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AACDR Undergraduate Research Assistants Receive UC Davis Undergraduate Travel Awards (7/21/16)

Jean Abigail Saavedra and Mengxue Sun each received an Undergraduate Travel Award from the UC Davis Undergraduate Research Center to present their research poster, “Examining Ethnic, SES, and Gender Variations in Self-Disclosure Tendencies,” at the 2016 American Psychological Association Division 45 Research Conference. The 3-day conference was held at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California from July 7-9, 2016.

Pak See Ip, Suzanne Cheng, and Johana Mendoza Berrios each received an Undergraduate Travel Award from the UC Davis Undergraduate Research Center to present their research, “Sex and Ethnic Differences in the Social Validity of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy,” at the 2016 Asian American Psychological Association Convention. The 1-day convention will be held at University of Colorado-Denver in Denver, Colorado on August 3, 2016.

Kim-Thien Nguyen, Austin Yu, Sida Bai, and Timothy Diep each received an Undergraduate Travel Award from the UC Davis Undergraduate Research Center to present their research, “Exploring the Roles of Mental Health and Cultural Factors on Parenting Behaviors in Asian Immigrant Parents,” at the 2016 Asian American Psychological Association Convention. The 1-day convention will be held at University of Colorado-Denver in Denver, Colorado on August 3, 2016.

The UC Davis Undergraduate Research Center accepts applications for undergraduate travel to undergraduate research conferences and meetings of nationally and internationally recognized professional societies (or discipline specific equivalent—e.g. performance at nationally recognized festivals) to present their research. Awards are for travel (planned or already completed) during the current academic year and summers preceding and following.