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Dr. Aaron S. Richmond

Dr. Aaron S. Richmond is a professor of educational psychology and human development at Metropolitan State University of Denver.  He started out his post-secondary education at a vocational school—Oklahoma State Horseshoeing School where he learned to become a...

Bernardo J. Carducci (1952 – 2018)

“Studying psychology at a community college changed my life.” Bernardo J. Carducci (Ph.D., Kansas State University, 1981) began his academic career in 1970 at Mt. San Antonio Community College (CA) and later transferred to Cal State University at Fullerton to complete...

Jim Diaz-Granados

Jaime “Jim” L. Diaz-Granados, PhD, of Baylor University is the American Psychological Association’s executive director for education. Prior to assuming his position with the APA, he was a professor of psychology, neuroscience and biomedical studies...

Antonio E. Puente, PhD

Antonio Puente’s family originally migrated from Cuba. He lacked guidance and a mentor, but fortunately a neighbor told him about a community college starting up in Jacksonville. He was the first in his family to attend an American college. It was during his...

Kari Tucker, MA, PhD

Kari’s reaction to being selected teacher-of-the-year! Dr. Kari Tucker-McCorkhill is a tenured professor of psychology at Irvine Valley College, located in Orange County, California. Like all other Community College Pathway Psychologists, she began college by...

April Thames

Dr. April Thames is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Associate Director of the Center for Culture Trauma and Mental Health Disparities at the University of California Los Angeles. She attended Cerritos College from 1997-2000 and received her...
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Certified member of the National Association of College Honor Societies, Affiliate of the American Psychological Association, and Affiliate of the American Psychological Society