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Evelyn Bilias-Lolis, PhD is the Interim Dean for the School of Education and Human Development (SEHD) at Fairfield University where she is a tenured associate professor of psychology and  special education. She is an educational psychologist who has also served the school as its assessment coordinator and chief liaison to the Connecticut State Department of Education. Dr. Evelyn has worked in child mental health for over 20 years designing various therapeutic programs that promote resiliency and psychological well-being in the schools. She began her career at a large urban high school where she served as a psychological practitioner and district interventionist.

Dr. Evelyn has taught graduate courses in the clinical assessment of children, developmental psychology, child psychopathology, personality theory, behavioral statistics, learning disabilities, behavioral assessment, and psychotherapeutic interventions for school-aged youth. In 2015, Dr. Evelyn was awarded the Alpha Sigma Nu Jesuit Honor Society (Graduate) Professor of the Year Award for Fairfield University. Her current scholarship focuses on the promotion of connectedness, gratitude, and compassion as a vehicle for learning, inclusion, resiliency and psychological wellbeing.
Translating the findings of psychological science into practice is her passion and professional mission.