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OFFICERS

 


 

Hemalatha Ganapathy-Coleman

President

Associate Professor of Developmental Psychology
Indiana State University 
UH 301A
Terre Haute, IN 47809
Tel: 812- 237-2883

Fax: 812-237-8846

hema.ganapathy-coleman@indstate.edu

Website

Research interests: Culturally diverse parenting ethnotheories among Asian Indian families in India & USA; Educational ethnotheories among low-income parents in India; Socialization into religion and culture; Ethnic and racial identity


Bonnie Hewlett

Bonnie Hewlett

President-Elect

Department of Anthropology
Washington State University
14204 NE Salmon Creek Ave.
Vancouver, WA 98686-9600
Tel: 360-546-9449
Fax: 360-546-9036

hewlettb@vancouver.wsu.edu
Website

Research interests: Central & East African foragers, cross-cultural innovation & social learning; orphans & child relinquishment in Ethiopia; gender & life histories of Aka foragers & Ngandu farming women of Central Africa; infectious and parasitic diseases


Jill Brown

Vice President

 

Department of Psychology

Creighton University

2500 California Plaza

Omaha, NE, 68178

402-432-1025

jillbrown@creighton.edu

Research Interests: Culture and child development, kinship and adoption, child fosterage, culture and cognition


Paul Y. L. Ngo

Past President

Department of Psychology
St. Norbert College
100 Grant Street
JMS Hall, 204
De Pere, WI 54115-2099
Tel: 920-403-3297
Fax: 920-403-4033
paul.ngo@snc.edu

Website


Research interests: Interdisciplinary, multi-level (e.g., sociocultural, psychological, and physical) study of identity, behavior, and health


  Lisa Oliver

Treasurer

Department of Counselor Education

San José State University

Sweeney Hall 420

San José, CA 95192

societyforcrossculturalresearch@yahoo.com

Research interests: Resilience, cultural relationships, international partnerships, blended learning approaches, and globalization in higher education


Ted Bartholomew

Student Media Representative and Secretary

 

114 Teacher's College Hall

Department of Educational Psychology

University of Nebraska - Lincoln

Lincoln, NE 68588

theodore.bartholomew@huskers.unl.edu

Tel: (612) 386-3202

Research interests: Culture and mental health, diverse beliefs about psychopathology,​ culture and psychological treatment, positive and multicultural psychotherapy processes, refugee and immigrant mental health and well-being, methodology

 


 

 

 

Brien Ashdown

Newsletter Editor

 

 

Department of Psychology

Hobart & William Smith Colleges

300 Pulteney Street

Geneva, NY 14456

ashdown@hws.edu

Tel: (315) 781-3461
Website

Research interests: Cultural influences on the social development of adolescents and young adults, especially the development of group identity and attitudes, prejudice, religion as a cultural variable, sexual attitudes and behaviors, and parental acceptance and rejection

 


AREA REPRESENTATIVES

Psychology 
(2/2015-2/2018)

Social Science
(2/2015-2/2018)

Anthropology
(2/2013-2/2016) 

Carrie Brown

Agnes Scott College, Department of Psychology

141 E. College Ave.

Decatur GA, 30030

dr.carrie.brown@gmail.com

Tel: 404 471 5120

Website

Smita Mathur

James Madison University, Department of Early Elementary & Reading

395 South High Street

Memorial Hall 3130 A Harrisonburg Virginia 22807

mathursx@jmu.edu

Tel: 540-568-2937

Website

Brad R. Huber

Professor Emeritus of Anthropology

College of Charleston

19 St. Philip Street

Charleston, SC 29424

HuberB@cofc.edu

Website


Herbert Barry, Parliamentarian & Archivist

Parliamentarian and Archivist
Herbert Barry

Professor Emeritus, 
University of Pittsburgh
552 N. Neville St. #83
Pittsburgh, PA 15213-2830
Office: 534 Salk Hall
Phone: 412-648-8551
Fax: 412-383-7436
barryh@pitt.edu

Research Interests:



 David Shwalb

Co-Webmaster & Listserv
Administrator
David W. Shwalb

Southern Utah University
351 West University Boulevard
Cedar City, UT 84720
Professor of Psychology
Phone: (435) 865-8273
Office: GC 308F
shwalb@suu.edu

 

Research Interests: Fathers, grandparents, child development, and family/school socialization in cultural contexts

 


FORMER PRESIDENTS

 


1970s
1980s
1990s
2000s
2010s

Beatrice Whiting
Herbert Barry III
John Roberts
William Lambert
Barbara Ayres
Fred Strodtbeck
Albert Pepitone
John Whiting

Marshall Segall
Melvin Ember
Leigh Minturn
Ronald Rohner
Paul Rosenblatt
Carol Ember
Joel Aronoff
Marc Ross
Alice Schlegel
Roy Malpass

R. Lee Munroe
Harry Triandis
Ralph Bolton
B. James Starr
Patricia Draper
Douglas Davis
Lew Hendrix
Susan Abbott
Uwe Gielen
Garry Chick

Harry Gardiner
William Divale
Judith Gibbons
Douglas Raybeck
Lewis Aptekar
Robert Veneziano
Juris Draguns
Douglas Caulkins
David W. Shwalb
William Divale

Ziarat Hossain
Deborah L. Best
William Jankowiak
Valerie Havill
Paul Ngo