Mary Marchetti (she/her) is an Academic Advisor in the College of Education (COE). She is also a fourth-year PhD student in the Counseling Psychology graduate program. Mary earned her undergraduate degree in Brain and Cognitive Sciences from University of Rochester and her Master’s degree in Counseling, Family, and Human Services from UO.
Mary’s research and clinical work focus on enhancing college student well-being through holistic, strengths-based approaches. This naturally influences Mary’s approach to academic advising, where she strives to empower students in navigating the dynamic influences on their academic path and building upon their unique resiliencies. Mary advises undergraduates across all years, with an emphasis on assisting prospective COE students.
Outside of work, Mary enjoys hiking and biking, spending time with her cat, exploring antique shops and estate sales, and checking out the rotating exhibits at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art.'
M.S., 2021, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR Major: Counseling, Family, and Human Services
B.S., 2014, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY Major: Brain and Cognitive Sciences Minor: Psychology
Honors and Awards
2021 Student Staff Excellence Award (Graduate, non-teaching), College of Education, University of Oregon
2018 First-Year Fellowship, University of Oregon Graduate School
Mintz, B., Marchetti, M.A., Ehlinger, P.P., & Cronce, J.M. (2020) SBIRT in College and University Settings: Unique Challenges and Opportunities. In M.D. Cimini & J.L. Martin (Eds.), Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment for Substance Use: A Practitioner’s Guide. Washington, DC: APA Books.
Sayette, M.A., Marchetti, M.A., Herz, R.S., Martin, L.M., & Bowdring, M.A. (2019). Pleasant Olfactory Cues Can Reduce Cigarette Craving. Journal of Abnormal Psychology,128(4), 327-340.