Who We Are
SRCD Asian Caucus is an organization of professionals representing a range of disciplines who are dedicated to promoting the development and well-being of Asian children and research of the Asian communities.
To support the career development of Asian researchers and to promote research with Asian children, youth, and families that reflects cultural and ethnic sensitivity, development in context, and diversity across Asian groups. We are a multi-ethnic, multi-racial, and international Caucus.
The SRCD Asian Caucus welcomes membership to persons who share our objectives. Membership applications are accepted on an ongoing basis. Please explore our website to learn more about us.
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Ruby Takanishi, Ph.D.
Eddie S. K. Chong, M.A.
Stacey N. Doan, Ph.D.
Vaishali Raval, Ph.D.
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This month, we are delighted to introduce Dr. Yang Qu (firstname.lastname@example.org) as our member in spotlight. Dr. Qu is an Assistant Professor of Human Development and Social Policy at Northwestern University. He takes an interdisciplinary approach that combines developmental psychology, cultural psychology, and neuroscience to examine how sociocultural contexts shape adolescent development. 1) what drew you to do[…]
Consider nominating yourself or someone else! Deadline is November 15th, 2018 The SRCD Asian Caucus seeks nominations for two leadership positions: Chair-Elect and Treasurer. These Officers will serve on the Caucus’ Steering Committee, along with the incoming Chair for 2019-2021 (Richard Lee) and current Secretary 2017-2021 (Vaishali Raval). Officers serve four-year terms, and the new[…]
We encourage you to participate in this inclusivity survey (https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SRCDInclusivity). Now it is the time for our scholars to weigh in and push for a better environment for all, domestic and overseas. Inclusivity Survey Dear Member, The Society for Research in Child Development is dedicated to supporting its members and their research. We’re continually striving[…]
This month, we are delighted to introduce Dr. Yan Li (email@example.com) as our member in spotlight. Dr. Li is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at DePaul University. Her research focuses on children’s and adolescents’ social development and family studies, particularly in three areas: peer relations and interactions, familial socialization, and cultural-contextual influences on social[…]
This month, we are delighted to introduce Dr. Hyung Chol (Brandon) Yoo (firstname.lastname@example.org) as our member in spotlight. Dr. Yoo is an Associate Professor of Asian Pacific American studies in the School of Social Transformation and the Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics at Arizona State University. He is an affiliate faculty of counseling and counseling psychology and the Department of[…]
Dear Members of SRCD Asian Caucus, We write to you to address the questions and concerns that we have heard and witnessed from our members in response to SRCD’s initial statement regarding family separation and the narrow interpretation of the organization’s 501 (c)(3) status that is seen as prohibitive of supporting child/family/human rights advocacy. We[…]
SRCD will be sending out a request for individuals to serve as a reviewer for the 2019 biennium meetings. Please be on the lookout for these emails in the next few weeks with instructions on how to sign up. We strongly encourage our members to sign up as this is a great way to get[…]
To celebrate the the Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month in May, we are featuring four scholars whose work has contributed to the advancement of research, policy, and/or practice on Asians, Asian Americans, or Pacific Islanders. Dr. Stanley Sue is Emeritus Distinguished Professor of Psychology at Palo Alto University and at the University of California, Davis. His[…]
To celebrate the the Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month in May, we are featuring four scholars whose work has contributed to the advancement of research, policy, and/or practice on Asians, Asian Americans, or Pacific Islanders. Dr. Mary Spencer (email@example.com) is Dean Emerita of College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences and is a retired[…]
To celebrate the the Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month in May, we are featuring four scholars whose work has contributed to the advancement of research, policy, and/or practice on Asians, Asian Americans, or Pacific Islanders. Dr. Larke Nahme Huang is the Director of the Office of Behavioral Health Equity. She provides leadership on national[…]