Isiaah Crawford, Ph.D.
Dr. Crawford has worked in higher education for 20 years.
He was appointed Provost of Seattle University in July 2008.
Prior to his post at Seattle University, he was a tenured Professor of Psychology at Loyola University Chicago and taught broadly in his field and served in several key leadership positions including Chairperson of the Department of Psychology (1987-2002) and Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences (2003-2008).
Dr. Crawford received his B.A. in Psychology from St. Louis University and completed his doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from DePaul University.
He serves on the Board Directors of the American Conference of Academic Deans and is the former President of the Board of Directors of the AIDS Foundation of Chicago and the Clinical Psychologists Licensing & Disciplinary Board of the Illinois Department of Professional Regulation.
Subsequent to his arrival at Seattle University, he has become a member of the Seattle Art Museum's Education & Community Engagement Committee.
is a well published scholar in the areas of human sexuality and health promotion and his
work has been nationally recognized with several awards, including two from the American Psychological Association