VITA DR. RAYMOND T. GARZA

VITA DR. RAYMOND T. GARZA Professor of Psychology University of Texas at San Antonio San Antonio, Texas 78249 Telephone: (210) 458-4081 Email: Raymond...
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VITA DR. RAYMOND T. GARZA Professor of Psychology University of Texas at San Antonio San Antonio, Texas 78249 Telephone: (210) 458-4081 Email: [email protected] FAX: (210) 458-5728 EDUCATION Ph.D. M.A. B.A.

Purdue University, May 1975 (Psychology) Texas A&M University, Kingsville, Aug 1972 (Psychology) Texas A&M University, Kingsville, May 1971 (Psychology) HONORS AND AWARDS Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society (Purdue) Golden Key National Honor Society Fellow, Society for Experimental Social Psychology Ford Foundation Graduate Fellowships, 1973-75 Ford Foundation Dissertation Award, 1974-75 Academic Leadership Academy (AASCU), 1991-92 Hispanic Student Success Program, HACU, 1993 Distinguished Scholar, Tomas Rivera Center, 1993 Distinguished Academic Leadership, MacArthur Fellows Numerous University and Community Service Awards TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2005-

Professor of Psychology The University of Texas at San Antonio

2001-2005

Professor of Psychology & Management The University of Texas at San Antonio

1991-2001

Professor of Psychology The University of Texas at San Antonio

1988-1991

Professor of Psychology University of California, Riverside

1981-1988

Associate Professor of Psychology University of California, Riverside

1975-1981

Assistant Professor of Psychology and Chicano Studies University of California, Riverside

Dr. Raymond T. Garza

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATION: 2002-2008

Executive Director The Culture and Policy Institute The University of Texas at San Antonio

2000-2002

Director, Metropolitan Research & Policy Institute and Interim Director, International Business Programs (2001-2002) The University of Texas at San Antonio

1998-2000

Senior Advisor for Academic Affairs The University of Texas System

1993-1998

Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs The University of Texas at San Antonio

1992-1993

Interim Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs The University of Texas at San Antonio

1991-1992

Associate Vice President for Graduate Studies & Research The University of Texas at San Antonio

1984-1991

Director, Personality-Social Psychology Program University of California, Riverside

1981-1987

Associate Dean of the Graduate Division University of California, Riverside

PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION: 2006-2011

Project Director, San Antonio Health Services Research Program

2005-2009

Project Director, South Texas Initiative for Mental Health Research

2002-2007

Project Director, Hispanic Leadership Program in Agriculture and Natural Resources

2000-2010

Principal Investigator, Professions Capacity Building Program The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities

2002-2005

Principal Investigator, San Antonio Making Connections

1993-1996

Director, Comprehensive Regional Center for Minorities The University of Texas at San Antonio

1988-1995

Director, Latino Faculty Development Project Tomas Rivera Center, Claremont, California

1977-1981

Associate Director, Program in Social Ecology University of California, Riverside

1977-1981

Associate Director, Innovative Program in Social Ecology, University of California, Riverside

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MAJOR GRANTS AND CONTRACTS 2011

American Legacy Foundation (subcontract), 103, 462 Hispanic/Latino College health Initiative: Assessing Smoking and Tobacco Use

2010

American Legacy Foundation (subcontract), 91,751 Hispanic/Latino College health Initiative: Assessing Smoking and Tobacco Use

2009

American Legacy Foundation (subcontract), 79,876 Hispanic/Latino College Health Initiative Assessing Smoking and Tobacco Use

2009

USDA-CRSREES, $125,000. Building Environmental Research Capacity at HSI’s: The USDA Faculty and Student (FaST) Program

2008

USDA-CRSREES, $125,000. Building Environmental Research Capacity at HSI’s: The USDA Faculty and Student (FaST) Program

2008

City of San Antonio, San, San Antonio, Texas, $50,000 A Consumer Satisfaction Survey of Services Provided by Various Agencies of the City of San Antonio

2007

San Antonio Area Foundation, $60,000 Competitive Research Contract to conduct a survey of Bexar County residents’ Attitudes and beliefs regarding the policies and practices of the Animal Care Services Department (Dr. Michael Baumann Co-Principal Investigator)

2006-2010

DHHS, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, $1,205,990. R24 (M-RISP): San Antonio Health Services Research Program

2005-2008

NIH, National Institute for Mental Health, $910,278 R24 (M-RIISP): South Texas Initiative for Mental Health Research

2003- 2008

USDA, Cooperative state Research, Education, and Extension Service, $2,202,395. Special Research Training Grant: Hispanic Leadership Program for Research in Food and Agricultural Sciences

2002-2008

USDA, United States Forest Service $1,325,000. Hispanic Leadership Program in Agriculture and Natural Resources

2002-2005

Annie E. Casey Foundation, $969,470

2002-2003

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid, $50,000

2002-2003

University Health System, $40,000

2001-2005

National Institutes of Health, $1,620,000 Professions Capacity Building Program (Grant awarded to the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities to support faculty development and research capacity building at Hispanic Serving colleges and universities)

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MAJOR GRANTS AND CONTRACTS (continued): 1996-2001

National Science Foundation, $14,122,000 San Antonio Urban Systemic Initiative (City of San Antonio/UTSA Collaborative Project)

1993-1996

National Science Foundation $210,400 Comprehensive Regional Center for Minorities The University of Texas at San Antonio

1994-1995

Pew Charitable Trusts $300,000 (Grant awarded to The Tomas Rivera Center, Claremont, California to support Latino scholar development activities)

1992-1993

Pew Charitable Trusts $350,000 (Grant awarded to The Tomas Rivera Center, Claremont, California to support Latino scholar development activities)

1989-1991

Pew Charitable Trusts $435,000 (Grant awarded to The Tomas Rivera Center, Claremont, California to support Latino scholar development activities)

1982-1983

Mental Health Services Manpower Educational Training $43,200 (Research and Training Grant)

1979-1981

Organizational Effectiveness Research Programs, Office of Naval Research $190,000 (Research Contract)

1982-1983

Mental Health Services Manpower Educational Training $43,200 (Research and Training Grant)

1979-1981

Organizational Effectiveness Research Programs, Office of Naval Research $190,000 (Research Contract)

1977-1981

National Institute of Mental Health $233,548 Pre-Doctoral Research Training Grant University of California, Riverside

1977-1981

National Institute of Mental Health $154,138 Undergraduate Research Training Grant University of California, Riverside PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA (partial list): Academic Personnel Review Committees Faculty Charges Committee (Academic Senate) Privilege and Tenure Committee Administrative Search Committees College Executive Committee (Academic Senate) Committee on Intramural Research Support Graduate Opportunity Fellowship Committee Graduate Affirmative Action Task Force (UC-wide) Faculty Committee on Affirmative Action (UC-wide) Presidents' Fellowship Advisory Committee (UC-wide)

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PROFESSIONAL SERVICE (continued): UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS (partial list): Linguistic Minorities Project Advisory Committee (UC-wide) Faculty Governance Development Committee Faculty Research Awards Committee (Chair) Council on Graduate Education (Chair) Academic Administrative Council (Chair) Various Faculty and Administrative Search Committees Council of Public University Chief Academic Officers (statewide) Instruction Formula Study Committee Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board NATIONAL (partial list): Advisory Committee, Hispanic Theological Initiative, Princeton, NJ Ford Foundation Post-Doctoral Fellowships Program, Washington, DC Behavioral Sciences Evaluation Panel, National Research Council Washington, DC Hispanic Faculty Liaison, United States Department of Education Minority Biomedical Research Support Program Review Panel National Institute of Health, Washington, DC Ford Foundation Pre-Doctoral Fellowships Program, Washington, DC Multi-Campus Working Group on Faculty Roles and Rewards at Metropolitan Universities Committee on Access and Diversity, Council on Academic Affairs, NASULGC Western Association of Schools and Colleges (1999, 2002, 2007) COMMUNITY (partial list): Board of Directors, Community Settlement Association Riverside, California Charter Member & Former President, Health Alliance of the Inland Counties San Bernardino, California Charter Member, Concilio for the Spanish Speaking of Riverside Board of Directors, Health Systems Agency, Riverside, California Panel of Judges, JC Penny Golden Rule Awards Program Board of Directors, Guadeloupe Cultural Arts Center, San Antonio, Texas CONSULTANT APPOINTMENTS (Partial List) National Institute of Education Washington, DC Administration for Children, Youth and Families W ashington, DC Spanish Speaking Mental Health Research Center, UCLA Office of Naval Research Arlington, Virginia National Research Council, Washington, DC National Academy of Sciences, W ashington, DC General Mills Foundation, Minneapolis, Minnesota Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, San Antonio, TX PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIPS (past and present) Society for Experimental Social Psychology Southwestern Psychological Association American Psychological Association Western Psychological Association Society for Research in Child Development Society for Personality Assessment National Chicano Council on Higher Education Council of Graduate Schools in the United States

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EDITORIAL APPOINTMENTS Editorial Board, Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences Reviewer, American Psychologist Reviewer, Journal of Applied Social Psychology Reviewer, Social Science Journal Reviewer, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology Reviewer, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin Reviewer, Journal of Social Behavior and Personality Reviewer, Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology Reviewer, Academy of Management Journal PUBLICATIONS Garza, R. T., and Nelson, D. B. (1973). A comparison of Mexican- and Anglo-American perceptions of the university environment. Journal of College Student Personnel, 14(4), 399-401. Garza, R. T., and Ames, R. E. (1974). A comparison of Anglo- and Mexican-American college students on locus of control. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 42(6), 919. Garza, R. T. and Ames, R. E. (1976). A comparison of Chicanos and Anglos on locus of control. In C. A. Hernandez, M. J. Haug, and N. N. W agner (Eds.), Chicanos: Social and Psychological Perspectives (2nd ed.). St. Louis: C. V. Mosby Company. Garza, R. T., and Widlak, F. W. (1976). Antecedents of Chicano and Anglo student perceptions of university environment. Journal of College Student Personnel, 17(3), 295-299. Garza, R. T. (1977). Personal control and fatalism in Chicanos and Anglos: Conceptual and methodological issues. In J. L. Martinez (Ed.), Chicano Psychology. New York: Academic Press. Lipton, J. P. and Garza, R. T. (1977). Responsibility attribution among Mexican-American, Black, and Anglo adolescents and adults. Journal of Cross Cultural Psychology, 8(3), 259-272. Garza, R. T. and Widlak, F. W. (1977). The validity of locus of control dimensions for Chicano populations. Journal of Personality Assessment, 41(6), 635-643. Lipton, J. P. and Garza, R. T. (1978). Further evidence for subject pool contamination. European Journal of Social Psychology, 8(4), 535-539. Lipton, J. P. and Garza, R. T. (1978). A sociocultural analysis of volunteer work among Anglo and Chicano college students. Journal of College Student Personnel, 19(3), 295-299. Garza, R. T. (1978). Affective and associative qualities in the learning styles of Chicanos and Anglos. Psychology in the Schools, 15(1), 111-115. Garza, R. T. and Lipton, J. P. (1978). Culture, personality, and reactions to praise and criticism. Journal of Personality, 46(4), 743-761. Ramirez, M., Cox, B. G., Garza, R. T., and Castaneda, A. (1978). Dimensions of Biculturalism in Mexican American College Students. Technical Report, Organization Effectiveness Research Programs, Office of Naval Research, September. Ramirez, M., Garza, R. T., Cox, B. G. (1980). Multicultural Leader Behaviors in Ethnically Mixed Task Groups. Technical Report, Organizational Effectiveness Research Programs, Office of Naval Research, March.

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PUBLICATIONS (continued): Garza, R. T. and Alva, I. C. (1979). Language dominance and semantic organization in Spanish-English bilingual children. Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 1(1), 55-64. Ramirez, A. C., Garza, R. T., and Lipton, J. P. (1980). The fear-affiliation relationship: A sociocultural revisitation. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 11(2), 173-188. Garza, R. T. and Friedman, H. S. (1981). On community psychology. Invited Review of M. S. Gibbs, J. R. Lachenmeyer, and J. Sigal (Eds.), Community Psychology: Theoretical and Empirical Approaches (Gardner Press, 1980). Social Science and Medicine, 15F, 123-125. Garza, R. T. and Lipton, J. P. (1982). Theoretical perspectives on Chicano personality development. Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 6(4), 407-432. Garza, R. T., Romero, G. J., Cox, B. G., and Ramirez, M. (1982). Biculturalism, locus of control, and leader behavior in ethnically mixed small groups. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 12(3), 237-253. Garza, R. T., Lipton, J. P., and Isonio, S. A. (1984). Leader ethnicity and group composition: Individual productivity and leader performance evaluations. Proceedings of XIII International Congress of Psychology, Abstracts Volume II, p. 321. Garza, R. T. and Lipton, J. P. (1984). Foundations for a Chicano Social Psychology. In J. L. Martinez, Jr. and R. H. Mendoza (Eds.), Chicano Psychology (2nd ed.) New York: Academic Press. Espinoza, J. A. and Garza, R. T. (1985). Social group salience and interethnic cooperation. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 21(4), 380-392. Garza, R. T. and Gallegos, P. I. (1985). Environmental influences and personal choice: A humanistic perspective on acculturation. Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 7(4), 365-379. Romero, G. J. and Garza, R. T. (1986). Attributions for the occupational success/failure of ethnic minority and non-minority women. Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 34(7/8), 445-452. Herringer, L. G. and Garza, R. T. (1987). Perceptual accentuation in minimal groups. European Journal of Social Psychology, 17(3), 347-352. Lipton, J. P. and Garza, R. T. (1987). Sociocultural assumptions of federally sponsored Follow Though programs. Journal of Psychology, 121(1), 37-50. Garza, R. T. and Herringer, L. G. (1987). Social identity: A multidimensional approach. Journal of Social Psychology, 127(3), 299-308. Isonio, S. A. and Garza, R. T. (1987). Protestant work ethic endorsement among Anglo-Americans, Chicanos and Mexicans: A comparison of factor structures. Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 9(4), 413-425 Garza, R. T., Isonio, S. A., and Gallegos, P. I. (1988). Community development in rural Mexico: The social psychological effects of adult education. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 18(8), 640-653. Garza, R. T., Lipton, J. P., and Isonio, S. A. (1989). Group ethnic composition, leader ethnicity, and task performance: An application of social identity theory, Genetic, Social, and General Psychology Monographs, 115(3), and 295-314.

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PUBLICATIONS (continued): Santos, S. J., Garza, R. T., and Bohon, L. M. (1990). Perceptions of intergroup relations: A comparison of Anglo-American and Mexican-American university students. In S. Chan (Ed.), Income and Status Differences Between W hite and Minority Americans: A Persistent Inequality. Edwin Mellen Press. Garza, R. T. and Borchert, J. E. (1990). Maintaining social identity in a mixed-gender setting: Minority/majority status and cooperative/competitive feedback. Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 22(11/12), 679-691. Garza, R. T. and Santos, S. J. (1991). Ingroup-outgroup balance and interdependent interethnic behavior. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 27, 124-137. Garza, R. T. (1994). The postindustrial paradigm shift: From roles to relationships. Invited Review of J. Hage and C. H. Powers, Post-Industrial Lives: Roles and Relationships in the 21st Century (Sage Publications, 1992). Contemporary Psychology, 30(2), 197-198. Garza, R. T. (1995). Multiculturalism's excesses and education's future. Invited Review of R. Bernstein, Dictatorship of Virtue: Multiculturalism and the Battle for America's Future (Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., 1994). Planning for Higher Education, 24(1), 55-57. Santos, S. J., Garza, R. T., and Bohon, L. M. (1995). Status differentials, status stability, and interethnic social competition in Anglo-Americans and Mexican-Americans. Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 16(4), 438-458. Garza, R. T. and Gallegos, P. I. (1995). Environmental influences and personal choice: A humanistic perspective on acculturation. In A.M. Padilla (Ed.). Hispanic Psychology: Critical Issues in Theory and Research. Sage Publications. Garza, R. T. (2000). W hat managers need to know about ethnicity: Hispanics as leaders of Anglo, Hispanic, or ethnically-mixed work groups. Proceedings of the Forty-second Annual Meeting of the Southwest Academy of Management (referred). Year 2000 Volume, pp. 135-139. Firestone, J. M., Garza, R. T., and Harris, R. J. (2005). Protestant work ethic and worker productivity in a Mexican brewery. International Sociology, 20(1). 27-44. Villagran, M., W ittenberg-Lyles, E. M., & Garza, R. T. (2006). A problematic integration approach to Capturing the cognitive, cultural, and communicative experiences of Hurricane Katrina volunteers. Analysis of Social Issues and Public Policy, 6(1). Lopez, S.G., Garza, R.T., & Gonzalez-Blanks, A. (2012). Preventing smoking among Hispanic preadolescents: Program orientation, participant individualism-collectivism, and acculturation level. Hispanic Journal of the Behavioral Sciences,, 34, 323-339. Gonzalez-Blanks, A., Lopez, S.G., and Garza, R.T. (2012). Collectivism in smoking prevention programs for Hispanic preadolescents: Raising the ante on cultural sensitivity. Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse, 21, 427-439. Doi: 10.1080/1067828X.2012.724283 Mangold, D. L., Meuth, K., Garza, R. T., and Newton, L. (2013). Generational Status Moderates the Effects of Extraversion on the Cortisol Awakening Response in Mexican American Adults,. Annals of Behavioral Medicine.

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RESEARCH UNDER REVIEW, IN PREPARATION, OR IN PROGRESS

Chance, W.E. & Garza, R. Instructing Task-Groups: How Ethnic Social Identities can Influence Task Performance and Group-Leader Perceptions. Gonzalez-Blanks, A., Lopez, S.G., & Garza, R.T. Collectivism in smoking prevention programs for Hispanic preadolescents: Raising the ante on cultural sensitivity. Lopez, S.G., Garza, R.T., & Gonzalez-Blanks, A. “Mejoremos nuestra salud comiendo saludable”: Blending Science and Culture in Promoting Healthy Nutrition among Hispanic Preadolescents Vasquez, J., Garza, R.T., and Pillow, D. An Ecological Approach to Mental Health in Urban Hispanics Vasquez, J., Pillow, D, and Garza R.T. Neighborhood Factors and Mental Health: Small Life Events as a Moderator Lopez, S., Garza, R., Moring, J., & Gonzalez-Blanks, A. Enhancing healthy attitudes and behaviors about nutrition in Hispanic youth. Lopez, S., Garza, R., Moring, J., & Gonzalez-Blanks, A. The influence of Hispanic parents’ attitudes and behaviors toward eating on Hispanic children. Garza, R. T. and Chance W. E. Leadership, diversity, and motivation: Influence of group identities on Intergroup attitudes and individual performance. Trofimoff, V. and Garza, R. T. Looking out for number one: Personal self-esteem, collective self-esteem and social comparison choices following a threat to social identity. Borchert, J. E. and Garza, R. T. Social Identity Theory versus socialization: Sex, gender, and positive social identity. CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS Garza, R. T. and Ames, R. E. A comparison of Chicanos and Anglos on locus of control. Paper presented at the 46th annual convention of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, Illinois, May 2-4, 1974. (Reviewed in the July 1974 issue of Psychology Today, p. 20). August, G. J., Felker, D. W., and Garza, R. T. The role of the affective meaning system in the learning styles of high, middle, and low self-concept children. Paper presented at the annual convention of the American Educational Research Association, Washington, DC, April 1975. Widlak, F. W. and Garza, R. T. Determinants of Chicano and Anglo student perceptions of university environment. Paper presented at the 83rd annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Chicago, Illinois, August 30 - September 3, 1975. Garza, R. T. Personal control and fatalism in Chicanos and Anglos. Paper presented at the First Symposium on Chicano Psychology, University of California, Irvine, May 15-16, 1976. Garza, R. T. and Alva, I. C. Language dominance and semantic memory functioning in bilingual children. Paper presented at the 85th annual convention of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, California, August 26-30, 1977.

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CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS (continued): Garza, R. T. and Alva, I. C. A developmental analysis of language dominance and semantic organization in Spanish-English bilingual children. Paper presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 17-20, 1977. Garza, R. T. The Chicano sociocultural system: Chicano identity in a multi-cultural perspective. Paper presented at the annual conference of the National Association of Chicano Social Scientists, University of California, Berkeley, April 28 - May 1, 1977. Garza, R. T. A social-psychological analysis of the Chicano experience. Paper presented at the annual conference of the National Association for Chicano Studies, Claremont, California, March 16-18, 1978. Ramirez, A. C., Garza, R. T., and Lipton, J. P. Chicano and Anglo motives for affiliation: Not all misery loves miserable company. Paper presented at the 59th annual convention of the Western Psychological Association, San Diego, California, April 5-8, 1979. Garza, R. T. Personality development in Mexican American children: A need for theory. Paper presented at the National Symposium on the Mexican American Child, University of California, Santa Barbara, December 14-16, 1979. Ramirez, M. and Garza, R. T. Multicultural experiences and leader behavior in ethnically heterogeneous groups. Paper presented at the Office of Naval Research conference on Intergroup Relations Research, University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, May 15-16, 1980. Garza, R. T. Historical and theoretical foundation for a Chicano Psychology. Paper presented at the annual conference of the National Association for Chicano Studies, University of California, Riverside, April 2-4, 1981. Garza, R. T. and Romero, G. J. Biculturalism and leader behavior in ethnically heterogeneous groups. Paper presented at the 61st annual conference of the Western Psychological Association, Los Angeles, California, April 9-12, 1981. Garza, R. T. and Espinoza, J. A. A culturally oriented training program in social ecology. Paper presented at the 89th annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, California, August 24-28, 1981. Espinoza, J. A. and Garza, R. T. Chicano and Anglo responses to the Commons Dilemma: A reevaluation of cooperative behavior. Paper presented at the Second Symposium on Chicano Psychology, University of California, Riverside, March 26-27, 1982. Romero, G. J. and Garza, R. T. Attributions for the occupational success/failure of Anglo, Black, and Chicana women: The role of ethnicity, sex, and affirmative action. Paper presented at the 62nd annual meeting of the W estern Psychological Association, Sacramento, California, April 8-11, 1982. Garza, R. T. and Herringer, L. A. Understanding social identity: The development of a multidimensional scale. Paper presented at the 63rd annual meeting of the W estern Psychological Association, San Francisco, California, April 27-30, 1983. Garza, R. T. and Lipton, J. P. Towards a social psychology of Hispanic?: Contemporary theory and research dealing with Chicanos. Paper presented at the XIX Inter-American Congress of Psychology, Quito, Ecuador, July 24-29, 1983.

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CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS (continued): Garza, R. T. Environmental influences and personal choice: A humanistic perspective on ethnicity and acculturation. Paper presented at a special conference on Ethnicity, Acculturation, and Mental Health among Hispanics, Albuquerque, New Mexico, November 11-12, 1983. Garza, R. T. The social psychology of Chicano/Hispanic professional advancement. Paper presented at the XII annual conference of the National Association of Chicano Studies, The University of Texas at Austin, March 8-10, 1984. Herringer, L. A. and Garza, R. T. Minimal group bias: Individual differences, categorization rules, and perceptual consequences. Paper presented at the 64th annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Los Angeles, California, April 1984. Lipton, J. P. and Garza, R. T. Ethnocentrism in the USA and Chicano social psychology: Towards and general Interactive theory. Paper presented at the VII International Congress of Cross-Cultural Psychology, Acapulco, Mexico, August 29 - September 1, 1984. Garza, R. T., Lipton, J. P., and Isonio, S. A. Leader ethnicity and group composition: Individual productivity and leader performance evaluations. Paper presented at the XXIII International Congress of Psychology, Acapulco, Mexico, September 2-7, 1984. Garza, R. T. & Isonio, S. A. Group composition and leader ethnicity or determinants of performance and perceptions of the leader. Paper presented at the 65th annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association, San Jose, California, April 18-21, 1985. Garza, R. T. Hispanic American culture and Personality. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Mexican Society of Psychology, Mexico City, Mexico, November 16-19, 1985. Isonio, S. A. & Garza, R. T. Factor structure of the Protestant work ethic: A comparison of AngloAmericans, Chicanos and Mexicans. Paper presented at the 67th annual meeting of the W estern Psychological Association, Long Beach, California, April 23-26, 1987. Garza, R. T., Isonio, S. A., & Gallegos, P. I. The social-psychological impact of adult education in rural Mexican communities. Paper presented at the 67th annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Long Beach, California, April 23-26, 1987. Garza, R. T. Social identity theory and interethnic relations in the American Southwest. Paper presented at an invitational conference on Social Identity Theory, Exeter, England, July 16-18, 1987. th

Garza, R. T. and Borchert, J. E. Gender bias in social identity research. Paper presented at the 69 annual meeting of the W estern Psychological Association, Reno, Nevada, April 27-30, 1989.

Borchert, J. E. and Garza, R. T. Development and maintenance of social identity: Social Identity Theory versus a gender socialization model. Paper presented at the 70th annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Los Angeles, California, April 25-28, 1990. Santos, S. J. and Garza, R. T. Status differential, status legitimacy, and interethnic relations. Paper presented at the 70th annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Los Angeles, California, April 25-28, 1990. Garza, R. T. and Santos, S. J. There are more (or less) of them: The effects of in-group/out-group ratios of interethnic competition. Paper presented at the 70th annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Los Angeles, California, April 25-28, 1990.

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CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS (continued): Santos, S. J. and Garza, R. T. Legitimacy and relations between different status groups: A closer look. Paper presented at the 71st annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association, San Francisco, California, April 1991. Garza, R. T. Returning to Atzlan: Acculturation and the search for a bicultural identity. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Texas Psychological Association. Dallas, Texas, October 29-31, 1992. Garza, R. T. The role of the comprehensive metropolitan university in reforming schools for Latino students. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology, San Antonio, Texas, March 10-14, 1993. Garza, R. T. Status differentials and ethnic relations. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Experimental Social Psychology, Santa Barbara, California, October 14-16, 1993. Garza, R. T. Maintaining a Sense of Community During Periods of Rapid Growth. Panel presentation at the national meeting of the American Association for Higher Education, Washington, DC, March 19-22, 1995 Garza, R. T. Faculty Roles in Outreach Across Sectors of Higher Education. Panel presentation at the Sixth AAHE Conference on Faculty Roles and Rewards, Orlando, FL, January 29 - February 1, 1998. Garza, R. T. What Managers Need to Know about Ethnicity: Hispanics as Leaders of Anglo, Hispanic, or Ethnically-mixed Work Groups, Forty-second Annual Meeting of the Southwest Management Academy, San Antonio, Texas, March 15-18, 2000. Firestone, J. M., Garza, R. T., and Harris, R. J. Protestant work ethic and worker productivity in a Mexican brewery. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Sociological Association, Anaheim, California, August, 2001. Garza, R. T. Developing intellectual capital: Investing in students and faculty. Paper presented at the 15 annual conference of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, San Juan Puerto Rico, October 27-30, 2001.

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Garza, R. T. Hispanic Faculty Development Programs: What Works? Paper presented at the 16 annual conference of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, Denver, Colorado, October 26-29, 2002. Garza, R. T. Increasing Research Capacity at Hispanic Serving Institutions: Training for Competitive th Grants. Paper presented at the 16 annual conference of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, Denver, Colorado, October 26-29, 2002. th

Discussant, Panel on Leadership in Higher Education, the 16 annual conference of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, Denver, Colorado, October 26-29, 2002. Garza, R. T. Grant Funding Disparities between Hispanic Serving and Research Universities: More than a th Game of Catch-up. Paper presented at the 17 annual conference of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, Anaheim, California, October 17-21, 2003.

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Panel Discussant, Hispanic Leadership in Higher Education, the 17 annual conference of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, Miami Beach, Florida, 4reOctober 15 – 19, 2004. th

Garza, R. T. Building HSI Faculty Research Capacity. Paper presented at the 18 annual conference of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, Miami Beach, Florida, 4reOctober 15 – 19, 2004. Panel Discussant, Addressing Health & Educational Disparities Through Community Based Research. th Science and Technology Panel, the 18 annual conference of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, Miami Beach, Florida, 4reOctober 15 – 19, 2004. Garza, R. T. Research Capacity Building at HSI’s: NIH Programs and Research Faculty Perspectives. th Paper presented at the 19 annual conference of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, Phoenix, Arizona, October 15 – 18, 2005. Panel Organizer, Prioritizing Resources at Hispanic Serving Institutions to Generate Additional Extramural Funding and Develop Faculty Research Capacity. Panel Track: Educational Leadership for st th Developing a 21 Century STEM W orkforce, the 19 annual conference of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, Phoenix, Arizona, October 15 – 18, 2005. Garza, R. T. The HACU//DHHHS Professions Capacity Building Program: Lessons Learned. Paper th presented at the 20 annual conference of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, San Antonio, Texas, October 28-31, 2006. Panel Co-Organizer, USDA Funding for Non-Agricultural Schools. Panel Track: Best Practices for th Capacity Building at HIS’s, the 20 annual conference of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, San Antonio, Texas, October 28-31, 2006. Garza, R. T. Diversity and Excellence: New Challenges Brought by the 21 st Century in the Life Sciences. st Paper presented at the 21 annual conference of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, Chicago, Illinois, October 20-22, 2007. Discussant, Panel Presentation: Increasing Hispanic Participation in STEM Education. Panel presentation st held at the 21 annual conference of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, Chicago, Illinois, October 20-22, 2007. Garza, R. T. Critical Issues Facing the International Arena: Embracing a Health Science Agenda for the st 21 Century. Panel presentation held at the 22nd annual conference of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, Denver, CO, October 11-13, 2008. Vasquez Serrato, J., Pillow, D., and Garza, R. T. Neighborhood Factors in Mental Health: Life Events as A oderator. Poster presentation, Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA, August 14-17, 2008. (Awarded First Place by Division 27) Lopez, S., Garza, R., Moring, J., & Gonzalez-Blanks, A. The use of collectivism and individualism in attitudes against smoking for Hispanic youth. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association, San Antonio, TX, April 2-4, 2009. Lopez, S. & Garza, R. T. Smoking Among Hispanic Youth: Implementing a Collectivist Orientation for Healthy Attitudes and Behavior. Presented at the Third National Leadership Summit on Eliminating Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health, National Harbor, MD. February 2527, 2009.

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CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS (continued): Gonzalez, A., Garza, R. T., & Lopez, S. Collectivism and Individualism in Attitudes about Smoking in Hispanic Youth. Presented at the COLFA Research Competition, University of Texas at San Antonio, March 20, 2009. Lopez, S., Garza, R. T., Moring, J., & Gonzalez, Ana G. The Use of Collectivism and Individualism in Attitudes Against Smoking for Hispanic Youth. Presented at the Southwestern Psychological Association Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 3, 2009. Trofimoff, V. & Garza, R. T. Accentuation of Personal Identity after Social Identity Evaluation: The Effects of Personal Self-Esteem and Collective Self-Esteem. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Portland, OR, April 23-26, 2009. Garza, R.T., Lopez, S., & Gonzalez, A. G. Preventing Smoking Among Hispanic Youth: The Application th of Latino Cultural Dimensions in Promoting Healthy Attitudes and Behavior. Presented at the 15 Annual Latino Behavioral Health Institute Conference, Advancing Latino Behavioral Health: from Margin to Mainstream, Universal City, California, September 23, 2009. Garza, R. T. & Pillow, D. R. Impacting Research Capacity Building at HIS’s for Over 10 Years: The DHHS-HACU Professions Capacity Building Program. Panel presentation held at the 24th annual conference of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, San Diego, CA, September 18-20, 2010. Lopez, S. & Garza, R.T. Promoting Healthy Eating Among Hispanic Youth: It Could Take a Village. th Paper presented at the 15 Annual Latino Behavioral Health Institute Conference, Advancing Latino Behavioral Health: from Margin to Mainstream, Universal City, California, September 2224, 2010. Gonzalez, A., Juarez, T., Lopez, S., & Garza, R.T. Promoting healthy eating and drinking among Hispanic youth: A qualitative assessment. Paper presented at the Southwestern Psychological Association Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 7, 2011. Garza, R.T., Lopez, S., Gonzalez-Blanks, A., & Juarez, T. Pero Mami, Ya No Quiero Estar Gordito”: A Qualitative Approach to Promoting Healthy Eating among Hispanic Youth. Paper presented at the 2011 Agency for Health Research Quality: Leading Through Innovation and Collaboration Annual Conference, Bethesda, Maryland, September 19-20, 2011. Garza, R.T., Baumann, M., & Lopez, S. G. Latino College Health Initiative: Smoking behavior in Hispanic college students. Presented at the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities Annual Conference, San Antonio, Texas, October 30, 2011. Garza, R. T. (Author & Presenter), Juarez-Vasquez, T. E. Pero Mami Ya No quiero Estar Tan Gordito: A Qualitative Approach to Promoting Healthy Eating among Hispanic Youth. Fifth Latin American Conference and Fourth Inter-American Conference on Health Promotion and Health Education, Mexico City, Mexico, (April 11, 2012. Baumann, M. R. (Presenter), Gonzalez, R., Parks, I. A., Garza, R. T., Lopez, S. G. Latino College Health Initiative: Tobacco Use and Attitudes Among Hispanic Students, National Conference on Tobacco or Health, Kansas City, MO, August, 2012. Garza, R. T. (Presenter), Baumann, M. R., Lopez, S. G. Tobacco on Campus: Latino College Students and Attitudes Towards Smoking. 26th Annual Conference of the Hispanic Association for Colleges and Universities, Washington, D.C., October 23, 2012.

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Garza, R. T. (Presenter), Baumann, M. R., Lopez, S. G., Tobacco on Campus: Latino College Students and Attitudes towards Smoking, American Legacy Foundation W ashington, D.C., November 15, 2012. WORKSHOPS AND INVITED ADDRESSES (Partial List) Chicanos and Higher Education: A Promising Future. Invited address, Project Upward Bound, Texas A & I University, Kingsville, Texas, September 10, 1974. A Chicano Perspective on the problem of Illegal Mexican Aliens. Workshop Task Force on the Problems of the Spanish Speaking, Lafayette, Indiana, January 20, 1975. Mental Health Services and the Chicano Community. Invited address, Riverside County Mental Health Services, Riverside, California, June 17, 1976. Mental Health Problems in the Chicano Community. Invited address, Riverside County Mental Health Services, Indio, California, July 12, 1976. Cultural Dissolution and Drug Abuse in the Chicano Community. Invited address, Drug Abuse Control Services, Riverside, California, August 4, 1976. Cultures and People, How Can We Help? Keynote address, Family Counseling Services of Cochella Valley, Indio, California, March 14, 1977. Contemporary Research on Spanish-Speaking Children. Symposium at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development. New Orleans, Louisiana, March 17-20, 1977. (Program Chairperson). A Psychodynamic Analysis of the Chicano Sociocultural System and the Role of Chicano Studies. Chicano Studies Symposium Series, University of California, Riverside, California, April 20, 1977. Semantic and Linguistic Aspects of Bilingualism in Children. Invited address, Spanish Speaking Mental Health Research Center, University of California, Los Angeles, October 19, 1977. Bilingual Semantic Processes. Invited address, Linguistics Program Committee, University of California, Riverside, February 9, 1978. Sociocultural Dimensions of Interactional Psychology. Invited address, Department of Psychology, University of Houston, Houston, Texas, April 17, 1979. Hispanic Mental Health in Riverside County: Issues for Appropriate Service Delivery. Planning conference, Riverside, California, June 27-28, 1980 Conference Director). Chicano Adolescence and Identity Formation. Workshop, Conference on Hispanic Mental Health in Riverside County, Riverside, California, June 27-28, 1980. Social Psychology. Panel at the 61st annual conference of the Western Psychological Association, Los Angeles, California, April 9-12, 1981 (Panel Chairperson). Sociocultural and Educational Assumptions in Follow Through. Invited address based on commissioned paper on Follow Through planning, the National Institute of Education, Portland, Oregon, February 2-4, 1981. Chicano Social Identity and Intergroup Relations. Invited address, Center for Chicano Studies, Stanford University, April 23, 1981.

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WORKSHOPS AND INVITED ADDRESSES (continued): A Theory of Ethnic Identity and Professional Development. W orkshop, National Hispanic Institute, Austin, Texas, April 24, 1981. Second Symposium on Chicano Psychology, University of California, Riverside, March 26-27, 1982 (Member, three-person planning committee). A Socio-ecological Approach to Rural Community Development, Invited address, Instituto Nacional para la Educacion de los Adultos, Monterrey, N.L., Mexico, August 20, 1982. The Social Psychological Context of Learning, Invited presentation, special conference on Understanding Linguistic Minorities, Lake Tahoe, California, May 30-June 1, 1985. Mexican American Academic Performance. Special seminar, Tomas Rivera Center, Claremont, California, November 15-16, 1985 (Discussant). Hispanic Community Participation in the Educational System. Keynote address, Centro de Ninos, annual banquet, Riverside, California, February 7, 1986. Community Psychology and Social Issues. Paper panel at the 67th annual meeting of the W estern Psychological Association, Long Beach, California, April 23-26, 1987 (Chairperson). Hispanic Cultural Identity: Avoiding the Pitfalls of Marginality. Invited presentation, Imperial County Department of Mental Health, El Centro, California, May 29, 1987. A Scioecological Perspective on Empowerment. Invited presentation, Department of Psychology, University of Colorado, Boulder, April 14, 1988. Community Psychology and Rural Community Development in Mexico. Invited address, Mexican National Institute for Adult Education, Monterey, N. L., Mexico, May 20, 1988. Ingroup/Outgroup Balance in Anglo-Hispanic Relations. Invited presentation, Department of Psychology, University of California, Santa Barbara, March 3, 1989. Cultural Diversity and Scholarship: Hispanic Contributions to Psychology. Keynote address, Multicultural Career Development Conference, Department of Psychology, University of Arizona, Tucson, April 15, 1989. Besting the Odds: Latinos in the Sciences. Keynote address, Latino Student Conference, Society for Latino Scientists and Engineers, University of California, Los Angeles, May 4, 1990. Latino Faculty Development: Getting ABD's to Finish. Invited presentation, "Open Mind" Conference, Association for the Achievement of Cultural Diversity in Higher Education, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, September 26-29, 1991. Latino Contributions to Psychology. Keynote address, Hispanic Heritage Celebration, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, October 10, 1991. Ingroup/Outgroup Ratios and Competition Between Anglos and Hispanics. Invited presentation, Institute for Social Research and Department of Psychology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, October 11, 1991. Breaking the ABD Chock-hold: A Dissertation Completion Project for Latinos, Invited Presentation, Texas Association of Chicanos in Higher Education, Corpus Christi, Texas, July 22-24, 1992.

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WORKSHOPS AND INVITED ADDRESSES (continued): Ethnic Labels and Ethnic Relations: W hat's in a Name. Keynote address, Latino Student Diversity Celebration, Yale College, September 16, 1992. Minority Participation in International Education. Invited presentation, Annual meeting of the Council of Graduate Schools, Dallas, Texas December 3, 1992. Successful Latino Academic Administrators. Invited Presentation, Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, San Antonio, Texas, November 12, 1993 st

Diversity and Excellence in Higher Education: New Challenges Brought by the 21 Century in Science and HealthRelated Fields. Invited talk at the 22nd annual conference of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, Denver, CO, October 11-13, 2008.

DOCTORAL STUDENT SUPERVISION Raymond Buriel, Ph.D. (now at Pomona College) Clarence Romero, Ph.D. (now at Riverside Community College) Jack P. Lipton, Ph.D. (now at Burke, Williams & Sorensen) Diana M. Valdez, Ph.D. (now at the University of New Mexico) Gloria J. Romero, Ph.D. (now at California State University, Los Angeles) Alexander C. Ramirez, Ph.D. (now at Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities) Julio A. Espinoza, Ph.D. (now at the University of Utah) Placida I. Gallegos, Ph.D. (now at San Diego State University) Steven A Isonio, Ph.D. (now at Golden West College) Lawrence G. Herringer, Ph.D. (now at California State University, Chico) Silvia J. Santos, Ph.D. (now at California State University, Dominguez Hills) Jill E. Borchert, Ph.D. (now at the University of South Florida) Charles E. Salinas, Ph.D. (now at American University, Bulgaria) Vincent N. Trofimoff, Ph.D. (now at California State University, San Marcos)

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