Bethany Heywood

I believe it is important to see dialogue between the different disciplines in the Social Sciences.

Bethany Heywood, PhD

Role
Faculty

Biography

Dr. Bethany Heywood is lead faculty and an Assistant Professor in the Entry Point & Social Science department that is part of the Division of General Education at Ashford University. She earned her PhD in Anthropological Studies with a focus on the Cognitive Science of Religion from the Institute of Cognition and Culture at Queen’s University Belfast in Northern Ireland, and obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Religion from the University of Vermont. Dr. Heywood has taught both anthropology and psychology courses and says, “ I believe it is important to see dialogue between the different disciplines in the Social Sciences.” Regarding Ashford in particular, she says, "I enjoy the enthusiasm of the students who are so determined to go to school that they balance full-time jobs, families, and many other demands on their time while still managing to take the very intense five week classes we offer." She lives in New Hampshire with her husband, dog, and an ever-growing number of fancy guppies.

Education

Degree
Doctor of Philosophy in Anthropological Studies
Institution
Queen’s University Belfast
Degree
Bachelor of Arts in Religion
Institution
University of Vermont

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