Updated: August 2012
Alan Stewart is an associate professor in the Department of Counseling and Human Development. He joined the Georgia faculty in 2002. He is a 1994 graduate of the Counseling Psychology Doctoral Program at the University of Georgia. He completed his undergraduate and masters degrees in psychology at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and is a native of the Charlotte area. He holds an undergraduate certificate in Atmospheric Science form the University of Georgia.
The general area of Alan Stewart's research involves the psychology of weather and climate. He is interested in investigating the contributions of the natural and social environment and ecology to human well-being. This research focus also includes prevention of harm due to natural disasters and the use of human-scaled interactions with the natural environment to maintain or restore psychological health.
Alan Stewart is a past President of the Division of Population and Environmental Psychology (Division 34) of the American Psychological Association.
Research Methods in Counseling and Psychology, Introduction to Mental Health and Community Counseling, Research Seminar in Counseling Psychology.
Scope of Interests and Abilities of Potential Doctoral Students