Invited Addresses

Invited Addresses Before 2015

November, 2014
The educational, psychological, and social impact of discrimination on the immigrant child. Migration Policy Institute, Washington, DC.

October, 2014
Parenting Beyond Pink and Blue. Gender Development Research Conference, San Francisco, CA.

September, 2014
Improving academic outcomes for Mexican immigrant children in a White community: The impact of discrimination and ethnic identity within schools.University of Cincinnati Psychology Department Clinical Psychology Colloquium.

May, 2014
Immigrant children in a newcomer community: How discrimination, ethnic identity, and academic outcomes are shaped by school context. Invited Address, Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.

November, 2013
Mexican immigrant children in a White community: How discrimination, ethnic identity, and academic attitudes are shaped by school context. Colloquium at University of Louisville.

April, 2012
The intersections of gender and race: Why they both matter. Gender Development Research Conference, San Francisco, CA.

November, 2011
Discrimination and ethnic identity predict the academic outcomes of Mexican immigrant children in a White community: The importance of school context. Department of Sociology Speaker Series at University of Kentucky.

March, 2011
Attitudes towards immigrants. Conference on Immigration Policy in an Anti-Immigrant Era at University of Kentucky.

February, 2011
Discrimination and ethnic identity predict the academic outcomes of Mexican immigrant children in a White community: The importance of school context. Conference for Eastern Sociological Society, Philadelphia, PA.

Children’s attitudes about presidential politics and segregation. Conference on Structural Racism: Inequality in America Today at University of Kentucky.

April, 2007
The experience of being a girl in a man’s world: How discouraging comments and sexual harassment shape adolescent girls’ achievement, aspirations, and self-concept. Colloquium Series at UCLA Center for the Study of Women.

April, 2006
How children perceive gender and racial discrimination: Similarities and differences. Gender Development Research Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Children in academically stigmatized groups: Perceptions of bias, identity, and attitudes.Interdisciplinary Human Development Colloquium Series at University of California, Santa Barbara.

March, 2005
When developmental psychology met social psychology: A look at perceptions of discrimination. Social Psychology Colloquium Series at University of California, Los Angeles.

October, 2004
A developmental look at discrimination: A proposed model for when children perceive bias. Developmental Psychology Colloquium Series at University of California, Irvine.

March, 2004
Children’s perceptions of gender discrimination. Psychological Studies in Education Colloquium Series at University of California, Los Angeles.

November, 2003
Stigmatized group membership: Effects on children’s intergroup attitudes, affect, and perceptions of bias. Developmental Psychology Colloquium Series at University of California, Santa Cruz.

November, 2002
What does it mean to be in a stigmatized group? Keynote speaker at Psychology Undergraduate Research Symposium at Belmont University.