Cory Logston, ABD
Cory Logston is a doctoral student in Media Psychology at Fielding Graduate University. After establishing a career as a set designer and art director in commercial/advertising production, she decided to change direction and pursue her Master’s in Media Psychology, but that was not enough and now she is working on her doctorate. Her current dissertation research focuses on the role virtual reality plays as a strategy to reduce implicit racial bias. Cory is also interested in media literacy as an effective strategy to assist parents in this ever-changing digital world. She hopes to put her knowledge to work in educational inclusion, social equity, and transformative learning.
Active in her community Cory volunteers as a music teacher for 3-12 at a local arts organization. As a Soroptimist member she fundraises for causes aimed at the empowerment of women and has served as a board member in the local schools. She is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Association for Psychological Science. In December 2021, Cory will be presenting on virtual reality and implicit racial bias at the International Conference on Transformative Learning virtually.