Tiffany Taylor currently serves as the Faculty & Student Research Manager for the Smith Institute for Applied Research at Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, NC. Tiffany received both her B.A. and M.A. in Psychology from North Carolina Central University in Durham, NC. Tiffany has worked as a graduate teaching assistant, and data analyst for the department of Psychology at NCCU, and has also served as a lead Psychology Instructor for the Duke University Talent Identification Program (TIP) and program trainer for the Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education READS for Summer Learning Program. In addition to her current role at JCSU, Tiffany also serves as an adjunct professor for Leadership and Personal Development (Smith Seminar), and is the advisor for the Smith Institute’s Student Research Ambassador program. Her specific research interests focus on understanding intimate relationship dynamics of African American young adults, and her previous work has been published in the Journal of Black Relationships and Sexuality. Tiffany enjoys teaching and working with students to develop new ways to encourage research skill development and discovery, no matter their major or interests.
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