James Conway, PhD
Professor of Psychological Science at Central Connecticut State University
James M. Conway, PhD, is a professor of Psychological Science at Central Connecticut State University. He has been head of the evaluation team for the IMRP’s Children of Incarcerated Parents initiative since 2008, evaluating a variety of interventions for CIP. His research is also focused on children of incarcerated parents, e.g., on community-level factors affecting children and families.
Jim has a bachelor’s degree in psychology from SUNY Binghamton and received his PhD in industrial/organizational psychology from the University of Connecticut. He has been on the faculty at CCSU since 1998, and prior to that was on the psychology faculty at Seton Hall University for six years.