Dr. Jamie Franco-Zamudio

Dr. Jamie Franco-Zamudio

Dr. Jamie Franco-Zamudio

Professor
Quinlan Hall, Office 307
p: 251-380-3058

Office

Quinlan Hall 307

Education 

  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Psychology, University of California Santa Cruz (2009)
  • Master of Science, Psychology, University of California Santa Cruz (2003)
  • Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, The Ohio State University (2001)

Courses

  • General Psychology, PSY101
  • Social Psychology, PSY200
  • Psychology of Gender, PSY310
  • Personality Theories, PSY420 undergraduate/PSY501 graduate
  • Industrial/Organizational Psychology, PSY330/MGT330
  • Social Psychology of Social Justice, PSY360
  • Research Experience I, PSY451
  • Research Experience II, PSY452

Selected Publications

Franco-Zamudio, J. L., & Langhout, R. (2017). Teaching and mentoring: How to involve students in engaged scholarship. In L. Tropp (Ed.), Making Research Matter: A Psychologist’s

Guide to Public Engagement. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Franco-Zamudio, J. L., Guillory, P., Oswald, C. (2016, October 17). Five ways to teach your

students about world poverty:  https://psychologybenefits.org/2016/10/17/5-ways-to- teach-your- students-about-world-poverty/

Franco-Zamudio, J. L. (2013). Inspired by Thomas F. Pettigrew. Analysis of Social Issues and

Public Policy, 13(1), 435-437.

Franco-Zamudio, J. L. (2012). The rise of post-racial politics and the retreat from racial equity, author Tim Wise. Analysis of Social Issues and Public Policy, 12(1), 400-403

Franco, J. L., Sabattini, L., & Crosby, J. (2004). Anticipating work and family: Exploring the associations among gender-related ideologies, values, and behaviors in Latino and White families in the U.S. Journal of Social Issues Special Issue: The Maternal Wall, 60(4), 755-766.

Crosby, F. J., & Franco, J. L. (2003). The ivory tower and the multicolored world: The connection between theories of justice and the practice affirmative action. Personality and Social Psychology Review, 7, 362-373.

Selected Presentations

Franco-Zamudio, J.L., Brown, C., Thomas, S., Wendel, L., Sharp, S., & Sapia, J. (2019, June) "Your body is a battleground": Media analysis of #MeToo/#HeToo. Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI) Biennial Conference, San Diego, CA.

Franco-Zamudio, J.L. & Brody, S. (2018, June). Teaching for social justice: Sharing resources and tools. Interactive discussion during the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI) Biennial Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.

Kohfeldt, D., McCoy, M., & Franco-Zamudio, J.L. (2018, June). University-community collaborations: Ethical challenges and successes in social-justice oriented service-learning. Interactive discussion during the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI), Pittsburgh, PA.

Bullock, H. E., Curtin, N., Fingerhut, A., Franco-Zamudio, J. L., McClelland, S., O’Connor, M., Overstreet, N., Stewart, A., & Stoudt, B. (2017, June). Giving Psychology Away: The Challenges and Opportunities of Engaged Scholarship. Interactive discussion during the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI) Biennial Conference, Albuquerque, NM.

Franco-Zamudio, J. L. (2016, June). “I saw my identities as incompatible”: Negotiating fit in academia. Paper presented at the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues Biennial Conference, Minneapolis, MN.

Franco-Zamudio, J. L. (2016, June). Experiential Learning and Engaged Scholarship as Tools for Teaching Diversity and Inclusion. Paper presented at the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues Biennial Conference, Minneapolis, MN.

Gupta, M., Covarrubias, R., & Franco-Zamudio, J. L. (2014, June). Confronting issues faced by Scholars of Color: Shared stories and research-based strategies. Interactive discussion during the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues Biennial Conference, Portland, OR.

Franco-Zamudio, J. L., & Chemers, M. M. (2012, June 22). Persisting to the PhD: Women strategically negotiating fit in academia. Paper presented at the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues Biennial Conference, Charlotte, North Carolina.

Franco-Zamudio, J. L. (2010, October 1). The impact of social and role identity on student retention. Symposium: From Mice to Mentors to Media: Technology and Diversity in Psychology. Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in the Sciences, Anaheim, CA.

Franco-Zamudio, J.L., Goza, B.K., Turner, E., Elliott, J., & Omick, J. (2009, February 27). Measuring identity importance and intersections of identity. Poster presented at the Society for Research in Identity Formation conference, Asilomar, CA.

Bayne, M., Franco-Zamudio, J. L., Chemers, M. M., Goza, B.K., Schirmer, P., & Wang, J. (2009, February 28). The impact of academic identity on doctoral students’ commitment to pursue a career in academia. Poster presented at the Society for Research in Identity Formation conference, Asilomar, CA.

Jaworski, B., Franco-Zamudio, J. L., Chemers, M. M., Goza, B. K., Zwimpfer, B., McMahan, A., & Foor, A. (2009, February 28). Our future selves: The impact of role models on academic identity formation. Poster presented at the Society for Research in Identity Formation conference, Asilomar, CA.

Franco-Zamudio, J. L., Chemers, M. M., Ruiz, J., Spiteri, S., & Aguado-Zuniga, M.C. (2009, March 28). Encouraging student motivation via the development of an academic identity. Poster presented at the Teaching and Learning Conference at Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA.

Awards and Honors

Rewak Award, SHC (2014). Awarded to the faculty member or staff representing the Jesuit ideal of service, SHC College Senate.

Dawson Service Award, SHC (2014). Awarded to the faculty member demonstrating excellence in service to the college, SHC Faculty Development and Compensation Committee.

Innovative Teaching Award, Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI; 2014).

Speaker at the National Institute for the Teaching of Psychology (NITOP) Award, SPSSI

(2014).

Edward J. Moody, S.J. Teacher of the Year Award, SHC (2012).

Summer Research Grant, Faculty Development and Welfare, SHC (2012, 2011). Reverend H.J. Fagot, S.J. Award, SHC (2011). Service award presented by the Student Government Association.

National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Institute of General Medical Science Grant

# R01GM71935. UCSC (2007-2008). Supplemental Grant to fund dissertation research. Larger grant received by Dr. Chemers. Awarded for one year of tuition, plus travel and research expenses.

Ford Foundation Pre-doctoral Diversity Fellowship, UCSC (2002-2005). Full funding for three years of graduate study.

Link to Curriculum Vita

Link to Faculty Website