Erin Dupuis

Associate Vice Provost of Academic Affairs

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Dr. Erin Dupuis is an Associate Professor in Psychological Sciences and Associate Vice Provost. Her current responsibilities in the Provost’s Office include overseeing the Center for Faculty Innovation, which supports faculty development, innovative teaching pedagogies, and new faculty training/orientation.

Dr. Dupuis also works in conjunction with the Director of the Office for Community Engaged, Learning, Teaching, & Scholarship to ensure opportunities for students to engage in quality service learning. Her own students have volunteered for organizations such as the Hope Lodge, Hagar's House, Anna's Art for Kids, Animal Rescue League, Habitat for Humanity, and the St. Bernard Rebuild Project. In 2010, she received the Humanities and Natural Sciences Excellence in Community Service Award. In 2012, she received the Loyola University Senate Community Service Award. In 2016, Dr. Dupuis received the Excellence in Community Engaged Teaching Award from Loyola University. 

Her research is focused on interpersonal violence, in particular on acquaintance rape and violence against women. She has also examined such concepts as illusory judgments of control and prediction, perceptions of wellness for mid-life individuals, and perceived social support in massive online gaming. Dr. Dupuis is also active on several University committees including the Institutional Review Board, the OCELTS Faculty Advisory Committee, and the Neuroscience Committee.