Florence L. Denmark-Wesner is recognized as a leading psychologist and educator. In the 1950s, she was instrumental in advocating research for women’s rights issues. She became a founder of the psychology of women movement. Since 1988, she has served as the Robert Scott Pace Distinguished Research Professor in psychology at Pace University. She previously taught at The City University of New York starting in 1959 to 1990. Among myriad achievements, Dr. Denmark-Wesner has received accolades from the American Psychological Association, the National Science Foundation, and the New York State Psychological Association. She is a fellow of The New York Academy of Sciences and co-edited several editions of “Women in Leadership” with Michele Paludi. She earned a PhD from the University of Pennsylvania and a DHL from Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology, Cedar Crest College and Alleghany College. Furthermore, she earned a Doctor of Psychology from Argosy University and an AM and AB from the University of Pennsylvania. She considers her success and influence in her field to be due to her likeability. Dr. Denmark-Wesner has also served as an organizer and lecturer for the International Council of Psychologists.
In her video biographies, Dr. Denmark-Wesner’s experience and success in psychology and education are accessible to a worldwide audience.
Dr. Denmark-Wesner’s academic achievement as a Robert Scott Pace Distinguished Professor of Psychology at Pace University is highlighted in Forbes Magazine.
Dr. Denmark-Wesner was recognized in Wall Street Journal for being the recipient of the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award.
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