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Marilyn Chung

Doctoral Student, Counseling Psychology

Marilyn Chung

Hometown:

San Lorenzo, CA

Undergraduate Institution and Degree: 

University of California, Davis; Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Minor in Sexuality Studies

Current Program/Degree Pursued:

Counseling Psychology/PhD

Year of Matriculation:

2014

Research Interests:

LGBTQIA disparities based on intersectional identities; Critical multiculturalism and incorporation of transnational identity; Effects of privilege and oppression on mental health

Publications/Presentations:

Wood, C. G., Payne, C., Chung, M. (2015, March). Advocating for action: Psychology and Ferguson. Roundtable discussion to be conducted at the meeting of the Association for Women in Psychology, San Francisco, CA.

Abrams, E.,  Chung, M., Hutchinson, J., Adams, L., Young, M., Burt, M., Yang, S., Lynn, T. (2015, March). Learning in the context of community: Peer educators engage in social action and restorative justice work. Roundtable discussion to be conducted at the meeting of the Association for Women in Psychology, San Francisco, CA.

Wang, Y.W., Hogge I.T., Conrad, S., Ancheta, M., Nupur, S., Wood, C. G., Casanova, T. N., Chung, M., & Roby, S. (under review). Effects of a video intervention on students’ color-blind racial attitudes and ethnocultural empathy. Poster proposal submitted to the 2015 annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.

Teaching Experience: 

Teaching Assistant for Introduction to Psychology at SIU

Peer Counseling Group Leader for The House at UC Davis

Future Career Plans:

Teaching, Counseling, Research

What Attracted Me to SIU:

The counseling psychology program’s faculty and reputation; Teaching and counseling opportunities beginning in the first year; Program support