Chandra Mason

Professor of Psychology 540-887-7096

BA, University of Virginia; MA, James Madison University; PhD, The City University of New York

Chandra Mason is a social-personality psychologist with broad research interests in social justice, social roles, and social neuroscience.  She first began teaching at Mary Baldwin in 2002 in MBU Online, and returned full-time to the main campus in 2008, where she regularly teaches the Introductory Psychology course series, Experimental Psychology, Social Psychology, Personality Psychology, the Psychology of Social Justice, and History and Systems of Psychology, and occasionally teaches Behavioral Statistics and Industrial/Organizational Psychology.  Professor Mason earned degrees in Psychology from the University of Virginia, James Madison University, and The Graduate School and University Center at the City University of New York, and enjoys spending time with her family, reading, traveling, patronizing the performing arts, and watching (mostly) good television and films.