Jamie Loran Franco-Zamudio, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Psychology
Spring Hill College
4000 Dauphin St. Quinlan Hall, Room 320
Mobile, Alabama 36608
Summer Online Classes: General Psychology and Personality Theories
Fall Classes: General Psychology, Personality Theories, Research Experience I, and Social Psychology of Social Justice
Intersections of identity, specifically subjective experiences of oppression or discrimination based on race/ethnicity, gender, social class, and sexual orientation.
- Perceptions of person-environment fit and responses to perceptions of lack of fit in academia and organizations.
- Intergroup relations, specifically the development and maintenance of justice-based collaborations.
- Attitudes, attributions, and social persuasion, specifically attitudes and attributions related to prejudice and discrimination.
Current research: Consulting on a National Institutes of General Medical Science Grant in association with University of California Santa Cruz and the Society for the Advancement of Native Americans and Chicanos in the Sciences. Qualitative and quantitative research focused on building science efficacy and leadership, while determining factors affecting retention of underrepresented students.
Coordinator: Spring Hill College Undergraduate Research Symposium
Faculty Co-Chair: Spring Hill College Center for Community Collaboration
View my research blog at http://francozamudio.blogspot.com
Faculty Advisor: PAX, SHC’s Peace and Justice Magazine
Faculty Advisor: PSI CHI
Faculty Advisor: Phi Mu Fraternity, Theta Delta Chapter