Gregory Seaton, Ph.D.

He has been an Assistant Professor at College of New Jersey since 2004 in the Department of Education, Administration, and Secondary Education. Dr. Seaton has extensive experience in research in male relationships particularly in the African-American communities. He is well published in journals such a the Journal Human Behavioral in the Social Environment, Research in Human Development, Handbook of Positive Child Development, Adolescence and Education and Educational Forum. The topics of his articles range from understanding males to the relationship between African-American fathers with their preschool children. Dr. Seaton holds Ph.D. in Education Leadership and Human Development from the University of Pennsylvania, and two masters from Brown University and Harvard Graduate School of Education. Dr. Seaton resides in Cherry Hill with his wife and two children (an infant & a toddler).