Steven Norton has taught at St. Mary’s University since 1992, through coursework in Psychological and Personality Assessment, Correctional Psychology, and Law & Psychology. He is the Practicum Coordinator for St. Mary’s Rochester campus. Dr. Norton obtained his doctorate from Denver University in 1990, a master of arts degree from Stephen F. Austin State University, and a bachelor of arts from the University of Nebraska Lincoln. He has worked primarily in correctional facilities most of his career. He has been in private practice since 2001 specializing in Forensic/Correctional/Law Enforcement Psychology. He has provided pre-deployment evaluations and in-country risk assessments, for a company providing law enforcement and support staff to overseas hostile environments and war zones. He was awarded a Distinguished Service Award from APA, Div 18 (Psychologists in Public Service) in 2006, and Outstanding Faculty awards from St. Mary’s University in 1995 and 2007. Dr. Norton has frequently presented at local and national conferences, and has published numerous articles in the Correctional, Forensic, and Law Enforcement psychological fields. Dr. Norton is the President Elect of APA, Div 18, for a term of 2009-2011.