Dr- Gloria's Research Teams

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Dr. Alberta M. Gloria's Research Teams

ANDALE Hmong Research Team

group photo of the Hmong Research Team

Several of the HRT members (Jenjee Sengkhammee, Betty Jo Thao, Linda Aroonsavath, Dr. Gloria, Shee Yee Chang, and Pa Her ) writing a manuscript.

Dr. Gloria has several research teams exploring the educational processes and coping strategies that facilitate academic persistence decisions for students of color. Studies are conceptualized using the Psychosociocultural approach to academic persistence (Gloria & Rodriguez, 2000; Castellanos & Gloria, 2007) in which the "whole student" is considered within the context of the university environment (Aguinaga & Gloria, in review). Central to her work is the concept of creation and maintenance of "academic families" in which students find cultural congruity (Gloria & Robinson Kurpius, 1996), personal and professional reflection and validation, and dimensionalized connections to persist within their educational contexts (Delgado-Guerrero & Gloria, 2013; Gloria, 1997; Gloria & Segura-Herrera, 2004). The notion of student success is framed within the context of educational cultural and contextual wellness and well-being (Castellanos & Gloria, 2007).

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