Professor of Psychology
- B.A., Marshall University
- M.A., West Virginia College of Graduate Studies
- Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
- PSYC 221, Psychology of Childhood
- PSYC 365, Psychological Foundations of Learning
- PSYC 499, Internship
Dr. Marilyn Gadomski is a Professor who teaches courses in Child Development, Theories of Learning, and also teaches the residential internship courses. She joined Liberty University in 1991. She earned a B.A. in Elementary Education and Secondary Math from Marshall University in West Virginia, an M.A. in Early Childhood Education and an M.A. in Educational Administration from the West Virginia College of Graduate Studies and a Ph.D. in Family and Child Development from Virginia Tech. She advises the Alpha Lambda Delta and Psi Chi honor societies, is a member of the board of the Liberty Godparent Foundation and sits on both Faculty Interview Committees and student Judicial Review Boards. Dr. Gadomski is a member of Thomas Road Baptist Church and the TRBC Choir. Outside interests include music and her family of husband, children and grandchildren. Her research interests center around children, a central recurring theme in her professional and personal life. Her greatest professional pleasure is interactions with current and former students and colleagues.