Courses I Teach
PSYC 160 | Culture and Behavior
PSYC 208 | Addictions and Society
PSYC 308 | Social Psychology
PSYC 313 | EcoPsychology
PSYC 358 | Psychology of Ethnic Groups
Areas of Research
Culture & Social Identity
Ethnicity and Well-Being
1989 | PhD Psychology, University of California, Davis, Social and Personality
1985 | MA Psychology, University of California, Davis, Social and Personality
1983 | BA Psychology, CSU, Long Beach, Research Emphasis
1983 | University Honors Program Certificate, CSU, Long Beach
1981 | Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada [International Study]
Other Educational Certifications & Coursework
1999 | CEU credits for AMA in Clinical Diagnostics, December workshop
1997 | Institute participant: Wye Symposium. Annapolis, Md.
1996 | Certification of coursework, "Peacemaking in a divided society." Trinity College, Dublin Institute for Irish Studies, Instituid le Léann na hEireann. July
Selected Teaching Grants and Awards
2011 | Carnegie Professor of the Year Nominee for Pacific University
2010 | Charles Trombley Award, Pacific University
2009 | PRISM Grant, Summer Student-Faculty Research Award, $5,000
2003 | S.S. Johnson Award for Excellence in Teaching, Pacific University
Professional Role and Leadership
Member, American Psychological Association (Divisions 2, 5, 8 and 45)
Editor, FOCUS, Society for the Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issues, Division 45 of the American Psychological Association
Book Chapters, Articles, and Manuscripts (2007-2012)
2012 | Champika, S.; Burns-Glover, A., Dunn, D., & Dottolo, A. (in press), "Orchestrating authorship: Teaching writing across the psychology curriculum." It will appear in Teaching of Psychology, issue 1 or 2 of 2013
2007 | Castañda, D. & Burns-Glover, "Women’s friendships and romantic relationships." Psychology of Women: A Handbook of Issues and Theories, Florence L. Denmark and Michele Paludi, (Eds.) Praeger
2008 | (unpublished) Burns-Glover,. & Moissinac, L. “Social Discourse, Social Problems, and the Social Psychology of Domestic Violence” (Review Essay)
2008 | (unpublished) "Fostering Apprenticeship in Identities: Reconstructing Native Hawaiian Identities and Building Scholar Identities Through Practice." Moissinac, L. & Burns-Glover, A. Graduate Theses and Dissertations Advisor
2011 | Bartlett, R. (Master of Science Thesis) "The Rhodes Not Taken: A Study of Stereotypes of Student-Athletes"
2010 | Takayama, J. (Master of Science Thesis) "Ecological Systems Theory of Asian American Mental Health Service Seeking"
2009 | Fukuda, D. (Master of Science Thesis) "Where's the Rest of Me? Addressing Ethnic Diversity and Cultural Climate in a Graduate Psychology Program"
2009 | Lampert, Joel N. (Doctoral Dissertation) "Parental Attachment Styles and Traditional Undergraduates’ Adjustment to College: Testing the 'Helicopter Parent' Phenomenon"
2007 | Lampert, Joel N. (Master of Science Thesis) "The Relationship Of Self-Efficacy and Self-Concept To Academic Performance In A College Sample: Testing Competing Models and Measures"
Symposia and Presentations
2012 | Vaughn, Dylan, Dawn Salgado, Daniel Eisen, & Alyson Burns-Glover. “What’s Happening on Campus? Student Perceptions of Diversity, Conflict, Awareness, and Change." Poster presentation at 11th annual Institute for the Study and Promotion of Race and Culture, Newton, Massachusetts, October