Loyola University Maryland


Staff and Administration

Phylis Grupp

Phyllis Grupp
Office Manager
Office: KH102K
Telephone: 410-617-2306
Fax: 410-617-5341
E-mail: PGrupp@loyola.edu

Phyllis Grupp has been the office manager in the psychology department since June 1989. When she first came to Loyola, there were only a dozen or so faculty members in the department. Thus, she has witnessed a lot of changes and witnessed the department grow tremendously over the years.

Traci Martino
Director, Program Operations
Office: KH102P
Telephone: 410-617-2175
Fax: 410-617-5341
E-mail: tpmartino@loyola.edu

Traci started with the department as Director, Program Operations in August of 2001. Over the years she has worked closely with the Department chair as well as program directors to ensure the psychology programs run as smoothly as possible. Traci also serves as a liaison between the psychology department and other departments on campus. Over the years she has also served as an academic advisor to both undergraduate psychology majors and masters students. She has also taught PY 101 Intro to Psychology.

Nina Morrison

Nina Morrison
Administrative Assistant
Office: KH102K
Telephone: 410-617-2696
Fax: 410-617-2166
E-mail: NMorrison@loyola.edu

Nina has been the receptionist in the front office of the psychology department since April 1998. She loves working at Loyola, especially in psychology. The often-described "Mom" of the department, she always has a warm smile and jar full of candy and tray full of cookies waiting at her desk for students to enjoy.


Elizabeth Stover
Field Education Assistant
Office: HU316
Telephone: 410-617-2298
Fax: 410-617-5341
E-mail: eastover@loyola.edu

Elizabeth became the Field Education Assistant in the Psychology department in December 2014. As a Loyola alumna, Elizabeth has a true heart for Loyola’s mission. She works with the directors of Field Education in supporting undergraduate, masters and doctoral students.

Noor Abd-Allah


Noor knew Loyola’s Psy.D. program would provide the individualized attention and clinical experiences that would allow her to flourish as a clinician