Paul C. Harris

Assistant Professor


  • Ph.D., University of Maryland, 2009
  • M.Div., Virginia Union University, 2014
  • M.Ed., University of Virginia, 2003
  • B.S. University of Virginia, 2001

Prior to joining the Curry faculty, I served as a high school counselor for several years. My practice, research, teaching, and service are conducted through a paradigm shaped by equity and access. My research agenda includes two foci: 1) Improving the college and career readiness of underrepresented students and the role of school counselors in this process; and 2) The identity development of student athletes, with emphasis given to Black males.

RECENT PUBLICATIONS


Harris, P. C., Mayes, R. D., Freeman, C., **Eberly, B., **Tatby, N., & **Wiener, S. (2020). Men Passionately Pursuing Purpose (MP3): A Group Counseling Intervention for Black Male Student Athletes. The Journal for Specialists in Group Work45(2), 146-164.