The Kwok Leung Research Award is given to support research conducted by graduate students and young scholars entering the field of cross-cultural psychology.

We are happy to announce the winners of 2019 Kwok Leung Research Award: 

Jorge Barahona-Ramirez & Melissa Arce-Chinchilla, Earth University, Costa Rica

Project Title: Diagnosis of the social and academic performance of indigenous students from 8 Latin-American countries in a multicultural environment.

Daniel Bagheri, University of Kansas, USA, Gesa Solveig Duden, University of Osnabrück, Germany, & Joyce Anna Ottereeyes, Université de Sherbrooke, Canada

Project Title: Indigenous Re-Assertion As Social Therapy: The Chorti Maya Movement, Empowerment and Identity

Our winners will receive $1500 US toward their research project expenses and up to $1500 to attend the next IACCP Congress in Olomouc, in Czech Republic (2020), where they will present their project’s results.

Congratulations!

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