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Tracey Lamont

Ordinary Faculty

Tracey Lamont
Tracey Lamont

After earning her Ph.D. and M.A. in Religion and Religious Education from Fordham University in New York, Tracey Lamont served as a youth and young adult minister for several years and moved from New York to Tampa, Florida, where she began her teaching career. Over the last six years, she has enjoyed teaching religion and theology courses at the undergraduate level, as well as teaching in the traditional and the International Baccalaureate programs in high school. Her dissertation explores how constructive-developmental theory can help religious educators construct new ways to think about young adult moral development in a complex global society. Her research focuses on re-envisioning morality on Catholic young adult websites and explores the mental demands of morality and social justice. She has also presented papers at the Religious Education Association on young adult moral development.

Degrees

Ph.D., Fordham University; M.A., Fordham University

Classes Taught

  • Introduction to Practical Theology
  • Foundations of Religious Education
  • Christian Origins (New Testament)¬†
  • Adolescent Spirituality and Methods of Faith Development
  • Pastoral and Educational Praxis

Areas of Expertise

Youth and Young Adult Ministry, Religious Education