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Role in the ISU ADVANCE Program
In my role as a Facilitator in the Department Enhancement Program, I will first facilitate focus groups in designated departments to address both what is working well and what might work better in improving the culture of the department. Following this, I will prepare reports based on these focus groups to highlight themes in the above two areas for the designated department.
My general research interests are (A) coping with minority-related stress (e.g., acculturative stress, bicultural stress, minority status stress, or discrimination) in order to promote well-being among minority individuals, in particular Asian international student, Asian immigrants, and Asian Americans, (B) emotional regulations in cross-cultural studies, (C) counseling process and outcome research, and (D) the implications of attachment theory to counseling psychology.