Mandy Cleveland

Mandy Cleveland

  • Associate Professor of Psychology, Department of Psychological Science & Human Services
  • Faculty, College of Behavioral & Social Sciences
LC 376 Carnell Learning Center
Education & Licenses

Ph.D., Ball State University (2012) 
M.A., Ball State University (2006) 
B.S., University of Southern Indiana (2002) 

Licensed Psychologist (doctoral) #1443, State of South Carolina



  • Are They Paying Attention? Students' Lack of Motivation and Attention Potentially Threaten the Utility of Course Evaluations in Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education. (2015)


  • Identification With All Humanity Predicts Attitudes about Refugees and Counter-terrorism. South Carolina Psychological Association. Mrytle Beach, South Carolina. (2016)
  • Does a Liberal Arts Education Extend the Sphere of Concern?. 7th Annual Peace Conference Lander University. Greenwood, South Carolina. (February, 2015)
  • Are they paying attention? Student motivation and perceptions regarding instructor evaluations.Southeastern Conference on the Teaching of Psychology. Atlanta, Georgia. (2015)
  • The multiple rolls of conflict museums: Prevention, education, remembrance and tourism. 6th Annual Peace Conference. Greenwood, South Carolina. (2014)
  • Exposure to Trauma among University Students: Coping Strategies and Academic Impact.South Carolina Psychological Association. Mrytle Beach, South Carolina. (2014)
  • Do I really want to be a therapist? A theories and techniques of psychotherapy class designed to help students decide if graduate school in counseling is right for them.. Southeastern Conference on the Teaching of Psychology. Atlanta, Georgia. (2014)