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ANDALE

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image of the ANDALE research team

Several team members (Marla Delgado, Laura Perez, and Andrea Salazar)
prepare for an upcoming national presentation.

The ANDALE research team evolved out of the Latin@ Spirituality Team (LST), and has presented at the National Latina/o Psychological Conference and at three American Psychological Association Conferences. ANDALE has multiple projects, both qualitative and quantitative and is in process of writing several manuscripts for publication. The ANDALE team involves both undergraduate and graduate students addressing educational issues for Latin@s in higher education. Alexandria Delgado and Arellys Aguinaga are currently the co-leads for the ANDALE team.


a group photo of the ANDALE research team

The ANDALE team prepping for the 2010 National Latina/o Confernce in San Antonio. Sitting around the table are Edith Flores, Barbara Escobar, Arellys Aguinaga, Jesus Renteria, Jesus Calvillo, Rachel Hoogasian, Diana Slivensky, Steve Periera, Mayra Rodriguez, Cesilia Gonzalez, and Dr. Gloria. 

For the past several NLPA conferences, members of the ANDALE team, who are also founding members of the Wisconsin Latina/o Student Psychological Association, have attended and presented their individual and group research.

a group photo of the ANDALE research team

Jesus Calvillo, Alexandria Delgado, Andrea Salazar, Arellys Aguinaga, Tom Chavez
with Dr. Melba Vasquez (APA President) at NLPA 2010


Recent Presentations by Team Members

Note: Posters are available in pdf format upon request



Delgado, A., Heckhausen, J., & Gloria, A. M. (2011). Transition into college among Latina/o students: Effects of participating in a cultural outreach program. Poster, American Psychological Association Conference, Washington, D.C.

image of ANDALE team member poster presentation

Alexandria Delgado

Aguinaga, A., & Gloria, A. M. (2011). Academic persistence among Latino undergraduates: Examining generational effects. Division 17 Student Poster Session, American Psychological Association Conference, Washington, D. C.

an image of an ANDALE team member presenting a poster

Arellys Aguinaga

Delgado, A., & Gloria, A. M. (2011). Academic persistence for Students of Color: The impact of the perception of social support on campus connectedness and belonging. Division 17 Student Poster Session, American Psychological Association Conference, Washington, D. C.

an image of an ANDALE team member with their poster presentations

Alexandria Delgado

Salazar, A., Gloria, A. M., & Kohatsu, E. (2010). Exploring the influence of the Latina gender role and womanist identity on academic persistence decisions. Poster, American Psychological Association Conference, San Diego, CA.

an image of an ANDALE team member with their poster presentation

Andrea Salazar

Castellanos, J., Jarrett, K., & Gloria, A. M. (2010). Latina/o high school students: A psychosociocultural understanding of academic persistence decisions. Poster, American Psychological Association Conference, San Diego, CA.

an image of the ANDALE team supervisor presenting her poster

Dr. Alberta Gloria

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