Visiting Lecturer, Graduate Liberal Studies
Noel Garrett, a visiting instructor of psychology at Wesleyan's Graduate Liberal Studies Program, is the Director of the Academic Resource Center at Connecticut College, where he works closely with faculty and the Dean of the College to provide workshops, tutoring, academic strategizing and counseling to create conditions for every student to realize personal learning goals, work effectively, and achieve the highest levels of academic excellence and achievement.
Prior to joining Connecticut College, he was a class dean at Wesleyan, and formerly served as Director of Student Support and Crisis Management for The New School. He has taught several courses in Psychology at Eugene Lang, and the graduate programs at Wesleyan and the New School for Social Research.
Before the world of academia, Noel was a Senior Vice President and Architect/Systems Engineer for premier Wall Street Merchant Banks and consulting firms for nearly 18 years.
Noel earned his Masters and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from The New School for Social Research in New York City. He earned his BS in Business Administration/Computer Science from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.