June Tangney, PhD, received her doctorate in clinical psychology from UCLA in 1985, with minors in social psychology and measurement. She taught for two years at Bryn Mawr College and then joined the Psychology Department at George Mason University in 1988, where she is currently University Professor and Professor of Psychology. Recipient of International Society for Self and Identity’s Distinguished Lifetime Career Award and Fellow of the Association of Psychological Science and the American Psychological Association, June is co-author (with Ronda Dearing) of Shame and Guilt, and co-editor (with Ronda Dearing) of Shame in the Therapy Hour. With funding from NIH, NSF, andthe John Templeton Foundation, June has spent her career conducting research on the moral emotions of shame and guilt, and she also has a special interest in the virtues of humility and forgiveness. Most recently, her work has focused on moral emotions and cognitions among currently and formerly incarcerated people. A recipient of GMU’s Teaching Excellence Award, June strives to integrate service, teaching, and clinically-relevant research in both the classroom and her lab.