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Professor of Psychology
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Richard A. Langford earned his Ph.D. in child clinical/school psychology from the University of Oregon . He is currently a Professor of Psychology at the University of Hawai‘i–West O‘ahu, where he teaches courses in research methods, life span development, educational psychology, and adolescent development. Dr. Langford is currently serving as Chair of the University of Hawai‘i system Institutional Review Board for Human Participants in Research. He has been working in the area of youth depression and suicide in the United States and New Zealand for over 20 years, serving as principle investigator and co-principle investigator on national and international projects on youth depression, suicide, high-risk behaviors, and chronic homelessness; served for 12 years as a Primary School Assistance Program (PSAP) consultant for the Hawai‘i DOE and three years on the Hawaii State Task Force for Suicide Intervention and Prevention.  He is co-author on a series of published assessment instruments that focus on life attitudes. His most recent work has been in the area of youth and adult positive psychology dispositions and life attitudes. Dr. Langford serves on the editorial board for the journals: Psychology in the Schools and School Violence.  His passions beyond campus include surfing, ocean distance swimming, fly fishing, music, and golf.

Ph.D. Clinical Child/ School Psychology (APA/NASP approved)
University of Oregon

Morrison Center for Youth and Family Services/Oregon Health Sciences University Predoctoral Clinical Child Internship (APA approved) Portland, Oregon 

B.A. Psychology
San Diego State University

August 2007 – Present: Professor of Psychology, University of Hawai‘i–West O‘ahu

  • Undergraduate teaching and advising.

July 2006 – July 2007: Professor of Education, University of Redlands, CA

  • Undergraduate teaching; masters and doctoral teaching and training in child and adolescent development, school counseling and educational leadership.

September 2003 – June 2006: Professor of Psychology – Chaminade University

  • Undergraduate teaching and graduate training and advising in school, community, and marriage and family counseling.

September 03 – December 2005: Program Director, Masters and credential program in School Counseling at Chaminade University.

  • Responsibilities:  Provide guidance for the Director of intern placements, supervise interns, classroom instruction, curriculum development, liaison with the Hawai’i Teacher Standards Board (HTSB), wrote program pre-conditionals approval document for HTSB, coordinate student, faculty, and field supervisor meetings, chair community advisory board meetings, write annual program evaluation report, and review student files for credentialing, admissions file review and candidate interviewing, attend state, and national conferences.

September 2002 – September 2003: Co-Principal investigator/Project Director, Department of Defense Safe Schools and Violence Prevention Project. 
Curriculum Research and Development Group, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, Funding Approved: $1.25 million.

  • Project Period: September 2002 – September 2003. Developed instructional materials, training DVD’s and a web-based professional development consultation system. Co-authored monthly articles and newsletters on topics related to school safety and violence prevention e.g., anti-bullying, conflict resolution, hate prevention, substance abuse, suicide and depression, sexual harassment, mental health support, and parent involvement. Identify and subcontract nationally recognized subject area experts. Directed school safety program evaluation, including development and testing. Developed database of research on effective programs and strategies on school safety issues. Hired and supervised project staff.

August 1997 – August 2002: Professor of Psychology, Humboldt State University

  • Undergraduate teaching and academic advising and graduate training in school psychology and school counseling. 

February 2000 – June 2000: Visiting Lecturer (Professional Leave Humboldt State University). Honours Developmental Psychology, Department of Psychology, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.

August 1993 – August 1997: Associate Professor of Psychology (tenured), Humboldt State University

  • Undergraduate teaching and academic advising and graduate training in school psychology and school counseling.  

September 1989 – September 1995: Director - School Psychology and School Counseling Masters Programs, California State University, East Bay. 

  • Responsibilities:  Fieldwork and internship placements and supervision, classroom instruction, curriculum development, liaison with the State Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC), wrote program approval documents for CTC and National Association of School Psychologists (NASP), coordinated student, faculty, and field supervisor meetings, chaired community advisory board meetings, wrote annual program evaluation report, grant writing, and review student files for credentialing, admissions file review and candidate interviewing, attend local, state, and national training meetings.

January 1997 – June 1997: Sabbatical Leave (Humboldt State University). University of Waikato, Department of Psychology, Hamilton, New Zealand.

  • Consulted with graduate students on research related to depression, suicide, and youth violence.  Researcher on the Christchurch Health and Development Longitudinal Assessment of Health and Behavioral Risk Factors inYouth.

September 1989 - July 1992: Director - Psychology Department Training Clinic, Humboldt State University

  • Responsibilities: Budget and policy development and oversight, staff development and administration, coordination of services with faculty, staff, students and local schools and community health and mental agencies, weekly casing of new and ongoing clients, training seminars and workshops, and clinical supervision.

August 1987 – August 1993: Assistant Professor of Psychology, Humboldt State University

  • Undergraduate teaching and academic advising and graduate training in School Psychology, School Counseling, and Counseling Psychology.

University of Hawai‘i–West O‘ahu:

  • Research Methods
  • Life Span Development
  • Educational Psychology
  • Adolescent Development
  • Psychological Testing and Assessment
  • Child Psychopathology
  • Senior Capstone

University of Redlands:

  • Undergraduate Courses:
    • Child Development
    • Educational Psychology
  • Graduate Courses: 
    • Cognitive/Behavioral Assessment with Children and Adolescents
    • Human Life Span Development
    • School Counseling Practicum
    • Quantitative Methods

Chaminade University

  • Undergraduate Courses:
    • Introduction to Psychology
    • Life Span Development
    • Senior Seminar in Psychology
  • Graduate Courses
    • Ethics and Professional Issues in Counseling
    • Abnormal Psychology
    • Child Psychopathology and Treatment
    • School Counseling Practicum and Internship

Humboldt State University: 

  • Undergraduate Courses:
    • Introductory Psychology
    • Child and Adolescent Development
    • Life Span Development
    • History and Systems
    • Developmental Psychopathology
    • Child and Family Therapy
    • Behavior Therapy
    • Developmental Psychology Assessment and Treatment
    • Professional Issues in School Psychology and School Counseling
    • Substance Use and Abuse
    • Group Dynamics, Abnormal, and Personality
  • Graduate courses:
    • Supervised College Teaching
    • Research Methods
    • Graduate Seminars in School Psychology and School Counseling
    • Campus Practicum and Field Placement Supervision
    • Thesis and Project Supervision
    • Group Counseling
    • Interviewing and Counseling Techniques
    • Professional Issues in School Psychology and School Counseling

Selected publications:

Langford, R.A., Ritchie, J., & Ritchie, J. (1998).  Suicidal behavior in a bicultural society: A review of gender and cultural differences in adolescents and young persons of Aotearoa/New Zealand.

Suicide and Life Threatening Behavior, Vol. 28 (1), 94-106.

Langhinrichsen-Rohling, J., Lewinsohn, P.M., Rohde, P., Seeley, J.R., & Langford, R.A. (1998).  Gender differences in suicide-related behaviors of adolescents and young adults.  Sex Roles, Vol. (30), 4, 56-72.

Lewinsohn, P.M., Langhinrichsen-Rohling, J., Langford, R.A., Rohde, P., Seeley, J., & Chapman, J. (1995).  The Life Attitudes Schedule:  A theoretically derived scale to assess adolescent life-enhancing, life-compromising, and suicidal behaviors.  Suicide and Life Threatening Behavior, Vol. 25 (4), 458-474.

Lewinsohn, P.M., Rohde, P., Langhinrichsen-Rohling, J., & Langford, R.A. (2004).  The Life Attitudes Schedule User’s Manual.  Multi-Health Systems Inc., Toronto, Canada.

Lewinsohn, P.M., Langhinrichsen-Rohling, J., Langford, R.A., & Rohde, P.  (2004).  The Life Attitude Schedule (LAS):  A risk assessment for suicidal and life-threatening behaviors.  Multi-Health Systems Inc, Toronto, Canada.

Rohde, P., Lewinsohn, P.M., Langhinrichsen-Rohling, J., & Langford, R.A. (2004).  The Life Attitudes Schedule Short Form  (LASS):  An abbreviated risk assessment for suicidal and life-threatening behaviors. Multi-Health Systems Inc., Toronto, Canada.

Editorial Review Book Chapters and Manuscripts:

  • Textbook Proposal and Final Manuscript Review – Curtis, C. (2016).  Anti-social behavior, from the everyday to the extreme.  Sage Publications, London, England.
  • Chapter Review – Berger, K. (2009) The Developing Person Through Childhood and Adolescence: Biosocial Development (9th ed.), Worth Publishers, New York, NY.
  • Chapter Review – Berger, K. (2009) The Developing Person Through Childhood and Adolescence: Cognitive Development (9th ed.) , Worth Publishers, New York, NY.
  • Chapter Review – Berger, K. (2009) The Developing Person Through Childhood and Adolescence: Psychosocial Development (9th ed.) , Worth Publishers, New York, NY.
  • Chapter Review – American Psychological Association (2009). An Introduction to Cognitive Behavior Therapies.  In Handbook of Behavioral Interventions in Schools, Division 16. American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.
  • Chapters Review – Development Through Life:  A Psychological Approach (8th ed.).  In B.M. Newman and P.R. Newman, Chapters 1-4, Wadsworth Press, (2001).
  • Manuscript Review -  Responding to the Psychological Consequences of Earthquakes and Other Disasters for Children and Youth.  S. Williams & P. Stanley, Special Education Services, Upper Hutt, New Zealand, (2000).
  • Chapter Review:  Biological Foundations" & "Cognitive Development (5th ed.).  In C. Wortman & E. Loftus, Psychology. McGraw-Hill, Inc.. (1995).
  • Manuscript Review - Introduction to Marital and Family Therapy (1st ed.).  Macmillan Publishing Co., (1990).
  • Manuscript Review - Groups - Theory and Experience  (4th ed.). Houghton/Mifflin Publishing Co., (1989).
  • Manuscript Review - The Practice of Family Therapy (1st ed.).  Merrill Publishing Co., (1989).
  • Chapter Review - Behavior disorders of infancy and childhood  (8th ed.).  In J. Coleman, J. Butcher, & B. Carson  Abnormal Psychology and Modern Life.  Scott, Foresman & Co., (1987).

Funded Grants and Research:

  • Co-Principal Investigator. Hale Makana O Nanakuli Resource Center. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Washington, D.C. (AHIAC-09-HI-06). Funding approved: $782,589. Project period: 11/1/09 – 12/30/14.
  • Co-Principal Investigator, Educating the Military Child in Transition and Deployment. Department of Defense, Washington D.C., Educational Opportunities Directorate, Dr. Jean L. Silvernail. Funding approved: $54,000. Project period:  7/1/04 – 11/30/04.
  • Co-Principal investigator/Project Director - Department of Defense Safe Schools and Violence Prevention Project.  Curriculum Research and Development Group, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, Funding Approved: $1.25 million. Project Period: 9/02 – 9/03.
  • Co-Investigator, Christchurch School of Medicine, Christchurch, New Zealand.  The Christchurch Health and Development Longitudinal Study. Assessment at year 21 of youth For life attitudes and risk factor domains for suicidal behavior. Project period: 2/1 – 12/1,1999.
  • Principal Investigator, Final Test-Retest of the Life Attitudes Schedule.  California State University Research, Scholarship, & Creative Activities Project Award and Oregon Research Institute. Funding Approved: $22,900. Project Period: 10/92 - 05/93.
  • Principal Investigator, School Based Coping with Depression Course For Adolescent Women. California State University Research, Scholarship, & Creative Activities Project Award. Funding Approved: $15,850.00. Project Period: 9/15/91 - 6/15/92.
  • Principal Investigator, Propensity for Suicide in Adolescents: Development of the Life Attitudes Schedule. California State University Research, Scholarship, & Creative Activities Project Award and Oregon Research Institute. Funding Approved: $19,850. Project Period: 11/01/88 - 05/30/90.
  • Bank of America Mini-Grant for donation of office furniture to the Psychology Department Clinic. Estimated Value: $18,000. 10/01/89
  • California State University Capital Outlay Grant. Awarded for the remodeling of the Psychology Department Clinic to expand and renovate the present facility for student training and clinical services.  Funding Approved: $210,000.  10/01/88.
  • Principal Investigator, "Evaluation of the Learning Ability Profile Examination," Department of the Navy Funding Grant.  Funding Approved: $182,702. Project Period: 10/01/78 - 08/01/79.
  • Co-Principal Investigator, "The Speed of Information Processing as a Function of the Pre-Exposure Field and Onset Sequence," San Diego State University Research Grant.  Funding Approved: $58,600. Project Period: 09/01/78 - 08/30/79.
  • Principal Investigator, "Evaluation of the Navy Drug and Alcohol Program Guide," Department of the Navy Funding Grant. Funding Approved: $189,388.  Project Period: 06/01/78 - 05/30/79.
  • Principal Investigator, "Evaluation of the Navy Drug and Alcohol Counselor Cross-Training Program," Department of the Navy Funding Grant.  Funding Approved: $192,042. Project Period: 11/01/77 – 09/01/78.

Social Skills vs. Self Monitoring as Treatments for Depressed Conduct Disorder Adolescents.

  • School/Community Consultation:  youth depression, suicide, anger, violence prevention, and school safety
  • Risk Factor Assessment, Intervention and Prevention of Youth Life
  • Threatening Behaviors
  • Positive Psychology, Wellness, and Life Attitudes
  • Civic Engagement and Wellness
  • Clinical and Psychoeducational Assessment of Children
  • Child, Adolescent, and Family Therapy
  • Human Participant Consent process in Research

Refereed Presentations at National and International Conferences:

Langford, R.A., & Smith, D.C.  A cross-cultural comparison of positive psychology dispositions and life attitudes. Paper presented at the American Psychological Association annual conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2013.

Smith, D.C., Langford, R.A., & Hase, C. Positive psychological dispositions and civic engagement among university students. Paper Co-presented at the Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2012.

Langford, R.A., Smith, D.C., & Furlong, M.J.  A cross-cultural comparison of positive psychology dispositions. Paper presented at the National Association of School Psychologists annual conference, San Francisco, California, 2011.

Smith, D.C., Langford, R.A., & Furlong, M.J.  A cross-national comparison of positive psychological dispositions and mental health. Co-presented paper at the Western Psychological Association annual conference, Cancun, Mexico, 2010.

Langford, R.A., Smith, D.C. & Furlong, M.J. A cross-national comparison of positive psychological dispositions and mental health. Invited International symposium, co-presentation at the Western Psychological Association annual conference, Cancun, Mexico, 2010.

Smith, D.C., Lau-Smith, J.A., & Gruenwald, J., &  Langford, R.A.  A cross-cultural comparison of school satisfaction among Japanese, Taiwanese, and American youth.  Co-presented paper at the American Educational Research Association annual conference, San Francisco, California, 2006.

Young, P.R., Gruber, M.B., Villa, E.C., & Langford, R.A.  Life and death attitudes of participants and non-participants of high-risk sports. Co-presented paper at the American Psychological Association annual conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2004.

Langford, R.A., Smith, D.C., Furlong, M.J., & O’Farrell, S.L.  Positive development and school success. Paper presented at the National Association of School Psychologists annual conference, Dallas, Texas, 2004.

Langford, R.A., McVean, A., & Stuart, S.  Correlates of suicide proneness in young persons: Preliminary results of the Christchurch New Zealand Longitudinal Health and Development Study and the Life Attitudes Schedule.  Paper presented at the Western Psychological

Association annual conference, Maui, Hawaii, 2001.

Langford, R.A., Ritchie, J., & Ritchie, J. Suicidal behavior in a bi-cultural society: Gender and cultural differences in adolescents and young persons of Aotearoa New Zealand. Paper presented at the International Conference on Child and Adolescent Mental Health. The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1999.

Langford, R.A.  Suicide intervention and prevention for children and young persons:  The next step.  Paper presented at the Australasian conference on Children’s Rights.  Queensland, Australia, 1997.

Langford, R.A., Lewinsohn, P.M., Langhinrichsen-Rohling, Rohde, P., & Seeley, J.  Two new Instruments for assessing adolescent life-enhancing and life-threatening behaviors:  The life attitudes schedule and the life attitudes interview schedule.  Paper presented at the  National Association of School Psychologists annual conference, Atlanta, Georgia, 1996.

Langford, R.A. & Weiner-Osborn. A cognitive-behavioral group treatment course for depressed adolescent females:  Preliminary results.  Paper presented at the annual conference of the National Association of School Psychologists, Atlanta, Georgia, 1996.

Osborn, A., Langford, R.A., & Foskey, L. Perceptions of parental bonding and parental weight loss encouragement among college students.  Co-presented paper at the annual conference of the

Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, New York City, New York, 1996.

Langford, R.A., Lewinsohn, P.M., Langhinrichsen-Rohling, J., Seeley, J.R., Rohde, P., & Chapman, J.  The Life Attitude Schedule (LAS):  A scale to assess life-shortening and life-extending behaviors in

adolescents.  Paper presented at the annual conference of the National Association of School Psychologists, Seattle, Washington, 1994.

Langford, R.A. & Kammerer, A.  Cognitive-Behavioral group treatment for depressed adolescent females: A model for intervention.  Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Orthopsychiatric Association, San Francisco, California, 1992.

Langford, R. A., Patterson, D., & Burns, S.  Preliminary results of the Life Attitudes Schedule.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Association of School Psychologists annual conference, San Francisco, California, 1990.

Langford, R. A.  Psychoeducational group treatment for adjudicated conduct disorder-depressed adolescents.  Paper presented at the annual conference of the Western Psychological Association, San Francisco, California, 1988.

Langford, R. A.  Social skills vs. self-monitoring as treatments for depressed adolescent delinquents.  Paper presented at the annual conference of the Western Psychological Association, Long Beach,

California, 1987.

Conference Program Reviewer and Special Interest Groups (SIG)

Western Psychological Association, 1993,1994,1995, 2001, 2002, 2007, 2009 – 2018

Western Psychological Association (SIG) - Selection Panel for Teacher of the Year award  2009 – 2017

Western Psychological Association (SIG) – Selection Panel for Scholar of the Year award 2013 - 2017

National Association of School Psychologists, 2008 - 2018

American Psychological Association (Division 16) 2014 - 2018

Selected Invited Conference Presentations, Workshops and Lectures

Invited Keynote Presentation:  Positive Psychology Dispositions and Youth: Promoting an Attitude of Gratitude.  Hawaii School Counselor Association Annual Conference, Honolulu, Hawai’i, February, 2014.

Invited Workshop:  Are you positive?  Promoting positive mental health and school success. Hawaii School Counselor Association Annual Conference, Honolulu, Hawai’i, February, 2011.

Invited Workshop:  Youth Depression and Suicide: Mood swings in the economy. Hawaii School Counselor Association Annual Conference, Honolulu, Hawai’i, February, 2009.

Invited Workshop:  Depression and Anger in Children and Adolescents.  Hawaii School Counselor Association Annual Conference, Honolulu, Hawai’i, February, 2007.

Invited Workshop:  Youth Depression and Suicidal Behavior:  It’s not just Transition Blues.  Hawaii School Counselor Association Annual Conference, Honolulu, Hawai’i, February, 2005.

Invited Workshop:  Conflict Mediation Practices in Schools:  You say you want a resolution? Hawaii School Counselor Association Annual Conference, Honolulu, Hawai’i, February, 2004.

Invited Workshop:  Behavioral Literacy:  Integrating Effective Reading Strategies with Psychological Principles to Promote Literacy and Character Development for School Age Youth.  Hawaii

Association of School Psychologists, Honolulu, Hawai’i, November, 2004.

Invited Workshop:  Conflict Mediation Practices in Schools:  Intervention and Prevention.  Hawaii Lutheran School Teachers Conference, Honolulu, Hawai’i, November, 2004.

Invited Workshop:  Bully Inoculation Practices in Schools.  Hawai’i State Parent, Teacher, Student Association Annual Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, May, 2003.

Invited Workshop:  Youth Depression and Suicide:  Intervention and Prevention. Hawaii School Counselor Association Annual Conference, Honolulu, Hawai’i, February, 2003.

Invited Lecture:  University of Waikato, Department of Psychology, Positive Psychology and Youth Suicide Prevention:  How Optimistic Can We Be?  Hamilton, New Zealand, March 2002.

Invited Lecture:  University of Waikato, Department of Psychology.  Suicidal Behavior in Young Persons of New Zealand.  Hamilton, New Zealand, April, 2001.

Invited Lecture:  University of Waikato, Department of Psychology.  Risk Assessment for Suicidal Behavior in Young Persons.  Hamilton, New Zealand, May, 2001.

Conference Workshop:  Humboldt County Alcohol and Other Drug Programs.  Recognizing Suicidal Behavior in Adolescents and Young Adults.  Eureka, California, May, 2000.

Invited Speaker:   Humboldt County Office of Health and Mental Health and Humboldt State University Counseling Center. Youth Suicide in Humboldt County.  Eureka, California, October, 1998.

Invited Speaker:  Humboldt County Office of Health and Mental Health.  Risk Factors for Suicide Across the Life Span.  Eureka, California, April, 1999.

Workshop:  Intervention and Prevention of Adolescent Depression and Suicide. Northern California Regional Conference for school personnel, Humboldt State University, Arcata, California, January, 1997.

Workshop:  Recognizing and Intervening with Adolescents at Risk for Suicide.  Department of Psychology, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand, August 1996.

Invited Speaker:  The Life Attitudes Schedule:  A Theoretically Derived Scale to Assess Adolescent Life-Enhancing and Life-Threatening Behaviors. Department of Psychology, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand, August, 1996.

Workshop: Recognizing and Intervening with Adolescents at Risk for Suicide.   Tauranga Mental Health, Tauranga, New Zealand, August, 1996.

Workshop:  Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder:  A Seminar for Psychologists and Psychiatrists.  Waikato Hospital, Hamilton, New Zealand, July, 1996.

Workshop: Recognizing and Intervening with Adolescents at Risk for Suicide.  Exhibition Hall, Hamilton Rose Gardens, Hamilton, New Zealand, July, 1996.

Invited Speaker:  Depressive and Manic-Depressive Association of Humboldt County - General Hospital.  Adolescent Depression and Suicide.  Eureka, California, June, 1994.

Invited Process Consultant:  California Foreign Language Project, Humboldt State University.  Workshop on "The Inclusive Classroom” - Student feedback session to instructors of the project.  Arcata,

California, May, 1994.

Invited Speaker:  Youth Service Bureau.  Adolescent Suicide and Depression:  Warning Signs and Symptoms.  Eureka, California, April, 1994.

Invited Speaker:  Parent Education Workshop, Zane Junior High School.  Depression in Adolescents.  Eureka, California, March, 1992.

Conference Workshop: Redwood Area Association for Gifted Education of Humboldt County. Cognitive and psychological development in preschool and early school age gifted children.  Eureka, California, November, 1991.

Conference Workshop:  Redwood Area Association for Gifted Education of Humboldt County. Understanding and Coping with Adolescent Depression and Suicide with the Gifted. Arcata, California, January, 1990.

Recognitions and Awards:

  • Outstanding Faculty Recognition – Chaminade University, Dean of Students, December, 2005.
  • Outstanding Faculty Award – Humboldt State University, Disabled Student Services, 1999.
  • Visiting Scholar Award, Department of Psychology, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand, May 1996 – August 1996.
  • Credentialed School Psychologist and School Counselor – California (1987 – 2002)
  • Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) – Human Participants and Institutional Animal Care and Use (2007 - present)
  •  American School Counseling Association (ASCA)
  • American Psychological Association (APA)
  • APA Division 16 - School Psychology
  • APA Division 53 – Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology
  • Association for Advancement of Cognitive Behavior Therapy (AACBT)
  • Hawaii School Counseling Association (HSCA)
  • Hawaii Association of School Psychologists (HASP)
  • National Association of School Psychologists (NASP)
  • Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research (PRIM & R)
  • Western Psychological Association (WPA)

July 2015 – Present: Chair, University of Hawai‘i System Institutional Review Board Committee on Human Studies

February 2011 – Present: Board Member, University of Hawai‘i System Institutional Review Board Committee on Human Studies

September 2010 –  Present: Psychology Concentration – faculty point of contact as listed in the UH West O‘ahu catalog and website

September 2017 – November 2017: Member, UH West O‘ahu Social Science Division Personnel Committee

August 2016 – April 2017: Member, Psychology Faculty Search Committee

August 2015 – April 2016: Chair, UH West O‘ahu Faculty Search Committee, Division of Psychology

November 2014 – April 2014: Member, UH West O‘ahu, Social Science Division Personnel Committee

September 2013 – May 2015: Board Member, UH West O‘ahu, Teacher Education Advisory Council – Division of Education

December 2012  February 2013 Chair: UH West O‘ahu, Tenure and Promotion Review Committee

October 2012 – December 2012: Member, UH West O‘ahu, Social Science Division Personnel Committee 

October 2011 – December 2011: Chair, UH West O‘ahu, Division Personnel Committee for Education Concentration

August 2010 – February 2011: Member, UH West O‘ahu, Faculty Senate

August 2010 – February 2011: Member, UH West O‘ahu, Academic Affairs and Planning Committee

August 2007 – May 2010: Faculty Supervisor, UH West O‘ahu, undergraduate Psychology Club

August 2007 – May 2010: Faculty Supervisor, UH West O‘ahu, undergraduate Psi Chi National Honor Society for majors in psychology

October 2008 – April 2009: Chair, UH West O‘ahu, Faculty Search Committee, Division of Psychology

September 2007 – May 2009: Member, UH West O‘ahu, University Curriculum Committee