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Outstanding Faculty Award

Tony Crespi

Tony Crespi, PhD


Department of Psychology

Tony Crespi teaches personality assessment, family therapy, consultation, ethics, and supervision courses primarily to school psychology students. He is a licensed psychologist, licensed marriage and family therapist, a nationally certified school psychologist, and a board-certified psychologist. Before joining the University, Crespi was a practitioner who worked in multiple settings for approximately 20 years.

Crespi was recently cited as the eighth most prolific scholar among school psychology faculty in specialist-level programs, according to a study that looked at the number of publications across a 10-year span. His research addresses personality assessment, ethical and legal issues in professional practice, family therapy and pathology in family systems, and clinical supervision. Crespi is the author of four books, more than 20 chapters, and approximately 70 journal articles, and also is a frequently invited presenter at numerous regional, national, and international conferences.

He has been with the University more than 20 years and remains deeply invested in teaching, service, advising, and scholarship.