Ph.D.: 1989, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN

  • Subject: Psychology (Major: Educational Psychology; Minor: Cognitive Psychology)
  • Selected for the Hardy C. Wilcoxen Outstanding Psychology Dissertation Award.


M.A.: 1980, The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C.

  • Subject: School Psychology
  • An additional 30 graduate credits in the post-master's specialization in School Psychology culminated in a certificate of training in School Psychology.


B.S.: 1978, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA

  • Subject: Psychology
  • Graduated with honors


Dr. Young has been at UConn since Fall 1990 and prior to that was associated with Vanderbilt's Learning Technology Center (LTC) for 3 years. His background includes 5 years as a high school mathematics and computer teacher with K-12 responsibility for the use of computers at the University School of Nashville. He currently serves as Coordinator for the Master's and Sixth Year 2 Summers in Learning Technology options.


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