I earned a master’s and a doctoral degree in Developmental Psychology from Cornell University. I have been a faculty at KSU for over two decades.
My research interests include cross-cultural developmental topics, Asian-American identities, and teaching-related areas. I’ve published in scholarly journals and authored book chapters, as well as presented papers and poster sessions at international, national, and regional conferences.
I actively mentor and supervise student research projects. Also serve as Honor's Liaison for Psychological Science Department.
I’m an affiliated faculty in the Asian Studies Program in Interdisciplinary Studies Department.
I’ve participated in the following study abroad programs:
Summer 2009, USG Asian Council Study Abroad in China Program.
Summer 2012, USG Asian Council Study Abroad in China Program.
Summer 2013, Psychology Education Abroad in Peru program.
Summer 2014, USG European Council Study Abroad in Madrid, Spain Program.
Summer 2015, USG European Council Study Abroad in Waterford, Ireland Program.
Summer 2016, Study Abroad in Montepulciano, Italy Program Session II.
Summer 2017, Multi-Disciplinary Study Program in China Program.
Spring 2018, Year of India Study Abroad in India Program.
Summer 2018, USG European Council Study Abroad in Madrid, Spain Program.
Summer 2019, Multi-Disciplinary Study Program in China Program.