Maxwell Malbouf ’14 will discuss his career in forensic psychology as part of the Career Journeys series from the Salisbury Center for Career, Professional and Experiential Education. The talk will be held online on Monday, May 11 at 5:30 p.m.
A sociology major, Malbouf earned a master’s degree in forensic psychology from George Washington University and interned at the United States Naval Criminal Investigative Service at Quantico. He serves as a forensic interviewer at UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, where the interviews he conducts on behalf of law enforcement and investigative agencies are used as evidence in a court of law, primarily for crimes against children.
At Hobart, Malbouf served as the president of the Hobartones a cappella group, participated in theatre productions and studied abroad in Vietnam, where his work focused on social deviance and corruption.
“I know my role can be difficult to discuss,” he says, “but the words carved over Demarest Hall — You are the hope of the world — are a constant reminder of the importance of working in the realm of child abuse.”
Students are encouraged to register for Malbouf’s talk through Handshake. All students may join via Zoom using the link https://hws.zoom.us/j/93218813729. For more information, contact Career Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or 315-781-3514.