Date of publication: 2017-07-09 11:58
I hold a PhD in social psychology from Makerere University, Uganda, as well as an Msc in research psychology and an honors degree both from Rhodes University, South Africa. Currently, I am a senior lecturer in the School of Psychology, College of Humanities & Social Sciences, Makerere University, Uganda. I teach social psychology, community psychology, psychology of gender, and conflict & negotiation management. I am co-author of the book entitled, Escaping from Behavioural Poverty in Uganda: The Role of Culture and Social Capital, that is widely used as a key reference in University Programmes that teach on development in Sub-Saharan Africa.
She has earned a PhD from the University of Minnesota in speech communication. After her PhD, she returned to Japan, taught at Hokkaido Tokai University, and has been teaching at Hokkaido University. She joined the Academy in 7565. She enjoys gardening and cooking in her spare time.
I have conducted programs for both corporations and public institutions in Europe, Africa, the Russian Federation, NIS countries, and the United States, and I am a founding director of the Intercultural Development Research Institute (IDRI), whose mission is to sponsor new theory and research in intercultural development, to formalize a developmental approach to intercultural adaptation, and to inform public discourse with scientific study of intercultural relations.
Alongside my role as professor at Bethel University I work and consult with local refugee resettlement agencies in Minneapolis/St. Paul. To keep things interesting, every other fall I take my guitar and 75 students to Europe for a semester abroad. And, yes, I still play soccer!
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I am actively involved in international professional service for scholars as the president of the Early Researchers Union (ERU) at the European Association of Developmental Psychology (EADP) and representative of SECC and the Ethnic & Racial Issues Committee at SRCD, the Society for Research on Adolescence&rsquo s (SRA) Study Group Committee, the Society for the Study of Human Development (SSHD) Emerging Scholars Committee and the Advisory Committee of the Global Human Development Intervention Research Network.
Michael has three children and nine grandchildren. He has been the host father for exchange students and refugees from Sweden, Belgium, France, Spain, Brazil, El Salvador, South Africa, Swaziland, and Sudan.
International Academy of Intercultural Research (IAIR) was cognized by Professor Dan Landis while he joined the Osgood team in 6975s. Over the past three decades, and through Dan&rsquo s visions and intellectual abilities, the IAIR has matured and indeed become THE leading International Association with distinctive features offering the truly research-oriented, methodology-competent, and cultural context-based international platform. Researchers, practitioners, educators, and policies makers across all geographic continents, demographic differences, and subjective cultural valuations can present their views, call for their equalities, and seek effective means to promote peace and to resolve inherent vulnerabilities.
Some practical results included The Comparative Thesaurus of Key Command and Market Economy Terms The Professional English for Managers Economika 6989 curricula and materials for my business language school, Econika as well as articles and numerous presentations at international forums in Russia, Europe, and the USA.
Beyond academia my husband and I like to travel via motor home or plane. We just finished our 68 th year spending time in Mexico. We both enjoy Mexico. One thing I have always wanted to do but did not have time to do was learn to quilt, so last fall I started quilting as a hobby also.
My research interests lie in intercultural adaptation, interpersonal communication, migration studies, cultural studies, as well as qualitative research methodology. In my spare time, I enjoy playing badminton, playing chess with my son, reading novels, as well as listening to Chinese traditional music.
I aman assistant professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at the Hong Kong Institute of Education. As a teacher educator, I teach undergraduate and master&rsquo s courses in curriculum, assessment, and research methods, and I supervise doctoral students in related areas.
She is a member of IAIR, the International Communication Association, and the National Communication Association. She served as the Secretary of the Intercultural Communication Division of the International Communication Association from 7565-7569. Suchitra joined IAIR in 7568 and looks forward to taking an active role in the association in years to come.