PFW Awards Schrey Professorship to Drouin
Purdue University Fort Wayne has awarded Michelle Drouin the title of Jack W. Schrey Professor of Psychology. She has served as a professor of psychology since 2016. Drouin is also an internationally recognized researcher and speaker on issues related to technology, relationships, couples and sexuality.
Drouin has served the university in multiple capacities since 2005. Her research has been cited worldwide and she has been a source for multiple prominent news outlets including CBS, CNN, MSNBC, The New York Times, and others.
Drouin is the third member of the Purdue Fort Wayne faculty to possess the Schrey professorship. The first was bestowed on Lowell W. Beineke, an internationally known researcher in the field of graph theory. He held the professorship with honor and distinction until his retirement in May. In 2001 a second professorship was awarded to Frank Paladino, an international leader in conservation biology and physiological ecology.
Drouin earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Cornell University in 1996, and her doctorate in experimental psychology from the University of Oxford in England in 2004. Since 2018, she has also served as a senior research scientist at the Parkview Mirro Center for Research and Innovation in Fort Wayne.