Lejuez is professor of psychology and associate dean of research for the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences at University of Maryland-College Park.He is founder and director of Maryland's Center for Addictions, Personality and Emotions Research and serves as administrative director at the Maryland Neuroimaging Center.He taught a winter class every year at the University of Maryland, where he taught for 14 years before coming to Kansas.He earned his master's degree and doctorate in clinical psychology from West Virginia University in 1997 and 2000, respectively, and he completed his clinical internship at the Brown University Clinical Training Consortium.He is only the seventh person to serve in this position and is the third interim since KU moved from the vice chancellor model to creating a provost/executive vice chancellor position in 1996.He has also done research on mood and personality disorders and has applied his treatment strategies around the world, including in China and several South American countries.
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College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Carl Lejuez, professor of psychology and associate dean of research for the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences at the University of Maryland - College Park, will make a public presentation Wednesday, Sept. 2, as a candidate for dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of Kansas. He is the third of four candidates for the position who will make public presentations during their respective campus visits. At Maryland, he is founder and director of the Center for Addictions, Personality and Emotions Research. He joined the University of Maryland in 2001 after he completed a one-year appointment as assistant research professor at Brown University.