This newsletter of the Minority Fellowship Program (MFP) features the exciting work of MFP fellows and Training Advisory Committee members in the areas of research, policy, practice, administration and more. New fellows are introduced and major MFP programs, such as the Psychology Summer Institute, are highlighted. Look through our current and past issues to get a glimpse of the impact of our fellows across diverse areas:
Variability — Summer 2013 (PDF, 459KB)
Read about U.S. Representative Judy Chu's opinions on hazing in the military; Hortensia Amaro's new position as USC's first associate vice provost for Community Research Initiatives and dean's professor of Social Work and Preventative Medicine; Le Ondra Clark Harvey's professional journey; He Len Chung receiving the Jane S. Halonen Teaching Excellence Award; Cindy Liu receiving the AAPA-APF Okura Mental Health Leadership Foundation Fellowship; the new MHSAS fellows for 2013; the 2012 Psychology Summer Institute; the 2012 fellows' visit to the Evans Community School and much more.
Variability — Summer 2012 (PDF, 3.5MB)
Features MFP fellows who are advocating for change and impacting policy.
Variability — Summer 2011 (PDF, 6.5MB)
Features MFP fellows who are forging new directions to reduce health disparities.
Variability — Summer 2010 (PDF, 1.9MB)
Features MFP's very own Melba Vasquez who was elected the 2011 President of APA.
Variability — Summer 2009 (PDF, 2.0MB)
Features MFP fellows who are making an impact in ethnic minority communities through their innovative programs.
Variability — Summer 2008 (PDF, 384KB)
Features MFP fellows who are advancing as leaders in psychology.
Variability — Summer 2007 (PDF, 9.9MB)
Features reflections from MFP fellows on the tragedy at Virginia Tech.
Variability — Summer 2006 (PDF, 1.7MB)
Features an MFP fellow's response to the Hurricane Katrina disaster.