Alyson Burns-Glover, PhD

Email Address: 
Phone Number: 
503-352-1546
UC Box: 
A165

Office Hours

By appointment

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

 

Research Areas and Specializations:

  • Gender, Culture, and Personal Relationships.
  • Ethnic Identity and Sociocultural Psychology: Native Hawaiians and Hispanics.
  • Environmental Attitudes, Beliefs, and Behaviors.
  • Personality and Social Identity Effects on Academic Performance.

Education

1989    Ph.D. Psychology, University of California, Davis, Social, and Personality.

1985    M.A. Psychology, University of California, Davis, Social and Personality.

1983    B.A. 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, Maryland.

1996    Certification of coursework, "Peacemaking in a divided society." Trinity College, Dublin. Institute for Irish Studies, Instituid le Léann na hEireann. July. 

Awards

2014    Special Recognition Award: Society for the Psychological Study of Culture, Ethnicity, and Race. Division 45 of the American Psychological Association.

2012    Carnegie Professor of the Year Award Nominee.  Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.

2010    Charles Trombley Professor Award, Pacific University.

2003    S.S. Johnson Award for Excellence in Teaching, Pacific University.

Recent Book Chapters and Academic Articles

2013    Soysa, C.K., Dunn, D.S., Dottolo, A.L., Burns-Glover, A., & Gurung, R. (2013). Orchestrating authorship: Teaching writing across the psychology curriculum. Teaching of Psychology, 40(2), 88-97. doi: 10.1177/0098628312475027

2013    Burns-Glover, A. & Kasibhatla, B. (2013).  Tensions and intersections: Motherhood, work, and sexuality U.S. and India Contexts.  In D. Castañeda (Ed.).  The essential handbook of women’s sexuality. Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers.

2008    Castañeda, D., & Burns-Glover, A.  (2008).  Women's friendships and romantic relationships.  In F. Denmark & M. Paludi (Eds.), Psychology of women: A handbook of issues and theories, 2nd ed

 

2005    Castañeda, D., & Burns-Glover, A.  (2005). Gender, sexuality, and intimate relationships.  In M. Paludi, (Ed.), Praeger guide to the psychology of gender.  Westport, CT: Praeger.

Recent Peer Reviewed Posters and Presentations

2014  Burns-Glover, A., Mankowski, E., Salgado, D. M., & Townley, G., (2014, June). Collaborative research experiences with Adelante Mujeres. In K. O’Brien (Chair) invited pre-conference workshop session:  Lessons learned from collaborative research with community partners, at the 10th Biennial Conference of the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, Portland, OR.

Burns-Glover, A. & Trimble, J. (2014, June). Infusing the Psychology curriculum with multicultural content through a website.  Invited conference presentation at the 3rd Biennial Conference for the Society for the Psychological Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity, Eugene, OR.

Burns-Gloves, A. & Abramson, E. (2014, April ) . Fiction, fantasy, and first years: Analyzing empathy and college grades. Poster Presented at the 94th  Annual Meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Portland, Oregon.

2012  Burns-Glover, A., Hoyt, K, & Mellen, J. (August, 2012).  Applied sustainability psychology: Clinical, Conservation, and Academic Psychology. Paper, Getting psychology in the sustainability game: Case study at a liberal arts college.  Symposia Chair.  Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Orlando, FL. August.

Eisen, Daniel B., Salgado, D.  & Burns-Glover, A.  (2012, May).  Factors Affecting a Student’s Overall Satisfaction with a University: The Intersections of Ethnic Identity, Collective Self-Esteem, and Perceived Racial and Ethnic Tensions on Campus.  Pacific Sociological Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA. Spring.

Burns-Glover, A.; Boardman, A.; Kuwada, K.; Lariosa, L.; Leeds, S.; Petersen, A., & Tengan, T. (March, 2012).  No Girl Left Behind: A Feminist Participatory Action Research Study of the GIRLS TODAY Conference at Pacific University, Oregon.  Presented to the Gender Studies Symposium, Lewis and Clark College, Oregon. March.

2011  Burns-Glover, A. (April, 2011).  Addressing Hawaiian Theories of Culture, Dating and Microaggressions. Symposium presented at the 91st annual Meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Los Angeles with Butay, E.; Eugenio, J. ; Ferreira, J; Ferrante, C; Wong, C. April.

2010 Butay, E., Wong, C. & Burns-Glover, A. (October, 2010).  When aloha wears thin: Addressing ambassador fatigue and colorblindness as micro-aggressions.  Poster presented at the Tenth Annual Diversity Challenge Race and Culture in Teaching, Training, and Supervision. Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.  October.

Burns-Glover, A. (August, 2010) Scoring the finale: Apprenticing research and writing for senior thesis. Paper presented in the symposium/CE Workshop, “Orchestrating Authorship: Teaching Writing Across the Psychology Curriculum” at the annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association. San Diego, August.

Burns-Glover, A. (February, 2010).  Adelante Chicas: A case study in feminist action research and cultural programming.   Symposium presented to the 35th Annual Meeting of the Association for Women in Psychology, Portland, OR.  February.

2007  Burns-Glover, A. & McCubbin, L. (August, 2007).  Multiethnic Native Hawaiian identity: Asserting an indigenous, multicultural self.  Poster. Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco. August.


Recent Publications with Student Co-Researcher

2015 Ramaley, C.  & Burns-Glover, A. (May, 2015).  Know your marshmallows:  Empathy, conscientiousness, and attributions in Introductory Psychology.  Poster presented at the  95th Annual Meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Las Vegas. NV.

Wall, Anuhea & Burns-Glover, A. (May, 2015).  Allocentric-extraverts and academic performance: Ethnic and personality effects.  Poster presented at the 95th Annual Meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Las Vegas, NV.

2014 Baker, J., Berg, B. & Burns-Glover, A. (April, 2014).  Critical mass or critical miles? Effects on student belonging scores.   Poster Presented at the 94th  Annual Meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Portland, Oregon.

Chun, M. K. Y. & Burns-Glover, A. (April, 2014). Care too much? Empathy, gender, culture and environmental identity.  Poster Presented at the 94th  Annual Meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Portland, Oregon.

Cochrane, A. & Burns-Glover, A. (April, 2014). Using our words: Emotion, belonging, and first year student outcomes.  Poster Presented at the 94th  Annual Meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Portland, Oregon.

Liang, K. & Burns-Glover, A. (April, 2014). Engine that could or misunderstood?  Overconfidence in predicting course grades.   Poster Presented at the 94th  Annual Meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Portland, Oregon.

Underhill, C. & Burns-Glover, A. (April, 2014). I participate therefore I belong: High school to college transitions.  Presented at the 94th Annual Meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Portland, Oregon.

2012  Vaughn, D., Salgado, D.; Eisen, D. & Burns-Glover, A.  (2012, October).  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.

2011  Burns-Glover, A. Kresse, L; Imanaka, S; Ferrer, A. & Fukumoto, J.  (April , 2011). A social relationships intervention program for bullying: Lifeskills Adventure Day. Poster presented at the 91st Annual Meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Los Angeles. April.

Castillo, K. & Burns-Glover, A.  (April, 2011).   Wise Latina project: A social capital model of Adelante Chicas.  Poster presented at the 91st annual Meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Los Angeles. April.

Eugenio, J., Ferreira, J., Ferrante, C. , Burns-Glover, A. & Kepa, A. (April , 2011). Interethnic dating and Native Hawaiians: Aloha, history and multiculturalism. Poster presented at the 91st annual Meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Los Angeles. April.

2010  Takayama, J. & Burns-Glover, A. (June, 2010) Ecological effects on formal and informal help seeking behaviors of Asian Americans.  Poster presented at the 1st Annual Convention of the Society the Scientific Study of Ethnic Minority Issues (Division 45 of the American Psychological Association). Ann Arbor, MI. June.

Butay, E. & Burns-Glover, A. ( June, 2010).  The Other “Big 5”: Ethnic Identity in Open-Ended Self- Report Categories.  Poster presented at the 1st Annual Convention of the  Society for the Scientific Study of Ethnic Minority Issues (Division 45 of the American Psychological Association) Ann Arbor, MI. June.

2009  Burns-Glover, A. [Symposium Chair and Paper]; with Butay E.; Fukuda, D.; Lampert, J. & Takayama, J. (April) More than a mind: Educational success in three age cohorts. Symposium presented at the 89th Annual Meeting of the Western Psychological Association. Portland, OR. April.

Burns-Glover, A. & Takayama, J. Tackling narcissism: Football program effects on boys’ social skills. Poster presented at the 89th Annual Meeting of the Western Psychological Association. Irvine, CA. April.

Burns-Glover, A., Kamaura, T., Murayama, C. & Tamashiro, J. Girls power: Narcissism, self-esteem, in a confidence-building program. Poster Presented At the 89th Annual Meeting of the Western Psychological Association. Portland, OR. April.

2008  Iseke, A., Machado, V., Ramos. D. & Burns-Glover, A. (April, 2008).  Na Kuewa I One Hanau: Native Hawaiians and homeless services.  Poster presented at the 88th Annual Meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Irvine, CA. April.

Lampert, J. & Burns-Glover, A. (April, 2008).  Potential predictors of academic performance: Testing competing models and measures. Poster presented at the 88th Annual Meeting of the Western Psychological Association. Irvine, CA. April.

Peacock, J. & Burns-Glover, A. (April, 2008).  Beyond marshmallows: Volition in 9-11 year olds. Poster presented at the 88th Annual Meeting of the Western Psychological Association. Irvine, CA. April.

2007 Burns-Glover A. , Katie Bailey, Kristin Clark, Amie Mykiesen, Courtney Stout & Clayton Stave (May, 2007).   The Kindergarten Crunch: Lifeguides facilitation of classroom social climate. Annual Meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Vancouver, BC, Canada. May.

Fukuda, D. Y., Kleinknecht, E. & Burns-Glover, A.  (May, 2007). Effects of a flag football intervention on empathy and aggression. Annual Meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Vancouver, BC, Canada. May.


Professional Leadership Roles

Editor, FOCUS, Newsletter of the  Society for the Psychological Study of Culture, Ethnicity, and Race. Division 45 of the American Psychological Association.

Program Committee 2014 Biennial Convention of Division 45, Society for the Psychological Study of Culture, Ethnicity, and Race.

Program Committee 2014 Biennial Convention of the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues.

Reviewer, Western Psychological Association Convention  Program (2000 to present).


Community Service And Action Research

2015 Touch the Future/Hispanic Heritage Student Association  Campus Visit and College Workshop for Adelante Chicas.  March 20, 2015. Pacific University, Oregon.

2015 Facilitator for the Washington County Human Rights Counsel Meeting.  February. Hillsboro, Oregon.

2014 Invited Panelist:  Hispanics students in higher education: The importance of bienvenidos.  Hispanic Heritage Month Forum: Nuestra voz/Our voices. Pacific University, Oregon. September.

2012  Moderator for the panel  Personal, Family, and Professional Resiliency: Sobreviviendo y Superándonos.  September. Pacific University, Oregon.

2008-present   Consultant to Adelante Chicas, Forest Grove, Oregon.


Professional Memberships

American Psychological Association
Division 45, Society for the Psychological Study of Ethnic Minorities
Division 9, Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues
Division 8, Society for Personality and Social Psychology
Division 5, Evaluation, Measurement, and Statistics
Division 2, Society for the Teaching of Psychology

Office Location: 
Carnegie Hall 312
Area of Study I Teach (Undergraduate):