Carl W. Lejuez
Carl W. Lejuez
Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, UConn
Elected to the Academy in 2021


Emory University, 1993, BA, Psychology; West Virginia University, 1997, MA, Psychology and 2000, PhD, Psychology.

Professional Area

Excelled in the area of Clinical Psychology; founding editor of Personality Disorders, the founding director of both the Center for Addictions Research and Treatment at the University of Kansas, and the Center for Addictions, Personality and Emotion Research at the University of Maryland; specializes in personality and mood disorders, depression, and mental health interventions.


Distinguished career as a Clinical Psychologist; outstanding research is widely recognized in personality disorders and addictive behaviors; pioneered treatment and training methods that have helped countless individuals and organizations to diagnose, treat, and overcome substance abuse and addiction; over 28,000 citations for research and an h index of 93.