Participating Institutions, Core Team Leaders, and Consultants
Eastern Regional Center of Excellence
University of Maryland at College Park—Steven Brauth, PhD
Morgan State University—Pamela Scott-Johnson, PhD
Prince George's Community College—Sonia Bell, MS
Lead Consultant: Asuncion M. Austria, PhD—Cardinal Stritch College
Midwestern Regional Center of Excellence
Chicago State University—Josie McDonald
Truman Community College—Mahesh Gurung, PhD
Lead Consultant: Hector Machabanski, PhD—Illinois Medical Center/Private Practice
Southeastern Regional Center of Excellence
University of Miami—Rod Wellens, PhD
Florida International University—Bennett Schwartz, PhD
Miami-Dade College—Lee Thomas, PhD
Lead Consultant: Allen C. Carter, PhD, Carter and Associates
Northern Plains Regional Center of Excellence
University of South Dakota—Elizabeth Boyd, PhD
Sinte Gleska University—Burdette Clifford
Sisseton-Wahpeton Community College—Harvey DuMarce
Lead Consultant: Dorothy Tucker, PhD, Saybrooke Institute
Western Regional Center of Excellence
University of California, Los Angeles—Hector Myers, PhD
California State University, Dominguez Hills—L. Mark Carrier, PhD
Santa Monica College—Karen Gunn, PhD
Lead Consultant: Nolan E. Penn, PhD—University of California, San Diego
Related Project Resources and Websites
Several of the institutions have developed individual project webpages. The following are links to those sites:
California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) Web site provides information on the CSUDH's APA/NIGMS project.
Florida International University (FIU) developed a Web site to recruit and inform students about the FIU PRIME activities.
Miami Dade Community College, Kendall (MDCC) developed a Web site for the Biomedical/Psychology Project. The site includes information about the NIGMS grant, the application process, lecture series, and the Summer Internship and Psychology Student Association.
The Northern Plains Region'sWeb site provides project information across the region and contains links to all regional institutions.
The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) has a Psychology Research Opportunity Programs or PROPS Web site that includes information on the APA/NIGMS Project.
The University of Miami has a departmental website that features information on the PRIME project and downloadable newsletters through undergraduate research.