheaton, Ill.
Davis first joined the Wheaton College faculty in 2012, serving as a visiting assistant professor of psychology.
“Over the past year, I have thoroughly enjoyed being a part of this community of outstanding students, faculty, and staff, and it is a humbling privilege to now join the Wheaton community as an assistant professor,” Davis says. “It is particularly a joy to continue journeying with the top-notch students and faculty in our Wheaton doctoral psychology program.”
“Dr. Davis fills a critical role among our doctoral faculty,” Wheaton College provost Dr. Stanton Jones says. “He comes to Wheaton with great experience and brings great energy.”