Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the College, Professor of Psychology, Roscoe W. Payne Endowed Chair in Philosophy & Psychology
Academic Curriculum, Hamilton Library, Academic Records, Engaged Learning (Global Education, Career and Professional Development, Digital Fluency)
Flora, K. C., & Li-Barber, K.T. (2023). Call me Dr. Ruth Howard: First African American Woman to Earn a PhD in Psychology. In J. Grahe, M. Ceynar & R. S. Mason (Eds.), Early Psychological Research Contributions from Women of Color: Volume 1 (Chapter 5). Routledge.
Flora, K.C. (19 October, 2020). Tending to your mental health while leading through a crisis. Academic Leader. https://www.academic-leader.com/topics/leadership/tending-to-your-mental-health-while-leading-through-a-crisis/
Boysen, G., Naufel, K.Z., Sawhiney, M., Wood, S., Flora, K.C., & Hill, J. (2020). Mentorship of undergraduate research experiences: Best practices, learning goals, and an assessment rubric. Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Psychology
Flora, K.C. (2019, April 11). Beyond the icebreaker: Building community in the classroom [Blog post]. Retrieved from https://community.acue.org/blog/beyond-the-icebreaker-building-community-in-the-classroom/
Featured Leader, Women in Leadership, Southside Business Exchange, February 2023 Finalist, Woman of the Year nominee, Aspire Women’s Leadership Workshop, Fall 2022 Graduate of the ICI Leadership Academy, Cohort 2 (2021-2022)
I spend a lot of time in gyms, soccer fields, golf courses, and tennis courts supporting my two children in their athletic endeavors. Personally, I enjoy the outdoors and as a family we do a fair amount of hiking. I love reading, particularly nonfiction and biographies, and watching documentaries. Some of my fondest memories, both professionally and personally, come from travel. I have been fortunate to accompany three sets of Franklin College students on study away courses, and am working to get to visit as many of the 50 states as possible with my family.