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Logan received a B.S. in Psychology and a Ph.D. in Human Development and Family Studies, with an emphasis in the intercollegiate transition, from Utah State University. With expertise in adolescent identity development, the collegiate adjustment, and the motivational factors influencing student-athlete performance, Logan is dedicated to helping students navigate through their collegiate experience, while enabling them to maximize their years on campus. Drawing on a comprehensive research and applied background, Logan aims to equip students with essential skills for success, while empowering them to make informed decisions that align with their aspirations beyond Hamilton. Her student-centered approach seamlessly blends empathetic support and deliberate exploration, not only preparing students for their post-gradation endeavors, but also nurturing their growth and individual development.

Areas of Interest

adolescent identity development; college adjustment/transition; intercollegiate transition; student-athlete motivation and performance; mental health awareness and advocacy

Favorite Activities

exploring new places; spending time with family & friends; spectating sporting events


B.S., Ph.D., Utah State University

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