Professor of Human Development and Family Studies
Professor-in-Charge, Undergraduate Programs
Bo Cleveland studies individual differences in substance use and misuse as well as how individuals’ characteristics modify the impact of experiences on substance use and addictive behaviors. His work focuses on person-context and person-experience interactions.
Assistant teaching professor
Faculty liaison, HDFS APG
Marc McCann's priority is to prepare undergraduate students for internships and careers in human services via coursework (455, 490, 495A, 495B) and connections with alumni and other professionals in the field.
Career Development and Engaged Learning Specialist
Megan collaborates with faculty and staff to design and support career-oriented educational opportunities for HDFS undergraduates, as well as maintains relationships with key partners and community organizations that host interns and relevant programs for HDFS students.