Sinead N. Younge, Ph.D.

Morehouse College

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Division Faculty
  • Danforth Endowed Professor in Psychology
  • Director, Institute for Social Justice Inquiry and Praxis, Andrew Young Center for Global Leadership
Dr. Sinead Younge, Ph.D., is the Danforth Endowned Professor in Psychology at Morehouse College.

Dr. Younge received her Bachelor of Arts in psychology with a minor in Africana Studies at San Diego State University and Master of Arts and doctorate  in ecological-community psychology with a cognate in urban affairs from Michigan State University. Dr. Younge completed a postdoctoral fellowship with the Fellowship in Research and Science Teaching (FIRST) Program at Emory University. Dr. Younge is the beneficiary of several training programs, including the McNair Scholars Program, the National Institute of General Medicine’s Minority Access to Research Careers (MARC) Program, and the American Psychological Association Minority Fellowship Program (APA) MFP. Dr. Younge conducts health research with communities of color and examines the social determinants of health, in addition to volunteering with prison education initiatives throughout Georgia.



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The Role of HBCUs

Sinead Younge, Danforth Endowed Professor, Department of Psychology, Morehouse College, reviews the long involvement of Historically Black Colleges and Universities with issues of justice and equity in public health.

Lunch and Learn with Dr. Sinead Younge-DeKalb History Center

Join us for a virtual presentation from Dr. Sinead Younge of Morehouse College. She will be discussing the intersections of the twin pandemics of COVID-19 and social injustice going on in our world right now and how best to document it for future generations.