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Khanh Dinh

Khanh Dinh
Khanh T. Dinh, Ph.D. Professor
  • College
    College of Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Department
    Psychology
  • Phone
    (978) 934-3916
  • Office
    Coburn Hall - 340J
  • Email

Expertise

Clinical & community psychology; Immigrant psychology & families; Diversity; Feminism

Research Interests

Clinical and Community Psychology
Immigrant Psychology and Communities
Cultural and Diversity Psychology
Feminist Psychology

Education

  • Other: Prevention Science, (2001), Arizona State University - Tempe, AZ
  • Ph D: Clinical Psychology, (1999), University of Washington - Seattle, WA
    Supporting Area: Community Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Women's Studies
    Dissertation/Thesis Title: Psychological Adjustment and the Quality of Parent-Child Relationships among Asian Americans: Acculturation and Parent-Child Acculturation Conflict
  • BA: Psychology, (1990), University of Washington - Seattle, WA
    Dissertation/Thesis Title: Parent-Child Relationships in Vietnamese Immigrant Families

Biosketch

Dr. Dinh joined the faculty in 2001 and her areas of academic interests are in clinical and community psychology. She is particularly interested in the effects of cultural changes and stress on the adaptation of immigrant individuals and families. Her research involves investigations of acculturative influences and their impact on the quality of interpersonal relationships and adjustment, including mental health and physical health outcomes. Her overall goal for her research program is to contribute to a better understanding of immigrant psychology and to develop intervention programs that facilitate the successful adaptation of incoming immigrants to the United States. She is also interested in issues of diversity and social justice in understanding the life experiences of immigrant and other diverse populations. She received an NIH National Health Disparities Research Service Award and frequently serves as a consultant for the National Institute of Mental Health. She is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association, the Society for the Psychological Study of Culture, Ethnicity and Race, and the Society for the Psychology of Women.

Selected Awards and Honors

  • Fellow (2019) - Society for the Psychological Study of Culture, Ethnicity and Race
  • Distinguished Pioneer Award (2018) - Society for the Psychology of Women - Section on the Psychology of Asian Pacific American Women
  • Fellow (2018) - American Psychological Association
  • Fellow (2018) - Society for the Psychology of Women
  • Distinguished Pioneer Mentor Award (2017) - Society for the Psychology of Women - Section on the Psychology of Asian Pacific American Women
  • Best Conference Presentation Award (2011), Scholarship/Research - Asian American Psychological Association Division of Women
  • Invited to join Expert Network (2010) - Roundtable Group, Inc.
  • Scholar in the City Award, (2006) - Patrick J. Mogan Cultural Center, Lowell, MA
  • National Health Disparities Research Scholar (2004) - National Institutes of Health
  • National Research Service Award (2004), Scholarship/Research - National Institute of Mental Health
  • Teaching Excellence Award, Department of Psychology (2004), Teaching - University of Massachusetts Lowell
  • Research Fellowship Award (2002), Scholarship/Research - Institute for Asian American Studies, UMass Boston
  • National Research Service Award (2001), Service, Professional - National Institute of Mental Health
  • National Research Service Award (1999), Service, Professional - National Institute of Mental Health
  • Wagner Conference Travel Award (1996) - University of Washington
  • Wagner Conference Travel Award (1995) - University of Washington
  • Guthrie Prize: Best Undergraduate Psychology Honors Thesis (1990) - University of Washington
  • Golden Key National Honor Society (1988) - Golden Key
  • University Tuition Scholarship (1986) - University of Washington

Selected Publications

  • Dinh, K.T., McCabe, A., Tein, J. (Arizona State University) (2020). Culture and well-being among Cambodian American adolescents: Mediating effects of parental, peer, and school attachments. Asian American Journal of Psychology, 11(2) 88-97.
  • Dinh, K.T., Le, P. (California State University Fullerton) (2019). The effects of war and migration trauma on Southeast Asian families in the United States. Journal of Education and Cultural Studies, 3(3) 227-244.
  • Ho, I.K., Dinh, K.T., Bellefontaine, S.M., Irving, A.L. (2018). Cultural Adaptation and Sexual Harassment in the Lives of Asian American Women. Women & Therapy, 41(3/4) 281 - 297.
  • McCabe, A., Dinh, K.T. (2018). High Points, Low Points, Turning Points: Life Stories of Cambodian American Youth. Journal of Southeast Asian American Education & Advancement, 13(1) 1.
  • Dinh, K.T., Ho, I.K., Yuying, T. (2018). Introduction to Special Issue: Trauma and Well-Being among Asian American Women. Women & Therapy, 41(3/4) 189 - 202.
  • Kim-Prieto, C., Kim, G.S., Crane, L.S., Lowe, S.M., Phi Loan, L., Dinh, K.T. (2018). Legacies of War: Asian American Women and War Trauma. Women & Therapy, 41(3/4) 203 - 218.
  • Ho, I.K., Dinh, K.T., Bellefontaine, S., Irving, A. (). The relationship of cultural orientation to sexual harassment, sexual harassment attitudes, and sexual objectification among a sample of Asian women. Women & Therapy.
  • Ho, I.K., Dinh, K.T., Yuying, T. (2018). Trauma and Well-Being among Asian American Women. [Special Issue]. Women & Therapy, 41(3/4) 183 - 379.
  • McCabe, A., Dinh, K.T. (2016). Agency and Communion, Ineffectiveness and Alienation: Themes in the Life Stories of Latino and Southeast Asian Adolescents. Imagination, Cognition and Personality, 36 150-171. doi: 10.1177/0276236616648648.
  • Dinh, K.T. (2016). Psychosocial Adjustment of Asian Immigrants in Relation to Migration and Resettlement Factors. . Journal of Psychological Sciences, 2 1-12.
  • Le, P.L., Dinh, K.T. (2015). The Intersection of Gender and Ethnicity: Asian–Pacific Islander American Women (pp. 135-157). American Psychological Association
  • Ho, I.K., Dinh, K.T., Smith, S.A. (2015). Intimate Partner Violence and Physical Health Outcomes among Southeast Asian American Women. Journal of Health Psychology.
  • Dinh, K.T., HOLMBERG, M.D., Ho, I.K., Haynes, M.C. (2014). The Relationship of Prejudicial Attitudes to Psychological, Social, and Physical Well-being within a Sample of College Students in the United States. Journal of cultural diversity, 21(2) 56-66.
  • Dinh, K.T., Tsong, Y. (2014). AAPI Women's Experiences of Racism and Heterosexism within the Feminist Communities. Symposium Presentation, Annual Meeting of the Association of Women in Psychology
  • McHale, J.P., Dinh, K.T., Rao, N. (2014). Understanding Coparenting and Family Systems Among East and Southeast Asian-heritage Families (pp. 163-173). Springer Science
  • Dinh, K.T., Weinstein, T., Tein, J., Roosa, M. (2013). A Mediation Model of the Relationship of Cultural Variables to Internalizing and Externalizing Problem Behavior among Cambodian American Youth. Asian American Journal of Psychology, 4 176-184.
  • Dinh, K.T., Tsong, Y. (2013). Creating Personal and Authentic Meanings Within and Outside of Professional and Family Life among AAPI Women. Symposium Presentation, Annual Meeting of the Association of Women in Psychology
  • Dinh, K.T., Weinstein, T.L., Tein, J., Roosa, M.W. (2012). A Mediation Model of the Relationship of Cultural Variables to Internalizing and Externalizing Problem Behavior Among Cambodian American Youth. Asian American Journal of Psychology.
  • Dinh, K.T., Le, P.L., Hong, G. (2012). Family Life Cycles Issues of Immigrants from Southeast Asia. Migration and the Family Life Cycle: A Guide for Therapists.
  • Ho, I.K., Dinh, K.T., Bellefontaine, S.A., Irving, A.L. (2012). Sexual Harassment and Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms among Asian and White Women. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment and Trauma, 21((1)) 95-113.
  • McHale, J.P., Dinh, K.T., Rao, N., Selin, H. (2012). Understanding Co-parenting and Family Systems in East and Southeast Asian Families. Parenting Across Cultures: Childbearing, Motherhood and Fatherhood in Non-Western Cultures.
  • Ho, I.K., Dinh, K.T. (2011). Cervical Cancer Screening among Southeast Asian American Women. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 13((1)) 49-60.
  • Ho, I.K., Dinh, K.T. (2011). Erratum: Cervical Cancer Screening among Southeast Asian American Women . Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 13((2)) 413.
  • Vo-Jutabha, E.D., Dinh, K.T., McHale, J.P., Valsiner, J. (2009). A Qualitative Analysis of Vietnamese Adolescent Identity Exploration Within and Outside an Ethnic Enclave. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 38((5)) 672-690.
  • Dinh, K.T., Castro, F.G., Tein, J.Y., Kim, S.Y. (2009). Cultural Predictors of Physical and Mental Health Status among Mexican American Women: A Mediation Model. American Journal of Community Psychology, 43((1-2)) 35-48.
  • Dinh, K.T., Ho, I.K., Zhan, L. (2009). Mentoring Asian Students toward the Health Professions. Asian American Voices: Engaging, Empowering, and Enabling. New York: National League for Nursing, 77-90.
  • Dinh, K.T., Trinh, N.T., Rho, Y., Sanders, F., Lu, F. (2009). The A-B-C in Clinical Practice with Southeast Asians: Basic Understanding of Immigration and Resettlement History. Handbook of Mental health and Acculturation in Asian American Families. Totowa, New Jersey: Humana Press, Inc., 123-141.
  • Liu, L.L., Lau, A.S., Chen, A.C., Dinh, K.T., Kim, S.Y. (2009). The Influence of Maternal Acculturation, Neighborhood Disadvantage, and Parenting on Chinese American Adolescents' Conduct Problems: Testing the Segmented Assimilation Hypothesis. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 38((5)) 691-702.
  • Dinh, K.T., Weinstein, T.L., Kim, S., Ho, I.K. (2008). Acculturative and psychological predictors of academic-related outcomes among Cambodian American high school students. Journal of Southeast Asian American Education and Advancement, 3 1-23.
  • Su, Y.K., Benner, A.D., Ongbongan, K., Acob, J., Dinh, K.T., Takushi, R.M., Dennerlein, D. (2008). Children of Filipino Immigrants in Hawai'i: Adolescent Girls' Experiences at Home and at School. Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies, 6((4)) 591-598.
  • Dinh, K.T., Bond, M.A. (2008). Introduction to Special Section: The Other Side of Acculturation: Changes Among Host Individuals and Communities in Their Adaptation to Immigrant Populations. American Journal of Community Psychology, 42((3-4)) 283-285.
  • Dinh, K.T., Weinstein, T.L., Nemon, M., Rondeau, S. (2008). The Effects of Contact with Asians and Asian Americans on White American College Students: Attitudes, Awareness of Racial Discrimination, and Psychological Adjustment. American Journal of Community Psychology, 42((3-4)) 298-308.
  • Dinh, K.T., Bond, M.A. (2008). The Other Side of Acculturation: Changes among Host Individuals and Communities in their Adaptation to Immigrant Populations. American Journal of Community Psychology, 42 283-368.
  • Dinh, K.T., Nguyen, H.H. (2006). The Effects of Acculturative Variables on Asian American Parent-child Relationships. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 23((3)) 407-426.
  • Dinh, K.T., Jackson, Y. (2006). Vietnamese Americans. Encyclopedia of Multicultural Psychology. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 463-469.
  • Lopez, V.A., Roosa, M.W., Jenn-Yun Tein, ., Dinh, K.T. (2004). Accounting for Anglo-Hispanic Differences in School Misbehavior. Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice, 2((1)) 27-46.
  • Dinh, K.T., Roosa, M.W., Tein, J.Y., Lopez, V.A. (2002). The Relationship between Acculturation and Problem Behavior Proneness in a Hispanic Youth Sample: A Longitudinal Mediation Model. Journal of abnormal child psychology, 30((3)) 295-309.
  • Dinh, K.T., Burt, R.D., Peterson, A.V., Sarason, I.G. (2000). Predicting Adolescent Smoking: A Prospective Study of Personality Characteristics. Preventive medicine, 30 115-125.
  • Kealey, K.A., Peterson, A.V., Gaul, M.A., Dinh, K.T. (2000). Teacher Training as a Behavior Change Process: Principles and Results from a Longitudinal Study. Health Education & Behavior, 27 64-81.
  • Dinh, K.T., Sarason, I.G., Peterson, A.V., Onstad, L.E. (1995). Children's Perceptions of Smokers and Nonsmokers: A Longitudinal Study. Health Psychology, 14 32-40.
  • Dinh, K.T., Sarason, B.R., Sarason, I.G. (1994). Parent-child Relationships in Vietnamese Immigrant Families. Journal of Family Psychology, 4 471-482.
  • Sarason, I.G., Mankowski, E.S., Peterson, A.V., Dinh, K.T. (1992). Adolescents' Reasons for Smoking. Journal of School Health, 62 185-190.

Selected Presentations

  • Culture, Social Attachments, and Well-Being among Cambodian American Adolescents - Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, 2020
  • Subverting White Supremacy, Centering Black Lives Amidst Two Public Health Crisis: Anti-Black Racism and COVID19 - Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, 2020
  • Feminist approaches in trauma research and practice with Asian American women. - Annual Conference of the Association of Women in Psychology, 2019
  • Mediation effects in the relationship of linguistic cultural variables to academic outcomes among Cambodian American adolescents - Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, 2019
  • Journeys of becoming a feminist: Experiences of Asian American women - Annual Convention of the American Psychological Associtation, 2019
  • Legacies of war: Asian American women and war trauma - Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, 2018
  • Trauma and well-being among Asian American women: Feminist approaches in research and clinical practice - Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, 2018
  • Asian Pacific American feminist leadership and mentorship - Inaugural Convention of AAPI Feminist Psychologists, 2018
  • Culture and well-being among Cambodian American youth: Mediating effects of parental, peer, and school attachment - Annual Conference of the Society for Prevention Research, 2017
  • Life narratives of immigrant women in the United States: Migration, language, family, and health - Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, 2017
  • Contraception knowledge, use, and attitudes in a sample of Southeast Asian women in the United States - Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, 2016
  • Living at the intersection of marginalization: struggles and resilience of diverse feminists - Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, 2016
  • An Interdisciplinary and Community-based Approach to Conducting Research with Cambodian Americans in Lowell - 15th Biennial Meeting of the Society for Community Research and Action, 2015
  • Looking Back, Moving Forward: Rewards and Challenges in University-Community Research Collaborations with Immigrant Populations - 15th Biennial Meeting of the Society for Community Research and Action, 2015
  • Experiences of Isms by AAPI Women in Leadership Roles - Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, 2015
  • Intimate Partner Violence and Physical Health Outcomes among Southeast Asian American Women - Asian Congress of Applied Psychology, Singapore, 2015
  • Feminist to Feminist: Achievements and Challenges in the Mentoring Relationship - Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, 2014
  • Promises and Challenges of Intersectional Research among Asian American and Pacific Islander Women - Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, 2014
  • AAPI Women’s Experiences of Racism and Heterosexism within the Feminist Communities - Annual Meeting of the Association of Women in Psychology, 2014
  • The States of Southeast Asian Communities in New England. - The 2014 States of Southeast Asian American Studies, October 2014 - Minneapolis, MN
  • Creating Personal and Authentic Meanings Within and Outside of Professional and Family Life - Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, 2013
  • Sharing Wisdom: Vocational Journeys of AAPI Feminist Psychologists. - Annual Convention of the Asian American Psychological Association, August 2012 - Orlando, FL.
  • In Search of Home and Equality: A Conversation with our AAPA Sisters and Brothers about Sexism and Male Privilege within AAPI Communities - Annual Convention of the Asian American Psychological Association, 2011
  • Life Story Interview of Immigrant vs. Non-immigrant Americans. - Symposium: Negotiating Immigrant Identities, October 2011 - Lowell, MA
  • The Relationship of College Students' Prejudicial Attitudes to their Psychological, Social, and Physical Well-Being. - Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, August 2011 - Washington, DC.
  • The Relationship of College Students' Prejudicial Attitudes to their Psychological, Social, and Physical Well-Being. - Faculty Research Symposium, August 2011 - Lowell, Massachusetts
  • A Mediation Model of the Effects of Acculturative Variables on Internalizing and Externalizing Behavior among Cambodian Youth. - Faculty Research Symposium, October 2010 - Lowell, Massachusetts
  • Mediators in the Association between Acculturative Variables and Mental Health Outcomes among Asian Americans. - Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, August 2010 - San Diego, CA.
  • Sexual Harassment and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder among Asian and White Female Students. - Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, August 2010 - San Diego, CA.
  • AAPI Women Psychologists in the Next Decade: Identity, Mentoring, and Networking. - Annual Convention of the Asian American Psychological Association, August 2010 - San Diego, CA.
  • Microaggression Research: Envisioning a Future of Expansion, Collaboration, and Innovation. - Annual Convention of the Asian American Psychological Association, August 2010 - San Diego, CA.
  • The Relationship of Cultural Orientation to Sexual Harassment, Sexual Harassment Attitudes and Sexual Objectification in a Sample of Asian Women. - Annual Convention of the Asian American Psychological Association, August 2010 - San Diego, CA.
  • A Mediation Model of the Effects of Acculturative Variables on Internalizing and Externalizing Problem Behavior among Cambodian Youth. - 18th Annual Meeting of the Society for Prevention Research, June 2010 - Denver, CO.
  • Acculturative and Psychosocial Predictors of Academic-Related Outcomes among Cambodian American High School Students. - First Annual Faculty Development Conference, April 2010 - Lowell, Massachusetts
  • Principles for Practices: Challenges and Lessons in Conducting Research with Asian American Youth Populations. - 12th Biennial Meeting of the Society for Community Research and Action, June 2009 - NJ
  • The Relationship between Ethnic Labels, Psychosocial Factors, and Educational Outcomes among Cambodian American Students. - 12th Biennial Meeting of the Society for Community Research and Action, June 2009 - NJ
  • Reflections of an Ethnic Minority Professor: Diversity Work through Research, Teaching, and Service - The 25th Annual Multicultural Symposium: Challenging Multiculturalism - Understanding and Promoting Principles of Diversity Across Disciplines, April 2008
  • Acculturative Experiences of White College Students in their Contact with Asian Americans. - 11th Biennial Meeting of the Society for Community Research and Action, June 2007 - Pasadena, CA.
  • Acculturative and Psychosocial Predictors of Academic-Related Outcomes among Cambodian American High School Students. - 6th Annual Diversity Challenge Conference, Institute for the Study and Promotion of Race and Culture, October 2006 - MA
  • The Future of Lowell: Ensuring Academic Success for Cambodian American Youth. - Moses Greeley Parker Lecture Series, September 2006 - MA
  • Sociocultural Predictors of Physical and Mental Health Status among Mexican American Women. - 14th Annual Meeting of the Society for Prevention Research, June 2006 - San Antonio, TX.
  • Interconnections among, and the Importance of, Grant Writing, Collaborative Projects, and Community Partnerships. - Scholarly Research Forum of the Office of Research Administration, February 2006 - Lowell, Massachusetts
  • The A-B-C in Clinical Practice with Southeast Asians: Basic Understanding of Immigration and Resettlement History. - National Symposium on Families, Acculturation, and Resilience: Implications for Mental Health in Asian Americans, November 2005 - Boston, MA.
  • Changes among Host Individuals and Communities in their Adaptation to Immigrants. - 10th Biennial Meeting of the Society for Community Research and Action, June 2005 - Urbana-Champaign, IL.
  • Master's Degree Level Training in Community Psychology. - 10th Biennial Meeting of the Society for Community Research and Action, June 2005 - Urbana-Champaign, IL.
  • Sexual Harassment in Context: Understanding Departmental Influences. - Annual Meeting of Graduate Women in Science, June 2004 - MA
  • Clash of Cultures: The Quality of Parent-Child Relationships in Asian American Families. - 12th Annual Meeting of the Society for Prevention Research, May 2004 - Quebec, Canada.
  • Psychosocial Profiles of Asian Immigrants in Relation to Migration and Resettlement Factors. - Department of Psychology Spring Colloquium Series, April 2004 - Lowell, Massachusetts
  • The Quality of Parent-Child Relationships in Asian American Families. - Research Symposium, Institute for Asian American Studies, November 2003 - Boston, MA
  • The Student-to-Professional Transition: Positives, Challenges, and Tactics - 9th Biennial Conference of the Society for Community Research and Action, June 2003 - New Mexico, MA
  • Clash of Cultures: Asian Immigrant Families in America. - The Salon, a Faculty Colloquium in the Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, April 2003 - Lowell, Massachusetts
  • Sexual Harassment in Context: Understanding Departmental Influences. - Fifth Interdisciplinary Conference on Occupational Stress and Health, March 2003 - Toronto, Canada.
  • Key Issues and Challenges in Research with Asian Immigrant Families, November 2002 - MA
  • Sexual Harassment in Context. - Third International Congress on Women, Work, & Health, June 2002 - Stockholm, Sweden.
  • When Cultures Meet: University Outreach in a Multicultural Community. - Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, March 2002 - Boston, Massachusetts.
  • Acculturation Conflict and Parent-Child Relationships in Asian American Families. - Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, August 1996 - Toronto, Canada.
  • Family Satisfaction in Asian American Families. - Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, August 1995 - New York, NY
  • Mental Health and Quality of Relationships in Vietnamese Immigrant Families. - Annual Meeting of Southeast Asian Studies, 1993 - Seattle, WA.
  • Adolescents' Reasons for Smokeless Tobacco Use. - Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, August 1993 - Toronto, Canada.
  • Children's Perceptions of Smokers and Nonsmokers: A Longitudinal Study. - Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, August 1992 - Washington, DC.
  • Parent-Child Relationships in Vietnamese Immigrant Families. - Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, August 1991 - San Francisco, CA.

Selected Contracts, Fellowships, Grants and Sponsored Research

  • Conference Planning Grant: First Inaugural Convention of AAPI Feminist Psychologists (2018), Grant - Society for the Psychology of Women
    Dinh, K.T. (Co-Principal), Ho, I.K. (Co-Principal)
  • Trauma Assessment Video Training with High-risk Trauma Diverse Clients (2017), Grant - American Psychological Association
    Dinh, K.T. (Co-Principal)
  • Cultural Adjustment and Well-being of Southeast Asian American Youth (2015), Grant - Indochinese Refugee Fund
    Dinh, K.T. (Principal)
  • Understanding Triumphs and Challenges of Immigration and Adaptation: An Innovative Model for Economic and Social Integration Success (2014), Grant - UMass President’s Office 2014 Creative Economy Initiatives Fund
    Dinh, K.T. (Principal), Ho, I.K. (Co-Principal), McCabe, A. (Co-Principal), Sladkova, J. (Co-Principal)
  • Life Experiences of Southeast Asian Youth: Acculturation, Social Influences, and Well-Being (2011), Grant - Research, Scholarship, and Creative Work Seed Grants
    Dinh, K.T. (Principal), McCabe, A. (Co-Principal)
  • Exploring Identity and Family Relationships in Latino and Asian Adolescents and Young Adults through Personal Narratives and Life Stories (2011), Grant - UMass President's Office 2011 Creative Economy Initiatives Fund
  • Contraception among Southeast Asian Americans: An Exploration of Factors and Themes (2010), Grant - Research, Scholarship, and Creative Work Seed Grants
    Ho, I.K. (Principal), Dinh, K.T. (Co-Principal)
  • Recruitment & Retention of Cambodian Americans Majoring in Psychology (2007), Grant - American Psychological Association Grant Award
  • Recruitment and Retention of Cambodian Americans Majoring in Psychology (RRCAMP) (2007), Grant -
    Dinh, K.T. (Principal)
  • University Research (2006), Grant - University Research & Scholarship Council Seed Grant
  • Scholar in the City Award (2006), Grant - Patrick J. Mogan Cultural Center
    Dinh, K.T.
  • (2005), Grant - Council on Diversity and Pluralism Research Grant
    Dinh, K.T. (Principal)
  • National Health Disparities Research Service Award (2004), Grant - National Institutes of Health
  • Professional Development Award (2004), Grant - University of Massachusetts Lowell
    Dinh, K.T.
  • (2003), Grant - Council on Diversity and Pluralism Research Grant
    Dinh, K.T.
  • Diversity (2003), Grant - Council on Diversity and Pluralism Travel Grant
    Dinh, K.T.
  • Institute for Asian American Studies Research Grant (2002), Grant - University of Massachusetts Boston
  • Faculty Contract, Center for Family, Work and Community (2002), Contract - (GEARUP)
    Dinh, K.T.
  • (2002), Grant - Council on Diversity and Pluralism Research Grant
    Dinh, K.T.
  • National Research Service Award (1999), Grant - National Institute of Mental Health