Sally Lloyd receives Fellow status from National Council on Family Relations
Sally Lloyd, professor of educational leadership and women's, gender, and sexuality studies at Miami University, received Fellow status by The National Council on Family Relations (NCFR).
Lloyd is internationally known for her study of relationship violence and is well regarded as an author in her field. She was the lead author on the 2009 Handbook of Feminist Family Studies. She also authored additional books on romantic relationships and courtship.
In addition to earning various teaching awards throughout her career and serving in nine administrative positions at Miami, Lloyd was awarded Miami’s highest faculty honor, the Benjamin Harrison Medallion, in 2013. She joined Miami in 1990.
She has served or is currently serving on seven different social sciences editorial boards and has also served as the president of the International Association of Relationship Researchers. She frequently speaks at conferences in the United States and throughout Europe.
She earned her bachelor’s degree in special education and psychology from Creighton University, her master’s in family studies from Texas Tech University and her doctorate in family studies from Oregon State University.
NCFR, founded in 1938, is the oldest multidisciplinary, nonpartisan professional organization focused solely on family research, practice and education and includes over 3400 members from 35 different countries.