Eric Klein, PhD
College of Health, Human Services, and Science
Dr. Eric Klein teaches courses in the area of psychology at Ashford University. Prior to arriving at Ashford, he provided counseling services to students as Clinical Psychologist at Lehigh University, where he was named the 2010 recipient of the Alfred Noble Robinson Award. As a psychologist who studies human behavior, Dr. Klein says he appreciates the importance of a strong and progressive education for students’ immediate well-being and their future life outcomes. “I believe that the true goal of higher education is to help students develop critical thinking skills and a creative interest in our diverse work and life settings. Consequently, I view teaching and learning as dynamic processes that involves every member of the online classroom working together to create a learning environment that fosters higher-level thinking skills.” His favorite thing about working at Ashford is “being able to work with such intelligent, dedicated, passionate, and supportive colleagues.” Dr. Klein earned his BA in Psychology from The College of New Jersey and his PhD in Clinical Psychology from Fairleigh Dickinson University. He enjoys playing golf in his free time and is a diehard fan of the New York Jets.