Dr. Enedina Vazquez is a school psychologist affiliated with the CEP department, and she is Associate Dean of the College of Education. Currently, she is developing a PhD program proposal in School Psychology. Her term as President of Division 45 ends in December 2017.
The society for the Psychological Study of Culture, Ethnicity, and Race, a Division of the American Psychological Association (APA), is the major representative body for psychologists who conduct research on ethnic minority concerns or who apply psychological knowledge and techniques to ethnic minority issues.
The Division’s purpose is to advance psychology as a science and to promote public welfare through research, to apply research findings towards addressing ethnic minority issues, and to encourage professional relationships among psychologists with these interests. It also represents ethnic minority concerns within the governance of the APA.