Psi Alpha Omega Resources

The following is a list of mentors, their area of mentorship, ethnic affiliation, institutional affiliation, phone number, and email.  Remember, these individuals are giving up their valuable time in providing the mentorship opportunities.  They are quite busy and they might take a day or two to get back with you.  New mentors are added often so please check back frequently.

Beth Boyd, Ph.D.

“The Minorty Female Graduate Student”

American Indian

President of Division 45 of the American Association and Disaster Mental Health Institute, Psychology Department

University of South Dakota
414 E. Clark St.
Vermillion, SD  57069

(605) 677-5353
Beth.Boyd@usd.edu

Lydia Buki, Ph.D.

“Getting Into Graduate School”

Latina

Associate Professor, Department of Kinesiology and Community Health, Associate Professor, College of Medicine, OB-GYN, Affiliate, Latina/o Studies Program, Affiliate, Department of Educational Psychology

University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign  61820

(217) 265-5491
buki@uiuc.edu

Edward Delgado-Romero, Ph.D.

“Dealing Productively with Racism and Prejudice in Graduate School”

Latino

Associate Professor, Department of Counseling and Human Development Services

402 Aderhold Hall
University of Georgia
Athens, GA  30602

(706) 542-0500
edelgado@uga.edu

Y. Evie Garcia, Ph.D.

“APA’s Diversity Initiative:  What it Means for Students”

Latina

Associate Professor, Educational Psychology,

Northern Arizona University
15601 N. 28th Avenue
Phoenix, AZ  85053

(602) 728-9508
Y.Evie.Garcia@nau.edu

Gordon C. Nagayama Hall, Ph.D.

  “Navigating Academia for the Ethnic Student”

Asian

Department of Psychology

1227 University of Oregon
Eugene, OR  97403

(541) 346-4969
gnhall@uoregon.edu.

Bertha Holliday, Ph.D.

“What APA Has to Offer to the Ethnic Minority Student”

African American

Senior Director, Office of Ethnic Minority Affairs Director,

The American Psychological Association
750 First St., NE
Washington, DC  20002.

(202) 336-6029
bholliday@apa.org

Joseph Horvat, Ph.D.

“Psi Alpha Omega”

American Indian

President, JJHTECHNO

871 East 3550 North
Ogden, UT  84414

(801) 782-0333
jjhtechno@comcast.net

Su Yeong Kim, Ph.D.

“Adolescent Development in Asian and Latino families”

Asian

Human Development and Family Sciences

University of Texas at Austin
One University Station, A2700
Austin, TX 78703

(512) 471-5524
sykim@prc.utexas.edu

Gisela Lin, Ph.D.

“Preparing for your first job:  Looking Ahead”

Asian

Univesity Student Counseling Service

Texas A&M University
Mail Stop 1263
College Station, TX 77843-1263
(979) 845-4427
Gisela@scs.tamu.edu

Jeffery Mio, Ph.D.

“Presenting Yourself in an Academic Job Interview”

Asian

Psychology and Sociology Department

California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
3801 W. Temple Avenue
Pomona, CA 91768

(909) 869-3899
jsmio@csupomona.edu

Eduardo Morales, Ph.D.

“The Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Graduate Student”

Latino

Professor of Psychology, California School of Professional Psychology- SF Campus Alliant International University and Executive Director of AGUILAS, An HIV Prevention Program for Latino Gay/Bisexual Men in San Francisco

San Francisco, CA  94133-1221

(415) 558-8403
DrEMorales@aol.com

Brian Ragsdale, Ph.D.

“Starting a Private Practice” And “The Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Graduate Student”

African American

Dr. Brian Ragsdale and Associates, Licensed Clinical Psychologist

203 N. Wabash Avenue
Suite 2106
Chicago, Illinois  60601-2418.

(312) 551-9300
drbragsdale@sbcglobal.net

Geneva Reynaga-Abiko, Psy.D.

“The difference between a Psy.D., Ph.D., and Ed.D.”

Latina

Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Director of Diversity Education and Multicultural Training

Colorado School of Professional Psychology
Colorado Springs, CO  80903

(877) 442-0505
greynagaabiko@gmail.com

Melanie M. Domenech Rodriguez, Ph.D.

“Becoming a researcher of color”

Latina

Associate Professor, Psychology Department

Utah State University
2810 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322.

(435) 797-3059
melanie.domenech@usu.edu

David Rollock, Ph.D.

“Preparing for Clinical Internship”

African American

Department of Psychological Sciences

Purdue University
703 Third Street
Rm. PSYC 1138B
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2081.

(765) 494-6977
rollock@psych.purdue.edu

Rebecca Toporek, Ph.D.

“Privilege and advocacy: Striving to be anti-racism and anti-oppression psychologists”

Department of Counseling

San Francisco State University
1600 Holloway Ave.
San Francisco, CA  94132

(415) 338-6758
rtoporek@sfsu.edu

American Psychological Association

United States Department of Education List of Postsecondary Minority Institutions

http://www.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/edlite-minorityinst.html

League of United Latin American Citizens

http://lulac.org/

Diversity Groups of Color in Psychology

National Institute of Health

Research Centers in Minority Institutions Program
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-11-132.html

Universities

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