University of Minnesota
Department of Psychology
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Highlights

  • Program first accredited by American Psychological Association (APA) in 1952
  • 18 Ph.D. students from 7 states, 2 countries, & 16 undergraduate institutions
  • Over 300 Graduated M.A.s and Ph.D.s
  • Four faculty members: Patricia Frazier, Jo-Ida Hansen, Richard Lee, and Moin Syed
OUR CURRENT STUDENTS

They are recipients of:

  • 5 - APA Student Travel Awards
  • 1 - Asian American Psychological Association Travel Award
  • 3 - David P. Campbell International Travel Awards
  • 3 - Career Counseling and Assessment Clinical Dawis Summer Fellowships
  • 6 - CLA Diversity of Views and Experiences (DOVE) Summer Research Fellowships
  • 2 - CLA Graduate School Fellowships
  • 2 - Dawis/Lofquist Research Fellowship
  • 4 - Diversity of Views and Experiences (DOVE) Fellowships
  • 1 - Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship
  • 1 - Early Career Investigator Network Summer Fellowship
  • A plethora of Harrison Gough/CLA Research Grants
  • A plethora of Harrison Gough/CLA Travel Fellowships
  • 1 - Graduate and Professional Student Assembly Travel Grants
  • 6 - Graduate Research Partnership Grants
  • 1 - Graduate School Fellowships
  • 1 - Hansen Dissertation Research Fellowship
  • 1 - Hansen Fellowships in Counseling Psychology
  • 1 - Informational Technology Academic Grant
  • 1 - Instructional Technology Fellowships
  • 1 - International Summer School Training on Social and Human-Robot Interaction
  • 1 - Korean Association of Colorado Scholarship
  • 15 - Harold A. Korn Fellowships (Student Counseling Service Practicum)
  • 2 - Korn/Ferry Fellowship
  • 2 - Lofquist/Dawis Fellowships
  • 5 - Psychology Graduate Summer Research Fellowships
  • 1 - Quantitative Training Underrepresented Group Travel Award
  • 6 - Gloria Randahl Fellowships (Women in Counseling Psychology Ph.D. Program)
  • 1 - Society of Counseling Psychology Travel Award
  • 57 - Steven Snyder Travel Fellowships
  • 3 - David M. Wark Summer Fellowships in Counseling Psychology
From 2008 to 2014
  • 100% of the students were authors or co-authors of convention papers
  • 83% of the students were authors or co-authors of journal articles and book chapters
  • 100% of the students received one or more travel grants to professional meetings
OUR FACULTY
  • Currently serve on 11 editorial boards.
  • Editor, Journal of Counseling Psychology (2000-2005) (Flagship Journal for Counseling Psychology)
  • Editor, Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development (1996-2000)
  • Editor, Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology (2015-2019)
  • Associate Editor, The Counseling Psychologist (1998-2001)
  • Associate Editor, Law and Human Behavior (1996-1999)
  • Associate Editor, Journal of Counseling Psychology (2011-2012)
  • Associate Editor, Emerging Adulthood (2012-2017)
  • Early Career Award, Asian American Psychological Association
  • K. Patrick Okura Community Leadership Award (AAPA)
  • Distinguished McKnight University Professorship
  • Early Career Scientist-Practitioner Award, Division of Counseling Psychology (APA)
  • MacCorquodale Early Career Distinction Lecturer Department of Psychology
  • Fellows in Division 1 (General), 5 (Measurement, Evaluation and Assessment), 9 (Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues), 14 (Industrial/Organizational), 17 (Counseling), 35 (Women), and 45 (Culture, Ethnicity, and Race) of the American Psychological Association
  • Fellow in the Asian American Psychological Association
  • Early Career Award, Minority Fellowship Program (APA)
  • Fellows of the American Psychological Society, Association of Applied and Preventive Psychology, and the American Counseling Association
  • Leona Tyler Award for Scientific Contributions to Counseling Psychology (Counseling Psychology's highest honor)
  • John Templeton Foundation Exemplary Paper Award
  • American Counseling Association Exemplary Research Award
  • Society for Vocational Psychology Eminent Career Award (SVP’s highest award)
  • Extended Research Award, American Counseling Association (ACA's highest award)
  • Exemplary Practices Award, Association for Assessment in Counseling
  • Past-president, Asian American Psychological Association
  • Past-president, Society of Counseling Psychology of APA
  • Past-president, Association for Assessment in Counseling
  • E.K. Strong, Jr. Gold Medal for Interest Measurement Research Contributions (Interest measurement's highest honor)
  • McKnight Land Grant Professorship
  • American Psychology-Law Society Dissertation Award
  • American Psychological Association's Board of Scientific Affairs
  • Chair, American Psychological Association Council of Editors (2004-2005)
  • American Psychological Association's Educational and Psychological Test Standards Revision Committee
  • Founding Member, Asian Caucus of the Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD)
  • Outstanding Contribution to Research Award, SRCD Asian Caucus
  • Minnesota Psychological Association Graduate Faculty Award
  • Minnesota Psychological Association Distinguished Leadership in Psychology and Mental Health as a Provider of Asian Descent
  • The Arthur “Red” Motley Exemplary Teaching Award, CLA, University of Minnesota
  • 2012 Best Paper for Asian American Journal of Psychology

Updated: 2/13/15