Lisa Armistead (CLN). Chronic illness and family functioning, cognitive behavior therapy, HIV prevention. University of Georgia, 1993, associate professor.

Wing Yi Chan.  Minority youth development, civic engagement, Asian American mental health.  University of Illinois at Chicago, 2010, assistant professor.

Sarah Cook. Violence against women, fear of crime, measurement of aggression, applications of psychology to public policy. University of Virginia, 1997, associate professor.

Jim Emshoff. Community psychology, crime and delinquency, program evaluation, children of alcoholics, substance abuse prevention. Michigan State University, 1980, associate professor emeritus.

Christopher Henrich (DEV). School transitions, parent involvement, motivation, and child development and social policy. Yale University, 2001, associate professor.

Gabriel Kuperminc (chair) ( (DEV). Adolescence/youth development, resilience, cultural variations, ecological assessment, school- and community-based prevention.  University of Virginia, 1994, associate professor.

Kelly M. Lewis (CLN).Empowerment implementation research, program design, implementation, evaluation and consultation, health and educational disparities, cultural/heritage knowledge, diaspora literacy, emancipatory pedagogy, global education, social change, multi-cultural mental health, cross cultural psychology. Michigan State University, 2004, assistant professor.

Julia Perilla. Domestic violence, culture and ethnicity, stress in the Latino population. Georgia State University, 1995, associate professor.

John L. Peterson. HIV/AIDS prevention, sexual prejudice and antigay violence. University of Michigan, 1974, professor.

Ciara Smalls. Academic engagement and psychosocial adjustment, African American youth, resilience, racial socialization, positive parenting practices, racial identity. University of Michigan, 2007, assistant professor.

Kevin Swartout (CGS).  Social correlates of violence with an emphasis on violence against women; how alcohol and substance use relate to aggressive behavior; longitudinal data analysis using latent variable and multilevel regression techniques. University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2011, assistant professor.