As University of the Rockies Provost, I am excited to work with our amazing students and faculty. At University of the Rockies we offer Master’s and Doctorate degree programs focused on the social and behavioral sciences- the human side of science. Our programs are designed for current and aspiring leaders in a wide range of organizations.
You'll find that University of the Rockies faculty members are well educated, highly credentialed, and committed to involvement in the professional community through writings, publications, and presentations. All faculty members have doctorate degrees and are invested in the education of our students.
I invite you to explore our programs and meet our fantastic faculty.
Jeremy Moreland, Ph.D.
University of the Rockies Provost
Welcome from Dr. Irene Stein, Interim Academic Department Chair-Doctoral Studies
I have had the pleasure of being a member of the University of the Rockies faculty since 2009. I can tell you that members of this faculty work together as a team and individually in dedication to their students and to the school. I am proud to be a member of this faculty and proud to represent them in the school’s organization.
I share with the faculty the pleasure of meeting and working with students throughout their academic programs—watching students learn and grow in this rich educational environment. I wish you well as you move on your personal, professional, and scholarly journeys!
Irene F. Stein, Ph.D.
Full Time Faculty
Education: Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, University of Maryland; Master of Science, Professional Counseling, Capella University; PhD, Human Services, Capella University.
Education: Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, University of Wisconsin; Master of Science in Sociology/Corrections, Minnesota State University; PhD in Human Services, Cappella University; Juris Doctorate, William Mitchell College of Law.
Allen E. Cornelius
Education: Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry and Philosophy, Franklin and Marshall College; Master of-Forensic Sciences, George Washington University; Master of Arts in Sport Psychology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; PhD, Counseling Psychology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Education: Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs; Master of Science in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Colorado State University; PhD in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Colorado State University.
Education: Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Stetson University; Master of Science in Counseling and Human Development, Troy State University; PhD in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Capella University.
Timothy H. Rice
Education: Bachelor of Science in Physical Education, Mobile College; Master of Sport Science degree in Sport Management, United States Sports Academy; Doctor of Sports Management, United States Sports Academy.
Irene F. Stein
Education: Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, Bucknell University; Master of Science in Computer Science and Applications, Virginia Polytechnic Institute; Master of Arts in Human and Organizational Systems, Fielding Graduate Institute, Master of Arts in Communication Development, Colorado State University, Ph.D. in Human and Organizational Systems, Fielding Graduate University.
Education: Masters of Public Health in Behavioral Sciences and Health Education, University of California Los Angeles; PhD Social Research Methodologies, University of California, Los Angeles.
Education: Bachelor of Science Mass Communication, University of Colorado Boulder; Bachelor of Arts Spanish Language and Literature, University of Colorado Boulder; Master of Arts in Mass Communication, University of Colorado Boulder; PhD Higher Education, University of Denver.
Education: Bachelor of Arts, New York University; Master of Business Administration, Hofstra University; PhD Applied Organizational Psychology, Hofstra University