With philosophy and developmental psychology degrees from Columbia University, Alice Andrews teaches psychology and evolutionary studies at the State University of New York at New Paltz. She is a founding member/council member of the Applied Evolutionary Psychology Society as well as the founder and former editor-in-chief of The Evolutionary Review: Art, Science, Culture. She serves on the Executive Board of SUNY New Paltz’s Evolutionary Studies program, as well as on the Editorial Boards of Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences and EvoS: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium. Alice is also the founder and editor of Entelechy: Mind & Culture and her novel Trine Erotic (evolutionary fiction) was recently republished by Codhill Press for its 10th-year anniversary.
In addition to her academic pursuits, Alice’s latest project is SACRED NATURALISM. She also has a passion for the rights of nature and served on the Environmental Conservation Commission in the Village of New Paltz for 4 years. She is the founder of the group Mothers & Others United to Shut Down Indian Point as well as the founder of Beyond Pesticides in Ulster County. Singing is another passion; she sings with Gaiatree Sound Project.
“Abnormal Psychology”; “The Science of Happiness”; “Clinical Psychology and Counseling”; “Ecopsychology”; “Evolutionary Psychology”; “Evolutionary Studies Seminar”; “Seminar in Psychology: The Biopsychology of Eros”; “Social Psychology”; “Personality and Psychotherapy”; “Psychology of Women”; and “General Psychology.” Am MA-thesis reader for MA candidates and Honors-thesis reader for Honors students.