Maura Pilotti, PhD
College of Health, Human Services, and Science
Dr. Maura Pilotti, who lives in Denver, CO, teaches classes in the College of Health, Human Services, and Science at Ashford University. Her current position is chair of the Applied Behavioral Science program. She obtained a Doctor of Philosophy in Experimental Cognition from the Graduate Center of CUNY, and a Laurea in Clinical Psychology from l’Universita’ degli Studi di Padova in Italy. Having a lifelong interest in psychology, she has accumulated an extensive teaching background and has continually refined her understanding of how students learn and develop critical skills. In the field of psychology, she researches topics involving memory and attention, which provides invaluable insight into how to teach. At Ashford, she looks forward to teaching students from across different ages and cultural groups.
See Dr. Pilotti discuss Ashford's Bachelor of Arts in Applied Behavioral Science degree program.