Faye Belgrave, M.S., Ph.D.
Research program member: Cancer Prevention and Control
820 W. Franklin St.
Richmond, VA 23298-2018
Professor, Psychology, College of Humanities and Sciences
PhD, University of Maryland (1982)
MS, University of Nebraska (1974)
I focus on HIV and substance abuse prevention research with young African American adults. Community and college samples receive evidence-based interventions, testing, and awareness events.
African American, health disparities, HIV prevention, substance use prevention
Awards and honors
Distinguished Teacher Award, 2006, Virginia Commonwealth University
Distinguished Psychologist Award, 2002, The Association of Black Psychologists
Outstanding Teacher Award, 2001, Virginia Commonwealth University
Dalmas A. Taylor Distinguished Contribution Award, 2000, American Psychological Association
Award for Outstanding Research on Ethnic Minority Issues, 1993, American Psychological Association
Elske V.P. Smith Distinguished Lecturer Award, 2018, VCU College of Humanities and Sciences
Distinguished Contributions to Psychology in the Public Interest (Senior Career Award), 2016, American Psychological Association Award
Charles and Shirley Thomas Award, 2015, American Psychological Association, Division 45
Presidential Awards for Community Multicultural Enrichment, 2014, Virginia Commonwealth University