Andrew Knapp is an Assistant Professor of Psychology; previously, he taught psychology at Jamestown Community College, SUNY Brockport, and Monroe Community College. Dr. Knapp has a B.S. in Psychology and an M.A. in Clinical Psychology, as well as a doctorate in Experimental Social Psychology. While pursuing his doctorate degree, Dr. Knapp served as a student clinician, helping to treat those suffering with depression. He also served as a research assistant, which involved interviewing and conducting research on approximately 150 people with HIV/AIDS.
Edward Kennedy is a Professor of Psychology and has taught at FLCC since 1970. Dr. Kennedy, who has spent the majority of his career at FLCC, earned his M.Ed. (Master of Education) and Ed.D. (Doctorate of Education) in counseling and guidance at the University of Rochester. Prior to his teaching days, he served as the Director of Counseling at the University of Rochester for nine years. With nearly 50 years of teaching experience on his resume, Dr. Kennedy brings a great deal of knowledge in abnormal, developmental, and social psychology to his students.