Ph.D. in Community Psychology, Georgia State University, 2017
MS in Psychology, Georgia Southern University, 2012
BA in Psychology, Morehouse College, 2010
Jacque-Corey Cormier is a clinical assistant professor of health promotion and behavior in the School of Public Health at Georgia State University.
Dr. Cormier previously taught advanced research methods and cultural competency-building courses for undergraduate programs and a graduate-level statistics course and will continue to teach similar courses for the School of Public Health.
Dr. Cormier earned his doctorate in Community Psychology from Georgia State, and has consulted with several non-profits and government agencies to provide program evaluation and research management services. He was previously a research lab manager for a longitudinal, outcome evaluation of Caminar Latino’s domestic violence programming. Additionally, he has assessed and revised the Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice’s commercial sexual exploitation intervention program for girls to align with relevant theories and research. Dr. Cormier completed a study abroad program in 2013 to Tanzania in relation to his graduate research lab’s work on skin-bleaching practices as a global, unintentional injury issue. While in graduate school, Dr. Cormier served the Georgia State recreation center as a group fitness instructor and was the 2016-2017 Fitness Instructor of the Year.
He is passionate about working with youth and in urban areas as he has previously volunteered to address leadership training, civic engagement, physical fitness, and youth voice with various organizations; e.g. Boys & Girls Club of Metro Atlanta, the YMCA, 21st Century Leaders, and local churches and health expos. Dr. Cormier’s research interests include program evaluation, participatory action research, and behavioral health interventions.