Lynda Brown Wright
Professor of Educational Psychology
Educational, School, and Counseling Psychology
Lynda Brown Wright, Professor, (vita in Word) received her Ph. D. in Counseling Psychology from Texas A & M University in 1991. Her current areas of research interests include multicultural counseling and psychotherapy training models and their effect on the development of cultural sensitivity; psychosocial and familial influences on African American child development; determinants of academic achievement among minority children and youth; and psychosocial correlates of the development of cardiovascular disease risk in children and youth. Dr. Brown Wright currently teaches courses in assessment and multicultural development. She is a NIH Career Development Award recipient. Dr. Brown-Wright was awarded the 2009 American Psychological Association Minority Fellowship Program's Dalmas Taylor Award for her outstanding contributions towards the development of ethnic minority psychologists. Dr. Brown Wright is the Assistant Provost for Faculty Affairs. Full graduate faculty.