Teaching / Courses

I teach courses on clinical and cultural psychology at Haverford College, and am a core faculty member in the Tri-Co (Haverford, Bryn Mawr, and Swarthmore Colleges) Asian American Studies Program. I was deeply honored to receive the 2019 Chace-Parker Teaching Award at Haverford.

Please read below for more information on my teaching and course syllabi

1) Stress and Coping Seminar (PSYC 337) — Fall 2018 [syllabus]

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Students from Prof Wang’s 2017 Stress and Coping seminar

2) Psychology Practicum Seminar (PSYC 380) — Spring 2019 [syllabus]

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Katie Beach from Prof Wang’s 2018 Psychology Practicum Seminar at our community partner site, Bryn Mawr Terrace

3) Cultural Psychology (PSYC 242) — Spring 2019  [syllabus]

Students in my class participate in a cultural simulation activity that helps them to learn first-hand about a host of cultural psychology concepts — cultural orientations, acculturation processes, stereotyping and discrimination, and ethnic identity development.

4) Asian American Psychology Seminar (PSYC 339) — Spring 2020 [syllabus]

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Professor Wang’s Asian American Psychology class visits the Asian Arts Initiative in Philadelphia Chinatown for the “Beat of Resistance” exhibit.

5) I was the faculty mentor for the 2018 student seminar “Asian/America: A Search for Belonging”. [syllabus]

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Rebecca Chang ’19 and Liana Shallenberg ’19 lead the seminar