Staff profile

Emily Bovier

Associate Professor & Department Chair


402A Mahar

Office hours

Tuesday and Thursday,  2:00-3:00 via Zoom


Dr. Bovier specializes in experimental research of human sensory behavior in order to understand the influence of environmental factors on neural functioning and subsequent impact on quality of life.  Her work focuses on individual differences in brain and behavior, which can have clinical applications.  Dr. Bovier also specializes in the scholarship of teaching and learning with a focus on neurodiversity in higher education.


Ph.D., The University of Georgia, 2013
Interdisciplinary Certificate in University Teaching, The University of Georgia, 2013
MS, the University of Georgia, 2011
MS, The University of South Carolina Aiken, 2008
BA, Binghamton University, 2005

Classes taught

PSY 303 - Biopsychology
PSY 350 - Abnormal Psychology
PSY 459 - Ethno Cultural Aspects of Trauma
PSY 481 - Neurodiversity