Title: Professor of Psychology
Company: Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University
Location: Tallahassee, Florida, United States
Huberta Jackson-Lowman, Professor of Psychology at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in psychology education.
Dr. Lowman took a course in psychology in high school and became very interested in this area of practice. The idea of learning the science behind one’s mind, especially her own, was intriguing to her. That was her inspiration and she never wavered from the path. In her own academic pursuits, she earned a PhD in clinical psychology, from the University of Pittsburgh, Master of Arts in clinical-experimental psychology from Wichita State University, and a Bachelor of Arts in clinical-experimental psychology from Wichita State University. She devoted her life to helping others, and since 1996, has focused on preparing future generations of mental health professionals to venture on this path with Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University. Prior to working at this institution, she served as a co-director for the Institute for the Black Family with the University of Pittsburgh and as an executive director for the Mayor’s Commission on Families in Pittsburgh.
Dr. Lowman believes her success comes from her love, interest, and commitment to her work. She is constantly learning and being stimulated by the progression of the field as well as growing with it. Success isn’t what she chases, she simply is doing what she loves and expressing what defines her through her work. Success has become a bi-product. Since 2015, she has served as the president of, The Association of Black Psychologists, Incorporated. In her career thus far, Dr. Lowman is most proud of her second edition of Anthology on African American Women. It was something she was involved in since graduate school. She is also proud of her other accolades which include the Travel Award from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, the Asa Hillard Scholar Travel Award from Elderhostel Inc., and the Outstanding Scholarship Award for Research from The Association of Black Psychologists.
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