Katharine (Seip) Cammack ’04 joined the faculty of the psychology and neuroscience programs at The University of the South in 2015, where she helped develop and launch a new neuroscience major. After receiving her B.S. in psychology at SCU, she moved to the New York region, where she obtained her Ph.D. and completed six years of postdoctoral training. Her research explores sex differences in response to drugs of abuse, and she was inspired to teach by her SCU professors.

26 Nov 2019