Behavioral Sciences - Faculty

Sharon Dorman

  • Psychology Instructor

  • 214 Brooks Hall, Raymond Campus

  • Bachelor of Music - William Carey College

  • Master of Education in Counseling - Mississippi State University

  • Sponsored Organizations - Psi Beta

Sharon S. Dorman attended Delta State University before receiving a Bachelor of Music degree in Music Therapy from William Carey College. She completed an internship at Timberlawn Psychiatric Hospital in Dallas, Texas. She then earned a Master of Education degree in Counseling from Mississippi State University. Mrs. Dorman has taken postgraduate courses at Mississippi College and Reformed Theological Seminary in the area of family counseling. Prior to joining the faculty at Hinds Community College, Mrs. Dorman was employed as a social worker at The Baptist Children’s Village in Jackson, Mississippi. At Hinds she teaches General Psychology, Child Psychology, and Human Growth and Development.   Her areas of interest include child development and marriage and family counseling.

Heather W. Emory

  • Psychology Instructor

  • 212 Brooks Hall, Raymond Campus

  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology - Mississippi State University

  • Master of Science in Educational Psychology - Mississippi State University

Heather W. Emory received her undergraduate degree in psychology and graduate degree in educational psychology from Mississippi State University. She taught General Psychology, Child Psychology, and Human Growth and Development at East Mississippi Community College before coming to Hinds. Mrs. Emory has also worked as an academic counselor and online instructor for Copiah-Lincoln Community College.

Carrie E. Fielder, Ph.D.

  • Psychology Instructor

  • 213 Brooks Hall, Raymond Campus

  • www.twitter.com/dr_fielder

  • Bachelor of Science in Psychology - Western Michigan University

  • Master of Arts in School Psychology - University of Southern Mississippi

  • Doctorate in School Psychology - University of Southern Mississippi

Dr. Carrie Fielder attended Western Michigan University where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in the area of Psychology. She then earned her Master of Art and Doctorate of Philosophy from the University of Southern Mississippi, both in the area of School Psychology. Dr. Fielder completed her internship at the Munroe-Meyer Institute at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha. Her post-doctoral training was completed at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, where she continued to work with children and families to encourage positive behavior change. Dr. Fielder currently teaches for Hinds Community College on the Raymond Campus in the area of Psychology. Her professional background includes school consultation and family therapy in areas such as Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD), adolescent problems, and academic skill building. Dr. Fielder’s other interests include academic problems and behavioral disorders that directly impact the functioning of children and their families, as well as school and community-based interventions.

Audrey Glenn

  • Sociology Instructor, Department Chair

  • 210 Brooks Hall, Raymond Campus

  • Bachelor of Science in Sociology - University of Mississippi

  • Master of Science in Sociology - University of Mississippi

Mrs. Glenn, received her undergraduate and graduate degrees in Sociology from the University of Mississippi.  Areas of special interest include: Social Problems, Sociology of the Family, Gerontology and International Studies.  In conjunction with the Hinds Community College Honors program, Mrs. Glenn has developed an International Community Involvement studies program for Hinds students interested in studying in Costa Rica. 

Alma J. Calix

  • Sociology Instructor

  • 211 Brooks Hall, Raymond Campus

  • Bachelor of Arts - Lambuth University

  • Master of Arts - University of Memphis

Ms. Alma Judith Calix attended Lambuth College where she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and minored in Psychology. She then earned her Master of Arts from the University of Memphis in Sociology, with concentrations in social control and stratification. Ms. Calix later attended Mississippi State University where she did graduate work in sociology in the area of international development. Currently Ms. Calix has finished all doctoral graduate class work and will continue to work on her dissertation.   She has also earned a specialty in Maya studies when she attended a summer internship program in Central America.

Nancy Allen

  • Criminal Justice Instructor

  • 211 Brooks Hall, Raymond Campus

  • Bachelor of Arts in Political Science - University of Southern Mississippi

  • Master of Science in Criminal Justice - University of Southern Mississippi

  • Sponsored organizations: Criminal Justice Club

Nancy Allen received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science and Master of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Southern Mississippi. Upon graduation, Ms. Allen worked as a police officer for the Pearl Police Department while simultaneously teaching at the Mississippi Law Enforcement Officers’ Training Academy. Ms. Allen was offered a position with the state’s Attorney General’s Office as an Intelligence Analyst in the Organized Crime Section. In 1988, Ms. Allen began teaching for Hinds Community College as an adjunct instructor and is now the only full-time Criminal Justice Instructor for the district. From April 2002 until October 2005 Ms Allen was also employed part-time as the Youth Coordinator for the Office of Highway Safety. Along with the Student Advisory Board, Ms. Allen coordinated and produce conferences for students from around the state.