Holly E. Tatum Randolph College
Holly Tatum is the Mary Sabel Girard ‘34 Professor of Psychology and Chair of the Psychology Department at Randolph College in Lynchburg, Virginia. She teaches undergraduate courses in experimental, research methods, tests and measurements, gender, and health psychology as well as the senior capstone course. Holly’s research interests include the scholarship of teaching and learning. Her recent work has examined the effect of different types of honor codes on academic integrity. As a proponent of undergraduate research, Holly has co-authored book chapters on research-based capstone courses and summer research programs for undergraduates. Holly regularly participates in the Randolph College Summer Research Program supervising undergraduates conducting research. She also involves students in her own research as assistants and collaborators. These projects have led to numerous presentations at national conferences, a book chapter, and three peer-reviewed journal articles with undergraduate co-authors. Holly earned her PhD in Experimental Psychology from the University of Tennessee.